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Architecture faculty exhibit work at world famous museum
Yasmine Abbas and DK Osseo-Asare, assistant professors of architecture and engineering design at Penn State, are among the invited artists whose works are on display in the “Africas in Production” exhibition at the ZKM | Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, Germany.
Bose appointed interim associate dean for research, creative activity and graduate studies
Mallika Bose, associate professor of landscape architecture, has been appointed College of Arts and Architecture interim associate dean for research, creative activity and graduate studies, effective Jan. 1, 2019.
Stuckeman School collaborates on new architecture journal
The Penn State Stuckeman School has collaborated with the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University and the Centre for Documentary Architecture at Bauhaus-University, Weimar (Germany) to publish a new journal that celebrates research as the source of architectural imagination.
Stuckeman School mourns the loss of Jawaid Haider
Jawaid Haider, a long-time professor of architecture at Penn State, passed away on Friday, Dec. 7. He was 67 years old.
Penn State designer’s firm up for Young Architects Program
Low Design Office (LOWDO), an architectural design firm co-owned by DK Osseo-Asare, assistant professor of architecture and engineering design, has been named one of five finalists for next year’s 20th annual Young Architects Program.
Students aim to spark unity through design in Southwest Philadelphia community
Penn State landscape architecture students enrolled in the Studio III – Site Design class this fall were presented with a complex assignment right from the start: Design the site for a new 7.5-acre educational facility on the grounds of a National Historic Landmark that will serve not only as an example of design excellence, but also as a catalyst to unite the Southwest Philadelphia community.
Registration for Robert Reed Drawing Workshops open
Registration for the popular Robert Reed Drawing Workshops, which are geared toward design college-level visual art and design students, is open. There is no fee to register.
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