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News Features & Articles
How the online Geodesign program supports working professionals in reaching their goals
How do you encourage a diverse set of stakeholders with competing interests to agree on a design while incorporating their values and priorities?
Stuckeman School professor of architecture asks the question: “Is bigger really better?”
Alexandra Staub, associate professor of architecture at the Penn State Stuckeman School wrote an article for The Conversation in which she analyzed "
Two Stuckeman School faculty members to lead Case Study Investigation (CSI) program
Penn State Stuckeman School faculty members Hong Wu and Lisa DuRussel, RLA, LEED, AP, were selected by the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) to lead teams for the
Q&A with Dan Marriott, featured on PBS episode “10 Streets That Changed America”
Dan Marriott, Penn State alumnus, Stuckeman School assistant teaching professor of landscape architecture, and international expert on historic roads, was an advisor to and is featured in the PBS episode, “10 Streets That Changed Amer
The Stuckeman School Celebrates Five Alumni National Fellowship Investitures
The Penn State Stuckeman School is proud to share five recent awards granted to architecture and landscape architecture alumni.
“Reconstituting the Master Builder: The Architect Enhanced Through Art, Poetry, Science, and Scholarship”
BORLAND PROJECT SPACE / FACULTY RESEARCH SHOWCASE: “Reconstituting the Master Builder: The Architect Enhanced Through A
GreenBuild Community Open House
The GreenBuild Duplex will open it's energy-efficient doors to the community at an open house on May 19 and 20, 2018. The GreenBuild duplex is a pair of affordable, high-performance homes designed after the Penn State student team’s award-winning submission to the 2015 Department of Energy’s Race to Zero competition.
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