Penn State's Stuckeman School houses graduate and undergraduate degree programs in architecture and landscape architecture, as well the undergraduate degree program in graphic design. Each of these programs – including professional and research-focused courses of study – is taught by leaders and designed to produce leaders, and consistently high national rankings and job placement rates attest to the success of our programs and graduates. We invite you to explore this site for more details regarding our programs, people, and priorities.
Designing a city within a city: Portland teams up with Penn State geodesign students for Olympic bid
When a city considers putting together a bid to someday host a future Olympic Games, dozens of entities and stakeholders get involved.
Birkeland's “Landscape as Memorial” studio class sparks innovative projects and discussions
"Landscape as Memorial” provided students with pertinent skills for their futures, stimulated deep conversations and self-reflection, and generated buzz for its innovative final projects, such as a virtual space for adoptees to come together, or a hotel on Mars dedicated to David Bowie.
Graphic Design student team crafts TEDxPSU 2018 logo and branding
Graphic Design students Rob Pitrovich, Turner Blashford, Emily Cheng, and Rachel Tiscione, have created the logo and branding for TEDxPSU 2018 – ‘FACE TO FACE’
Transformered: Three Decades of Machinic Works in the Department of Architecture at Penn State
A new exhibit is in the Rouse Gallery in the Stuckeman Family Building called, "Transformered: Three Decades of Machinic Works in the Department of Architecture at Penn State." It will be up until mid March.
B.Arch alumnus Oldach leverages student project in real-world brewpub design
‘Free beer for life’ as a benefit of a ‘platinum membership’ to a brewery in Georgia is not the typical return one would expect from a degree in Architecture; however, alumnus Ryan Oldach has a story that elucidates this trajectory.
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
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