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Award-winning architect to kick off Lecture and Exhibit Series
Dongsei Kim, an award-winning architect, urbanist and educator, will kick off the Stuckeman School’s 2019-20 Lecture and Exhibit Series on Sept. 25 with a talk on mapping and design projects that use the Korean Demilitarized Zone as a proving ground to rethink the commonly exclusionary nation-state border spaces as inclusionary spaces.
Stuckeman School hosts Bauhaus symposium at Penn State in centennial celebration
More than a dozen international scholars will converge on the arts district at Penn State University Park this month to celebrate the teachings of the Bauhaus and to reflect on the immense impact the famous German art school has had on modern design, art and architecture over the past 100 years.
Architecture faculty member awarded American Academy in Rome fellowship
Christine Gorby, associate professor of architecture at Penn State, has been named a winner of an American Academy in Rome Fellowship in Architecture for 2019-20.
Stuckeman Center for Design Computing to hold Flash Symposium
The Stuckeman Center for Design Computing within the Penn State Stuckeman School will hold its annual Flash Symposium Sept. 23-24 in the Stuckeman Family Building in the hopes of educating attendees on new discoveries in virtual and augmented reality.
Stuckeman School to host environmental entrepreneur Jack Dangermond
Jack Dangermond, founder and president of the world’s leading geographic information system software developer, will visit Penn State on Oct. 2 as part of the Department of Landscape Architecture’s Bracken Lecture Series.
Third-year student earns first place in Corbelletti Competition
Third-year architecture student Karen Fenner walked away with the top prize in the Department of Architecture's 2019 Corbelletti Competition.
Leach named Stuckeman School Professor in Interdisciplinary Design
Andrew Leach, a prolific author and international leader in architectural design, theory and history, has been named the 2019-20 Professor of Interdisciplinary Design by the Stuckeman School.
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