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News Features & Articles
Film on Puerto Rico, energy policy to premiere at Penn State
A film that examines the reasons why Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico in 2017 will premiere at Penn State at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 23, in Foster Auditorium in Pattee Library. The event is co-sponsored by the Hamer Center for Community Design.
Alexandra Staub named to Architectural Research Centers Consortium board
Alexandra Staub, a professor in the Department of Architecture, has been elected to the 2019-20 Architectural Research Centers Consortium board of directors.
Stuckeman student’s design selected for new East Coast Music Hall of Fame Museum
A design by Penn State architecture student Nicholas Fudali has been selected to become the look of the new East Coast Music Hall of Fame Museum in Wildwood, New Jersey.
Strategic plan seed grant supports green stormwater infrastructure research
A proposal that will support the development of a living laboratory for green stormwater infrastructure research, education and innovation at Penn State is among the latest initiatives to receive funding through the University’s Strategic Plan Seed Grant program.
Making – and keeping – the customer happy
Mále Reguero, a 2018 alumna, is applying what she learned as an undergraduate in the Graphic Design program to her current role as a junior designer helping oversee the user interface of Rent the Runway.
Long-time university administrator named interim director of Stuckeman School
Penn State Architecture alumna Patricia Kucker, who has spent the past 27 years in higher education administration, has been named the interim director of the Stuckeman School.
Architecture alum receives lifetime achievement award for historic preservation work
James G. Alexander, senior principal of Finegold Alexander Architects in Boston and a 1965 Architecture alumnus, has been named the recipient of the Massachusetts Historical Commission’s 2019 Individual Lifetime Achievement Award.
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