- Ph.D. (2019) - Design and Planning - The University of Colorado Denver
- M.S. (2011) - Landscape Architecture - The Pennsylvania State University
- B.L.A. (2002) - Landscape Architecture - The Pennsylvania State University
- LARCH 216/321/597: Systems Studio
- LARCH 315/817: Community Design Studio
- LARCH 335/837: Planting Methods
- LARCH 502: Landscape Architecture Theory
- Computationally assessing existing and proposed ground-nesting bee habitat resiliency.
- Evaluating the integration of CWPP and county governance wildfire risk reduction best practices across the American West: A plan quality review.
- Built environment context in on-line learning: applications in ground-based LiDAR and virtual environments.
Honors + Awards
- American Society of Landscape Architecture Student Merit Award, Pennsylvania-Delaware Chapter, Spring 2010
- Graduate Student Creative Achievement Award, The Pennsylvania State University, College of Arts and Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Spring 2010
- Olmsted Scholar, The Pennsylvania State University, Spring 2010
- Penn State Graduate School Poster Exhibition: 2nd Place ($250 Prize), Spring 2010
Exhibitions + Presentations
- Flohr, Travis, Wu Hong, and Nastaran Tebyanian (2019). "Addressing 'The Challenge of Place in Time' with Geodesign: Example of pollinator habitat resiliency.” American Society of Landscape Architects, Pennsylvania/Delaware Chapter Annual Conference, April 12-13. Cranberry Township, PA.
- Flohr, Travis. (2019). “Wildfire risk reduction: evaluating local government’s implementation of wildfire risk reduction best practices in the American West.” Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference, March 6-9, Sacramento, CA.
- Flohr, Travis. (2018). “Flipping a regional design studio: Teaching GIS through an applied studio project in a flipped studio setting.” Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference, March 21-25, 2018, Blacksburg, VA.
- Flohr, Travis (2017). “A path to wildfire resilient landscapes: changing the wildfire risk modeling paradigm.” Environmental Design Research Association, May 31-June 3, 2017, Madison, WI.
- Mainzer, S. P., C. A. Cole, & Travis Flohr. (2019). Deep decarbonization and renewable energy in the Appalachian Mountains (DDREAM): A socio-ecological systems approach to evaluating ecological governance. Journal of Socio-Ecological Practice Research. doi:10.1007/s42532-019-00030-6
- Murtha, Tim, Charles Golden, Ann Cyphers, Alex Klippel, and Travis Flohr. (2018) “Beyond inventory and mapping: LiDAR, landscape, and digital landscape architecture.” Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture. 2018. (3), 249-259. https://doi.org/10.14627/537642027
- Muller, Brian and Travis Flohr. “A Geodesign Approach to Environmental Design Education: Framing the Pedagogy, Evaluating the Results.” Landscape and Urban Planning – Special Issue. 2016. 156: 101-117. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2016.05.010.
- Hagers Crossing - Hagerstown, MD
- Washington County Regional Hospital - Hagerstown, MD
- Shepherd University Center for Contemporary Arts I - Shepherdstown, WV
- Shepherd University Printz and Dunlop Halls - Shepherdstown, WV
- Shepherd University Scarborough Library Plaza - Shepherdstown, WV
- Shepherd University West Campus Athletic Complex and Stormwater Management Upgrades - Shepherdstown, WV
- Shepherd University Wellness Center - Shepherdstown, WV
- Stuckeman Faculty Council - 2019 - Present
- Ecology + Design (E+D) Research Initiative - 2019 - Present
- Undergraduate Curricular Affairs: B.L.A. Assessment - 2018 - Present
- Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference Abstract Reviewer - 2019, 2018, 2016, and 2011
- Chesapeake Bay Trust Technical Grant Review Committee for Watershed Assistance - 2018