We celebrate the work and accomplishments of the architects and landscape architects who comprise the Stuckeman School. Though not all of them are mentioned herein, they are making tremendous contributions to their fields through their pedagogy, designs, awards, presentations, and publications.
The following list is a sampling of just a few of their accomplishments during the last few years.
HONORS AND AWARDS
Aeschbacher, Peter. 2009–2010 Penn State’s inaugural Scholar-in-Residence for Public Scholarship. 2008 National Education Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.
Baird, C. Timothy. 2008 Richard W. Trott Distinguished Visiting Professorship at the Knowlton School of Architecture of Ohio State University. With Landworks Studio: Macallen Building: 2010 American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Pennsylvania/ Delaware Chapter Merit Award; 2009 ASLA Honor Award; 2009 Boston Society of Landscape Architects Merit Award; 2009 Green Roofs for Healthy Cities Award of Excellence; 2009 Boston Society of Architects (BSA) Honor Award; 2008 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Housing Award; 2008 AIA Committee on the Environment Top 10 Green Project. Blackstone Power Plant Renovation: 2009 BSLA Merit Award; 2008 AIA New England Merit Award; 2007 BSA Honor Award for Sustainable Design. 200 5th Avenue: 2010 AIA New York Merit Award.
Bowns, Caru. 2009–2010 Hamer Center for Community Design Faculty Fellowship. 2010 Penn State Public Scholarship Fellow. 2010 ASLA (American Society of Landscape Architects, Pennsylvania/ Delaware Chapter) Honor Award for Student Collaboration: Sunbury, PA Community Master Plan. 2010 Pennsylvania APA (American Planning Association) Student Community Planning Award for Sunbury, PA Community-Informed Design Studies. 2008 Penn State Rock Ethics Institute Fellow.
Celento, david and Del Harrow (Ceramics, Penn State School of Visual Arts). 2008, CeramiSKIN: a three-month residency at the European Ceramic Work Centre, The Netherlands.
Costanzo, Denise. 2010–2011 Astorino Fellowship, School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Penn State.
Echols, Stuart. 2007 Outstanding Teaching Award, College of Arts and Architecture, Penn State.
Foster, Kelleann. Becoming a Landscape Architect: 2010 President’s Award of Excellence, American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Pennsylvania/Delaware Chapter; The State College Borough Design Guide: 2009 Merit Award, ASLA, Pennsylvania/ Delaware Chapter; “PennSCAPEs” CD-ROM: 2004 Special Recognition Award, ASLA, Pennsylvania/Delaware Chapter.
Haider, Jawaid. 2007–2010, Expert Reviewer, Fulbright Senior Scholar Program for Architecture and Planning.
Iulo, lisa, Geoffrey Brownson and Allen Kimmel. 2009 Faculty Advisers, Natural Fusion: Penn State entry in U.S. Department of Energy National Renewable Energy Laboratory International Solar Decathlon.
Iulo, Lisa and Scott Wing. 2007 Faculty Advisers, Morning Star: Penn State entry in U.S. Department of Energy National Renewable Energy Laboratory International Solar Decathlon. Fourth place in international competition.
Kalsbeek, James with Renee Kredell, Penn State School of Theatre. 2007–2008 Astorino Fellowship, School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Penn State; 2005 University Teaching Fellow, Penn State.
Kesler, Gary. 2007 President’s Medal, American Society of Landscape Architects.
Lacoe, Jodi. 2008 New Faculty Teaching Award, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and American Institute of Architecture Students.
Kunze, Don. 2008 Nadine Carter Russell Visiting Fellowship, Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture, Louisiana State University.
Lindberg, Darla V. 2010 Outstanding Teaching Award, College of Arts and Architecture, Penn State.
Orland, Brian. “Most Admired Educators of 2010,” DesignIntelligence; Honorary Scientist, Rural Development Administration, the Republic of Korea.
Poerschke, Ute. 2009, fifth prize in national design competition for student housing in Augsburg, Germany. Published in Wettbewerbe aktuell. 2008, runner-up in European-wide competition for enlargement of the Veitsburg (youth hostel) in Ravensburg, Germany. Published in Wettbewerbe aktuell.
Staub, Alexandra. 2008 Resident Scholar, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, Penn State.
