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Xu Captures Merit Award in Tritschler Prize Competition
Guangmao 'Forrest' Xu received a $5,000 prize as a merit award winner in the AIA|DC's Tritschler Prize Competition.
Iulo Named Hamer Center Director
Lisa Iulo, associate professor of architecture, has been named director of the Hamer Center for Community Design for a three-year term, July 2017–June 2020.
Using Geodesign for MLB Stadium Development
The best way for students to learn about geodesign is to apply their learning to real world projects, especially because many of the online students are already in the workforce.
Student design project focuses on Pennsylvania governor’s mansion
In fall 2016, five Penn State architecture and landscape architecture students registered for a small independent study course with a big project — redesigning and updating the cobblestone forecourt at the entrance of the Pennsylvania Governor’s R
Mishra receives travel award in Lyceum Fellowship Competition
Second-year M.Arch. student Ambikesh Mishra has been awarded a 2017 Lyceum Travel Fellowship providing funding for two months of foreign travel and research.
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!
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