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News Features & Articles
Behind the Scenes of LABash 2018 with Kara Swanick
Penn State Landscape Architecture will host the 48th annual student-run LABash conference April 5–7, 2018, We talk with LABash student executive director, Kara Swanick (BLA '19) about planning the event, which brings together students and professionals to celebrate landscape architecture.
New Exhibit in The Rouse Gallery – "NORMCORE: CONFLATION: NORMAL / HARDCORE"
Ken Smith presents: "NORMCORE: CONFLATION: NORMAL / HARDCORE" Exhibit: March 27 - May 21 in the Rouse Gallery. Lecture: Friday April 6, 2018 from 5-6pm
Interview with 2018 Penn State Alumni Achievement Award winner, Jared Edgar McKnight
The Stuckeman School is proud to announce that Jared Edgar McKnight (B.Arch '11) is among this year's Penn State Alumni Association Achievement Award winners. McKnight, holds majors in architecture and international studies, and minors in architectural history, and French and francophone studies.
Architecture's Material Matters Research Cluster Connects at a Global Level
MM faculty members James Kalsbeek and Marcus Shaffer, as well as Ph.D. candidate Julio Diarte and MS in Arch student Lizz Andrzejewski have each had presentations accepted for WASCON '18 in Finland.
Conservation and Diversity: Lives, Languages, and Land in the Balance. Researching and Studying Abroad with ERS Chair Larry Gorenflo
“Linguists reckon we lose a language every two to three weeks. Species extinction rates are about 1,000 times higher than they were before people showed up. None of that is good news.”
Students achieve personal, professional growth through study abroad in Tanzania
Andrew Patterson, a geography major, never thought he would be able to study abroad.
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.
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