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.
Danielle Mitchell Elected AIAS President
Fifth-year Penn State architecture student Danielle Mitchell was elected president of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) at the organization's national meeting over the New Year holid
Foster a featured speaker at the 2015 Geodesign Summit
Stuckeman School Director Kelleann Foster is delivering a featured talk titled, "A Massive, Open, Global Engagement with Geodesign" at the 2015 Geodesign Summit in R
Henderson instrumental in City Walk study
The Providence (Rhode Island) Foundation and the Jewelry District Association have released the CITY WALK project report outlining goals, urban connections, programming, and strategies by landscape architecture professor
Stuckeman Faculty and Students to Present at 2015 DLA Conference in Germany
The Digital Landscape Architecture | DLA 2015 Conference has accepted full paper proposals from a number of Stuckeman School representatives.
Lindberg selected as speaker for TEDxPSU 2015
TEDxPSU 2015 has selected Penn State’s Stuckeman School Chair of Design Innovation and Professor of Architecture Darla Lindberg as one of the speakers for the Sunday, March 1, 2015 exposition of ideas.
2015 'Design Intelligence' delivers rave reviews of Penn State architecture and landscape architecture programs
The Stuckeman School's Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture continue to place as leading programs in Design Intelligence magazine's annual nationwide rankings.
Landscape Architecture Student Work on Display In Stuckeman Family Building Studios
On a two-story red wall in the middle of the second-floor studios in the Stuckeman Family Building hang an exhibition of landscape architecture student models from the spring semester.
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