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News Features & Articles
SEED completes container library for the African Library Project
In 2009, a small group of architecture students came together with two goals: to establish a student group focused on sustainable design and to contribute in a meaningful way to the
Counts Studio Design Selected as Finalist in World War I Memorial Design Competition
“Heroes’ Green,” a design by two of Penn State’s landscape architecture faculty – Christopher Counts and Maria Debije Counts of Counts Studio – has been selected as one of five finalists for the World War I Memorial Design Competition sponsored by the U.S. World War I Centennial Commission.
Wertman Named College of Arts and Architecture Student Marshal
Integrated Bachelor of Architecture/Master of Architecture student Aaron Wertman has been named the student marshal for the Penn State College of Arts and Architecture for summer 2015.
Stuckeman Family Building named to worldwide top 15
Architectural Digest magazine selects the University Park building as one of the top copper-clad structures in the world
Penn State and Coursera Reprise Geodesign MOOC
Penn State and Coursera are again offering the free online course "Geodesign: Change Your World." This Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) is now open for registration (visit coursera.org/c
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.
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