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Willis Named Stuckeman Professor of Advanced Design Studies
Veteran professor discusses sustainability, urbanism, and moving fast and slow in design and life
English wheels and robots: MS.Arch student Vazquez explores novel metal-forming process at Zahner
Elena Vazquez, Penn State architecture graduate student and Paraguayan Fulbright scholar, had exactly ten weeks to combine a 19th-century metal-forming machine and a cutting-edge 6-axis CNC robot, as well as write the computational design software
New SSUDS Program Focuses Design Community on Reimagining Issues of Urban Sustainability and Living
The Stuckeman School is unveiling a new program called Stuckeman Sustainable Urban Density Studios (SSUDS), which will commence in spring 2018.
Internationally renowned cartoonist Paul Karasik joins Graphic Design program
Paul Karasik, an internationally recognized and awarded cartoonist, scholar, and educator, has joined Penn State's Graphic Design program as a visiting Professor of Practice.
Flying down to Rio – students use digital technology to explore design solutions for Brazilian favela
As the world’s population grows, so does the problem of affordable housing. The Stuckeman School's "Rio Studio" blended virtual reality technology and remote site visits with on-site student and community engagement in Brazil.
Nazarian and Duarte Lead Penn State Team to Second-Place Finish in NASA 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge
An interdisciplinary Penn State team led by Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture faculty members Shadi Nazarian and José Duarte earned second place and a $150,000 prize in NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge.
Ruescas' concept chosen for University’s ‘All In’ commemorative piece
"All In" design by Juan Ruescas selected to encourage dialogue, celebrate diversity, and create a permanent representation of Penn State’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
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