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 '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.
Penn State Larch Alumnus Reid Fellenbaum Receives 2014 ASLA Award of Excellence
Penn State landscape architecture graduate Reid Fellenbaum (‘09, BLA) has been named 2014 ASLA Award of Excellence recipient in the Analysis and Planning category for his project “Meridian of Fertility.” In revi
Estrich Recipient of First Goshow Sustainable Building Design Award
Hannah Estrich, a fifth-year student in Penn State’s Bachelor of Architecture program, is the first recipient of the Nancy Aber Goshow (’68 B.S.) and F. Eric Goshow (’68 B.Arch.) Sustainable Building Design Award, established in spring 2014.
Architecture Student Entrepreneurs Get a Boost for Their Projects Thanks to New Leaf Initiative and Lion Launchpad
Two Penn State architecture students were part of winning teams selected for a New Leaf-Lion Launchpad (NL3) co-working membership for fall 2014, which gives them access to office space and the opportunity to co
Wines lectures in London and Paris
James Wines, professor of architecture, will be delivering lectures in London and Paris.
Henderson and L + A to install permanent garden in the Lynch Courtyard at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Ron Henderson and L+A Landscape Architecture will work with the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum to install the Lynch Courtyard "Garden of 99 Trees" as a permanent garden.
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