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.
2015 Undergraduate Excellence Award Winners
The Stuckeman School is home to an incredibly talented body of students, many of whom have received special awards for scholarship and service.
Stuckeman Students and Faculty Head Abroad for Summer Study Courses
Learning doesn't have to slow down in the summertime. In fact, many Stuckeman students are taking the opportunity to participate in summer-session courses around the globe.
2015 Kossman Design Thesis Reviews
The Architecture Department hosted the annual Kossman Design Thesis Reviews May 1-3, 2015.
Graphic design students give Jared Box Project a facelift
The goal of the Jared Box Project is to uplift the spirits of children in the hospital.
Trio of competition wins for Stuckeman students
Alexis Arra, a second-year graphic design student, has been awarded the 2015 Gentner Verlag Special Prize by the international jury of the “Water is Life” International Student Poster Design Competition.
LArch fifth-year Madl wins second prize in Penn State Libraries research competition
Andrew Madl (fifth-year LArch) earned second prize in Penn State Libraries' Annual Library Award for Undergraduate Research on Sustainability
Team of Arch/AE students wins two excellence awards at 2015 Department of Energy Race to Zero competition
Penn State’s H4: Heritage Homes Team and its design concept “Heritage Homes: High Performance Living in Harmony with Community” strongly impressed the judges of the
Connecting first-year Larch class with landscape art installation
On Friday, April 24, 2015, a group of third-year landscape architecture students created a rapid installation outside of University Park's Kern building with the specific aim of interrogating the nature of art, landscape, and social interaction.
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