- Ph.D. in Landscape Architecture – University of Oregon (2014)
- M.L.A. – Tsinghua University, Beijing (2007)
- B.Arch. – Tsinghua University, Beijing (2005)
- LARCH 311/321/530 - Landscape Systems Studio & Seminar
- LARCH 231/235 – Design Implementation: Grading
- LARCH 431 – Design Implementation: Stormwater Management
- Urban Hydrology
- Green Stormwater Infrastructure
- Watershed Planning and Management
- Landscape Performance Evaluation
- Alternative Futures Research
- Sustainable Urban Design
- Climate Change Adaptation Planning & Design
- Brownfield Remediation
Honors + Awards
- Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) Case Study Investigation (CSI) Research Fellow, 2017.
- Honor Award, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Professional Awards, Analysis and Planning Category, 2012.
- Presidential Award, the 8th International Federation of Landscape Architecture Asian Pacific Region (IFLA APR) Award, Landscape Design Category, 2011.
- Second Prize, Torsanlorenzo International Prize in Section A - Landscape Design in Transformation of the Territory, 2009.
Exhibitions + Presentations
- Wu, H. 2016, June. Protect stream ecosystem health with integrated stormwater management in the context of urbanization and climate change. International Low Impact Development conference, Beijing, China.
- Wu, H., Y. Zou, L. Liu, and S. Jiang, 2016, June. Designing rain gardens in north China: lessons learned from pilot projects. International Low Impact Development conference, Beijing, China.
- Lenth, J., C. Hinman, and H. Wu, 2016, June. A statewide Low Impact Development training and certificate program for Washington State, USA and the potential for its adaptation in China. International Low Impact Development conference, Beijing, China.
- Lenth, J., W. Lucas, D. Ahearn, Y. Yang, and H. Wu, 2016, June. Lesson learned from stormwater management in the United States. Full-day pre-conference workshop at the 2016 International Low Impact Development conference, Beijing, China.
- Zheng, L., H. Wu, and R. Henderson, 2016, March. The evolution of recreational spaces in early modern Shanghai (1843-1949). Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
- Han, Y., L. Zhang, H. Wu, and J. Hu, 2011, January. A wetland park planning directed by bird habitat requirements – case study of the core area planning of Lotus Lake National Wetland Park in Tieling, China. International Federation of Landscape Architects Asia-Pacific Regional Congress, Bangkok, Thailand.
- Han, Y., L. Zhang, H. Wu, and J. Hu, 2011, March. The role of research in landscape planning and design - case study of the Lotus Lake National Wetland Park in Tieling, China. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
- Wu, H., J. Bolte, D. Hulse, and B. Johnson. 2015. A scenario-based approach to integrating flow-ecology research with watershed development planning. Landscape and Urban Planning 144, 74-89. DOI:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2015.08.012 (Cover story).
- Wu, H. and B. Johnson. Simulating the interactive impacts of urbanization and climate change on streamflow regimes in the southern Willamette Valley, Oregon U.S.A. Landscape and Urban Planning, (under review).
- Wu, X. 2012. Walking in the wormwood (1444p.), edited by H. Wu. Shanghai Literature & Art Publishing House, Shanghai, China.
- Maul Foster Alongi, 2013. Think big – Zidell cleanup (52p.). Translated into Chinese by N. Zhao, H. Wu, and D. Wei. Portland, OR.
- Lotus Lake National Wetland Park, Tieling, Liaoning, China
- Urban People + Space Rain Garden, Beijing, China
- Dianchi Dounan Wetland Park Planning and Design, Kunming, Yunnan, China
- Tianjing Lake Landscape Planning and Design, Tongling, Anhui, China
- SALA Career Day Organizing Committee (2016)
- SALA Lectures and Exhibitions Planning Committee (2016)