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News Features & Articles
Alumnus-led creative firm named 2018 Clio Agency of the Year
MOCEAN LA, a leading independent marketing and creative advertising agency headed by Penn State alumnus Michael McIntyre, was named Agency of the Year at the 2018 Clio Entertainment Awards, held earlier this month in Los Angeles.
Staub weighs in on effects of Amazon's H2Q locations and gentrification
Alexandra Staub, associate professor of architecture, was recently published by The Conversation for her take on Amazon’s choice of cities for its two new locations.
Penn State to participate in centennial celebration of influential German art school
Architects, academics and artists from around the world are participating in hundreds of events in the coming months to celebrate the centenary of what is considered the most influential modernist art school of the 20th century, the Bauhaus School.
Experienced branding designer named head of Penn State Graphic Design
Phil Choo, professor and coordinator of the M.F.A. in graphic design in the Department of Art, Graphic Design and Art History at Oklahoma State University, has been appointed the head of the Penn State Graphic Design program, effective January 2019, after a national search.
Landscape architecture and architecture programs remain among nation’s best
The Penn State programs in landscape architecture and architecture within the Stuckeman School again rank as two of the best in the nation, according to the latest Design Intelligence rankings.
Graphic design student participates on award-winning LionPlanner team
For eight months, a seven-person team of undergraduate students, including Graphic Design sophomore Christina Warren, worked to develop technology that could help students find a more efficient academic path to graduation – and in September that work paid off.
Landscape architecture student wins NOMA Student of the Year Award
Anjelyque Easley, a fourth-year landscape architecture student from Philadelphia, was named the recipient of the prestigious Student Member of the Year Award at the 46th Annual National Organization of Minority Architects Conference in Chicago.
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