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Xuening (Robyn) Wang

Council of Student Sustainability Leaders


Graduate School of Design, ’25

Robyn is a second-year Master of Landscape Architecture student at Harvard Graduate School of Design. She is interested in translating the language of landscape and remediating the hidden narrative of land. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Engineering with a focus on Environmental Design. Interested in the local expression of landscapes in relation to Climate Change, she has engaged in various research and practice projects on reviving neglected historic and ecological resources, high-altitude landscapes in the Eastern Himalayas, indigenous landscapes, and carbon sequestration.

Robyn has worked with various organizations and stakeholders, including Buffalo Bayou Partnership, Canton Fair, Sikkim herders, etc. She believes landscape architects’ role is to empower and imagine equitable alternatives, opening doors for fusing social and ecological concerns with landscape approaches.