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News Features & Articles
Exploration of the landscapes of Utah
A summary of exploration by Hannah Gomez, a fifth-year landscape architecture student who was named the recipient of the 2018 Veronica Burns Lucas Travel Award in Landscape Architecture.
Bringing the spirit of a legendary artist and educator to a new generation
The unique teaching methods and studio culture created by the late artist and educator Robert Reed inspired thousands of students during his 50 years in higher education. One of his former students, who is now a faculty member in the Stuckeman School’s Department of Architecture, was so moved by Reed’s passion and approach to teaching, she has set out to share his life, his work and his pedagogy with a whole new generation of students.
Graphic Design program adds new faculty member
Huiwon Lim, previously a lecturer in the Department of Graphic Design at Iowa State University, will join the faculty of the Graphic Design program within the Stuckeman School as an assistant professor.
Penn State-led Global Building Network at forefront of building performance
A large-scale interdisciplinary effort led by Penn State, called the Global Building Network, is underway to create high-performance buildings, which are buildings capable of achieving net-zero carbon-based energy usage while increasing occupant performance and reducing health risks. The Stuckeman School's Hamer Center for Community Design is among those contributing to the efforts.
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.
(Geo)Designing solutions for the future of Yellowstone
Penn State World Campus graduate students in the Rural/Regional Geodesign Challenges studio course were asked to apply their knowledge to help develop a large-scale recovery, restoration and sustainability plan for one the most iconic and revered sites in the United States, Yellowstone National Park.
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