Dan Nadenicek is a professor and the Constance Knowles Draper chair of Landscape Architecture in the College of Environment and Design at the University of Georgia (UGA) and president of the Board of Directors of the Library of American Landscape History (LALH). Prior to coming to UGA, he served as chair of Clemson University's Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture, Community Revitalization director of Clemson's Restoration Institute, and director of the Center for Studies in Landscape History at Penn State.
His research has resulted in 58 peer-reviewed papers at professional conferences in the United States, France, Italy, China, Germany, and Canada and 46 peer-reviewed book chapters and articles in Landscape and Urban Planning, Landscape Journal, the Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium series, and other venues. He was coeditor of Landscape Journal from summer 2013 to June 2017 and is currently a member of the UGA Press Advisory Council.
Nadenicek has taught landscape architectural history, graduate seminars, and design studios at four separate universities. He has advised more than 50 graduate students at those institutions. Some of his studio projects have been published in books and journals including From the Studio to the Streets: Service Learning in Planning and Architecture and the 30/60/90 Architectural Journal.
Nadenicek edits an LALH book series titled Critical Perspectives in the History of Environmental Design and is currently under contract with LALH in partnership with the University of Georgia Press for a book titled Cultivating American Civilization: Frederick Billings and Nineteenth-Century Landscape Improvement.