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News Features & Articles
The Stuckeman School Celebrates Four Alumni National Fellowship Investitures
The Penn State Stuckeman School is proud to share four recent awards granted to architecture and landscape architecture alumni.
“Reconstituting the Master Builder: The Architect Enhanced Through Art, Poetry, Science, and Scholarship”
BORLAND PROJECT SPACE / FACULTY RESEARCH SHOWCASE: “Reconstituting the Master Builder: The Architect Enhanced Through A
GreenBuild Community Open House
The GreenBuild Duplex will open it's energy-efficient doors to the community at an open house on May 19 and 20, 2018. The GreenBuild duplex is a pair of affordable, high-performance homes designed after the Penn State student team’s award-winning submission to the 2015 Department of Energy’s Race to Zero competition.
Art and Design Around the World with Adelynn Rabold
What do you do when you are passionate about architecture, art history, dance, and graphic design (oh, and traveling)? If you're Adelynn Rabold, you do it all.
Landscape Architecture Students Excel at 2018 Undergraduate Research Awards
Logan Staley, 4th year BLA, along with his teammate from Eberly College of Science, was awarded the top prize in this year's record-breaking Undergraduate Research Exhibition that welcomed a 50% increase in submissions from across Pen
Study abroad program aims to examine Copenhagen’s bicycle culture
Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, Dr. Mallika Bose, is currently co-leading the inaugural offering of "Biking Culture and Urban Design" in Copenhagen.
Adam Cohn, VP of Global Brand Design at Converse, Art Directs Junior GD Studio
It is not every day that undergraduate students get projects and in-person critiques from a global brand leader, but that’s exactly what happened in the third-year “Applied Communications” Graphic Design class.
You have heard of the Film Follies. But what are they?!
Graphic Design's annual student-run film festival – Film Follies – has always been "irreverent and sassy, riding the line between funny and provocative." Graphic Design seniors Mále Reguero and Colleen Witkowski describe the workings behind this “mysterious event" started 47 years ago by Lanny Sommese.
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