Tarantino, Ann. 2008 Artist Residency by Ragdale Foundation; 2007 Artist Residency by Soaring Gardens; 2007 Artist Residency by Vermont Studio Center.
Willis, Dan. 2010 Dr. James Robinson Equal Opportunity Award, Penn State.
Wines, James. 2011 “Premio di Architettura ANCE,” presented to an international architect by Associazione Nazionale Construttori Edili (National Association of Builders in Italy). 2008 New World Plaza International Public Space Competition (Urban Forest), First Award, Beijing, China; 2004 Fulbright Distinguished Professor Fellowship, University of Toronto.
Wing, Scott. 2007 Excellence in Honors Advising Award, Penn State.
ARTICLES AND PUBLICATIONS
Baird, C. Timothy and Bonj Szczygiel. 2007. Sociology of Professions: The Evolution of Landscape Architecture in the United States. Landscape Review 12(1): 3–25.
Bose, Mallika. 2007. Women’s Home-Centered Work in India: The Gendered Politics of Space. International Development Planning Review, 29(3): 271–298.
Bose, Mallika, Eliza Pennypacker and Thomas Yahner. 2006. Enhancing Critical Thinking Through “Independent Design Decision-Making” in the Studio, Open House International 31(3): 33–42.
Bowns, Caru. 2007. The Atelié Acaia: Implementing Community Solidarity and Youth Empowerment in São Paulo, Brazil. Children Youth and Environment Journal. 17(2).
Silva Pescatori, Carolina and Caru Bowns. 2008. Transporte e Equidade: Ampliando o Conceito de Sustentabilidade Pelo Estudo de Caso de Brasilia. Cadernos Metrópole. 19: 293-317. São Paulo: EDUC.
Bowns, Caru and C. Candido da Silva. 2011. Community Practice, The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and Civil Society Measures in Brazil. Archnet: IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research 5:2
Bowns, Caru. 2011. Advancing Transdisciplinary Action Research (TDAR) in rural Pennsylvania: The case for plural design in the Susquehanna River towns. Landscape Journal 30:1.
Celento, David. 2007. Innovate or Perish. Harvard Design Magazine, spring/summer: 70–81.
Cole, C. Andrew, Christopher Cirmo, Denice Wardrop, Robert Brooks, and Jessica Peterson-Smith. 2008. Transferability of an HGM Wetland Classification Scheme to a Longitudinal Gradient of the Central Appalachian Mountains: Initial Hydrological Results. Wetlands 28:439–449.
Cole, C. Andrew, and Dan Sonntag. 2008. Determining the Feasibility and Cost of an Ecologically Based Wetland Design for a Mitigation Wetland in Central Pennsylvania. Landscape and Urban Planning 87:10–21.
Cole, C. Andrew. 2006. HGM and Wetland Functional Assessment: Six Degrees of Separation from the Data? Ecological Indicators 6:485–493.
Cooper, James. 2008. Two Drawings by Michelangelo for an Early Design of the Palazzo dei Conservatori. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, pp. 178–203.
Echols, Stuart and Eliza Pennypacker. 2008. From Stormwater Management to Artful Rainwater Design. Landscape Journal, 28(2): 268–290.
Echols, Stuart. 2008. Split-Flow Theory: Stormwater Design to Emulate Natural Landscapes. Landscape and Urban Planning. 85(3–4), 205–214.
Haider, Jawaid. 2008. Inclusive Design: Planning Public Urban Spaces for Children. Municipal Engineer 160, (ME2):83–88.
Haider, Jawaid. 2007. Environmental Design Perspectives on Intergenerational Programs and Practices: An Emergent Conceptual Framework. Journal of Intergenerational Relations, pp.88–110.
Johnson, Timothy. 2007. Lessons from the Studio (part 1): Using SketchUp as a Design and Visualization Tool. Landscape Architecture Magazine.
Johnson, Timothy and David Goldberg. 2008. Lessons from the Studio (part 2): Building Site Models. Landscape Architecture Magazine.
Hamilton, Nathan J., Blazan Mijatovic, Tom G. Mueller, Brian D. Lee, Barry W. Kew, Haluk Cetin, Tasios Karathanasis. 2009. Google Earth Dissemination of Soil Survey-Derived Interpretations for Land Use Planning. Journal of Extension. 47 (5).
