Sara Prybutok is a first-year student in Texas A&M University’s Master of Urban Planning program with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from TAMU as well. She comes from Hunan, China until moving to Denton, Texas, where she has lived since. Her passion for the environment, fascination with human interaction, and love of art have directed her to pursue degrees in both landscape architecture and urban planning. She is interested in integrating planning into ecology, hazard mitigation, and sustainable designs. Sara enjoys traveling, baking, and hiking as well as experimenting with different art mediums and styles.
What’s your favorite type of community engagement activity?
Workshop and charrettes are my favorite because I get to collaborate with community members while hearing their opinion and stories on the topic.
If you could work on a project anywhere in the world where would it be?
The project would be in Hunan, China. It would be amazing to re-establish a connection to the land and people over there since I haven’t been back since I was a child
If you had a superpower to make a bigger impact on communities/ cities/ or environments what superpower would you have?
It would be the power to see past events of places because acknowledging the history of communities, cities, and environments is so important to planning and design.