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.
Diarte and Rodriguez take first place awards in Penn State Graduate Research Exhibition
Julio Diarte and Angelica Rodriguez – both Architecture graduate students – each garnered first place awards in Penn State's 32nd Annual Graduate Research Exhibition
Natalie Hetu Named One of AIAS Imagine: Top 60-at-60
Congratulations to Natalie Hetu, one of this year's fifth year B.Arch students, for being selected among the American Institute of Architecture Students' (AIAS) finalists for the AIAS Imagine: Top 60-at-60!
Design Intelligence 2017 Ranks Penn State Landscape Architecture #2 and Architecture #20
The Stuckeman School's Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture continue to place as leading programs in Design Intelligence magazine's annual nationwide rankings.
Tamminga named a Penn State Distinguished Professor
Department of Landscape Architecture professor Ken Tamminga has been named to Penn State's 2017 list of Distinguished Professors at Penn State.
Helping through design: Peter Lusch takes graphic design skills to Sierra Leone
Peter Lusch, assistant professor of graphic design, visited Sierra Leone with the Humanitarian Engineering Social Entrepreneurship (HESE) Program, where they helped illiterate farmers learn to build and maintain greenhouses and grow produce via diagrams on a tablet.
Nazarian's 'seamless architecture' technology recognized by Invent Penn State
Shadi Nazarian's 'Seamless Ceramic–Glass Architectural Joints" is innovative seamless/transitioning interface between various materials. The technology as been named 1 of 40 'disruptive' innovations by Invent Penn State.
Graphic Design: new minor plus curriculum revisions create global opportunities
The Graphic Design program is pleased to announce curriculum updates that bolster such established program strengths as creative problem-solving and design thinking, while better preparing students for design careers in the modern, global marketplace.
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