For the second year in a row, William Hartman, Assistant Professor of Architecture, has won an Honorable Mention in the HALS Challenge, an annual competition sponsored by the National Park Service. The Historic American Landscape Survey (HALS) was created in 2000 as a federal program to document historic landscapes in the United States and its territories. This documentation is critical to preserving these significant sites for the benefit of future generations. These written and graphic records are preserved in the Library of Congress where they remain accessible to the public. William’s submittal to the 2015 Challenge is entitled Documenting Modernist Landscapes, surveyed Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden in Dallas, Texas.