Kew, Barry W. and Brian Lee. 2008. A Workshop about Land-Use Decision-Making in the Context of Community/Societal Values. Journal of Extension. 46 (5).
Muramoto, Katsuhiko, Michael Jemtrud, Sonali Kumar, Bimal Balakrishnan, and Danielle Wiley. 2008. Emerging Technologies in a Collaborative Design Studio between The Pennsylvania State University and Carleton University. Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITcon) 13: 660-673, www.itcon. org/2008/41
Muramoto, Katsuhiko, Michael Jemtrud, Sonali Kumar, Bimal Balakrishnan, and Danielle Wiley. 2009. A Cyber-Enabled Collaborative Design Studio. International Journal of Architectural Computing, 7 (2): 267-288.
Pawar, Sourabh R., John M. Cimbala, Eileen F. Wheeler, and Darla V. Lindberg. 2007, May. Analysis of Poultry House Ventilation Using Computational Fluid Dynamics. Transactions of the ASAE.
Pawar, Sourabh R., John M. Cimbala, Eileen F. Wheeler, and Darla V. Lindberg. 2010. Contaminant Dispersion Within and Around Poultry Houses Using Computational Fluid Dynamics. INTECH.
Lindberg, Darla V., Gina De Leon and David Mosemann. 2008. Institutional Design: The Welfare of Border-Situated Cities as a Practical Objective. True Urbanism: Designing the Healthy City: 46th International Making Cities Livable Conference, Santa Fe, N.M.
Orland, Brian. 2008. Information for Design: Interacting Environmental Systems in Space and Time. In Spatial Concepts in GIS and Design, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Pihlak, Madis. 2010. Review of Google SketchUp for Site Design: A Guide to Modeling Site Plans, Terrain, and Architecture, by Daniel Tal. In Landscape Architecture Magazine, 100(1): 104–105.
Pihlak, Madis. 2010. Review of Design Information Technology (IT) Summit at Harvard Graduate School of Design with University of Virginia School of Architecture. February 29–March 1, 2008. In Landscape Journal, pp. 94–95.
Pihlak, Madis. 2009. Review of Computer Graphics for Landscape Architects, by Ashley Calabria and Jose Buitrago. In Landscape Architecture Magazine, 99(4): 119–120.
Shaffer, Marcus. 2009. The Machines of Cosmic Spectacle: Le Courbusier’s Unrealized Roof Mechanisms for L’Assembly at Chandigarh and the Church of Saint-Peierre de Firminy-Vert. In Le Corbusier: Architecture, Urbanism, Theory, eds. Tony Rizzuto and Chris Welty. Atlanta: Southern Polytechnic State University.
Shaffer, Marcus. 2009. Mobile, Immediate, and Adaptable (for the People): Three Attributes of Tectonic Machines in the New Mechanical Age. Proceedings of the Fall 2009 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Regional Conference, Chang[e] ing Identities: Design, Culture, and Technology.
Staub, Alexandra. 2009. Reaching Out and Reining In: Four Proposals for Planning Community. In Leadership in Architectural Research: Between Academia and the Profession, eds. H. Rashed- Ali and S. Roff. Proceedings of the Architectural Research Centers Consortium/European Association for Architectural Education. San Antonio, TX.
Staub, Alexandra. 2007. Transparency in Postwar West German Architecture: A Symbol of Democracy or of Continuing Class Tensions?, In Emerging Research and Design, eds. K. Wingert- Playdon and H. Neuckermans, Architectural Research Centers Consortium. 184–195.
Willis, Dan and Todd Woodward. 2006. On Technology: Diminishing Difficulty—Mass Customization and the Digital Production of Architecture. Harvard Design Magazine. 71-83.
Willis, Dan, Tim Simpson, Sandeep Purao, Russell Barton, and Samuel Hunter. 2009. Mapping Design Domains, Bridging Design Cultures. ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, 131(8): 080201-02
Aeschbacher, Peter and Michael Ross. 2008. "Claiming Public Space: The Case for Proactive, Democratic Design." In Expanding Architecture: Design As Activism, eds. B. Bell and K. Wakeford, 84–91. New York: Metropolis Books.
