Washington, D.C.-based architect and designer Paola Moya will deliver a lecture titled, "Pursuing Your Dreams and Inspiring Positive Change through Architecture," on Wednesday evening in the Stuckeman Family Building Jury Space. The lecture, co-sponsored by NOMAS, UPAC, and the Stuckeman School, is free and open to the public.
Penn State Graphic Design program alumnus Chipp Kidd (B.A., 1986) donated his archives to the University Libraries last year, and highlights of that substantial gift are now featured in the exhibit "Everything Not Made By Nature is Design" housed in the Eberly Family Special Collections Library until April 24, 2015.
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Kelleann Foster, director of the Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture and associate dean for the College of Arts and Architecture, was interviewed by Directions Magazine, an online magazine that specializes in geospatial technology coverage. Foster delivered an update to the expanding field of geodesign education, particularly pertaining to her dedication as lead faculty for Penn State’s geodesign graduate programs.
Timothy Baird, professor of landscape architecture, has two finalist submissions vying for a spot among 26 winners of the Knight Cities Challenge. These two proposals, developed through two of Baird’s design studios, are amoung 126 that have advanced from an original pool of over 7,000.