Bose, Mallika. 2007. "Design Studio: A Site for Critical Inquiry." In Design Studio Pedagogy: Horizons for the Future, eds. A. Salama, and N. Wilkinson, 131–141. Newcastle-upon Tyne, United Kingdom: The Urban International Press.
Francis, Mark and Caru Bowns. 2006. "Research-Based Design of an Urban Wildlife Preserve." In Inquiry by Design, ed. J. Zeisel, 183-190. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Bowns, Caru. 2006–2009. Community-Informed Design Studies and Reports for Danville, Sunbury, and Selinsgrove, PA. Hamer Center for Community Design, Penn State.
Costanzo, Denise. 2010. "The Medici McMansion?" In Reviving the Italian Renaissance: Popular Culture + Icons + Significant Anachronisms, ed. D. Medina Lasansky. Pittsburgh: Periscope.
Costanzo, Denise. 2012 (forthcoming). "Tours, Trips, and Foreign Study." In Schooling the Architect: Two Centuries of Architecture Education in North America, ed. J. Ockman. Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Centennial publication.
Echols, Stuart. 2006. "Stormwater Hydrology" In Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards, ed. L. Hopper, 371–373. New York: John Wiley and Sons.
Echols, Stuart. 2006. "Stormwater Quantity Control" In Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards, ed. L. Hopper, 379–383. New York: John Wiley and Sons.
Foster, Kelleann. 2009. Becoming a Landscape Architect: A Guide to Careers in Design. New York: John Wiley and Sons.
Foster, Kelleann and Scott Brown. 2007. Pennsylvania Residential Site Development Standards. Pennsylvania Housing Research Center and the Hamer Center for Community Design, Penn State.
Foster, Kelleann, Zoe Boniface, Lara Kauffman, and Kevin Gombotz. 2008. State College Borough Design Guide. State College, Pennsylvania Design Review Board.
Cincotta, Richard and Larry Gorenflo. 2010. Eds., Human Population: The Demography and Geography of Homo sapiens and their Implications for Biodiversity. Berlin: Springer.
Gorenflo, Larry and William Sanders. 2007. Archaeological Settlement Pattern Data from the Cuautitlan, Temascalapa, and Teotihuacan Regions, Mexico. Papers in Anthropology (30), Department of Anthropology, Penn State.
Gorenflo, Larry and William Sanders. 2007. Pre-Hispanic Settlement Patterns in the Cuautitlan Region, Mexico. Papers in Anthropology (29), Department of Anthropology, Penn State.
Kesler, Gary. 2009. "Florence Bell Robinson" In Shaping the American Landscape, eds. C. A. Birnbaum and S. Bell. The Cultural Landscape Foundation. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.
Kesler, Gary. 2008. Cultivating Breadth: 100 Years of Landscape Architecture at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Murtha, Timothy. 2009. Land and Labor, Classic Maya Terraced Agriculture: An Investigation of the Settlement Ecology and Intensive Agricultural Landscape of Caracol, Belize. Berlin: VDM Verlag.
Webster, David, Timothy Murtha, Jay Silverstein, Horacio Martinez, and Kirk Straight. 2008. "Political Ecology of the Tikal Earthworks: A Maya Altepetl Boundary?" In Urbanism in Mesoamerica, eds. A. G. Mustache, R. H. Cobean, A. G. Cook, and K. Hirth, 349–376. Mexico City and University Park: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia/Penn State.
Orland, Brian and Cenk Ursavas. 2007. "Visualizing Forest Bio- Physical Characteristics in the Context of Studies of Perceived Fire Hazard." In The Public and Wildland Fire Management: Social Science Findings for Managers, ed. S. McCaffrey, 187–196. General Technical Report NRS-1. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
Orland, Brian. 2005. “Calibrating Images to Accurately Depict Future Conditions." In Visualization in Landscape and Environmental Planning, eds. I. Bishop and E. Lange, 104–111. London: Taylor and Francis.
Poerschke, Ute. 2007. "Über architektonische Struktur (Architectural Structure)." In Von der Stadt zum Haus: Eine Entwurfslehre (From the City to the House: A Design Theory), eds. D. Eberle and P. Simmendinger, 82–95. Zürich: GTA Verlag.
Rusnak, Cecilia. 2007. Discovering the Landscape Narrative: The Kuks-Betlem Cultural Heritage Landscape. Silva Tarouca Landscape Research Institute, Pruhonice, Czech Republic.
Staub, Alexandra. 2009. Einmal im Leben: Rooting the “Little Man” to Conservative Values in Postwar West Germany. In After Fascism: Society, Political Culture, and Democratization in Europe since 1945, eds. M. Berg and M. Mesner, 153–157. Berlin: LIT-Verlag Münster.
Szczygiel, Bonj, Lorraine Dowler and Josephine Carubia. 2005. Co-editors, Gender and Landscapes: Renegotiating Morality and Space.
Szczygiel, Bonj and Mallika Bose. 2006. Editors, Proceedings of Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) annual conference.
Tamminga, Kenneth. 2008. "Restoring Biodiversity in the Urbanizing Region." In Reader in Canadian Planning: Linking Theory and Practice, ed. J. Grant, 243–251. Toronto: Thomson Nelson.
Tamminga, Kenneth. 2007. "Changing Nature: Towards a Civic Culture of Urban Ecosystems Regeneration" In Águas Urbanas: uma Contribuição para a Regeneração Ambiental como Campo Disciplinar Integrado, eds. V. Tângari, M. Bahia Schlee, R. Andrade, and M. Dias, 147–161. Rio de Janeiro: Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.
Wines, James with Mario Pisani. 2006. SITE: Architecture and Public Spaces from 1970 to 2006. Italy: Collane.
Wines, James. 2005. SITE: Identity in Density–architecture, public spaces, interiors, and product designs of SITE from 1969 to 2004. Foreword by Tom Wolfe, essays by Michael McDonough and Michael Crosbie. Sydney: Images.
Baird, C. Timothy. 2009. With Landworks Studio: Macallen Building, condominium building in South Boston. In Sketch Landscape, ed. Catherine Collin, 370–377. Loft Publications.
Baird, C. Timothy. 2007. With Landworks Studio: Blackstone Power Plant Renovation, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. In Liat Margolis and Alexander Robinson, “Stormwater Garden,” Living Systems: Innovative Materials and Technologies for Landscape Architecture, 64–67. Boston: Birkhauser.
Iulo, Lisa. 2006. With Office for Planning and Architecture (OPA), Harrisburg: Green Affordable Housing at Petersburg Commons, Duncannon, Pa. EnergyStar and Enterprise Foundation “Green Communities” certified.
Pennypacker, Eliza, Stuart Echols, Timothy Joice, Kevin Jensen. 2009–2010. Artful rainwater approaches to stormwater management at the Sporting Hill Elementary School in Camp Hill, Pa. Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay.
Willis, Dan. 2009. Spruce Creek vacation house. 7,000-square foot house, development of a 44-acre site, and renovation/restoration of an historic farmhouse. Spruce Creek, Pa.
Wines, James. 2008. GWA Cheon Social Club, Ji-Ahn/Form Architecture and GS Construction, Gwacheon, Seoul, South Korea.
Wines, James. 2008. Ranger SpA Shanghai Headquarters, Commercial and Industrial Complex, Jiading, Shanghai, China.
Wines, James. 2006. Fondazione Pietro Rossini Sculpture Farm and Visitors Pavilion, Cap d’Ail, France.
FUNDED RESEARCH AND PROJECTS
Burkholder, Sean. 2009. The Role of Landscape within the American Shrinking City. College of Arts and Architecture Research Grant, $8,500.
Celento, David and Dan Willis (Co-Investigators with Penn State Center for Research in Design and Innovation). 2009. Workshops on Interdisciplinary Graduate Design. National Science Foundation, $160,000. Participants: University of Michigan, Northwestern University, and Stanford University.
Cole, C. Andrew (Principal Investigator), Paola Ferreri, Margaret Brittingham, Christopher Cirmo, Barry Evans, Larry Gorenflo, Margot Kaye, Daniel Nadenicek, Brian Orland, Scott Sheeder, Kenneth Tamminga, and Caleb Tzilkowski. 2009. Assessment of Natural Resource Conditions at Three National Parks in the Northeast Region: Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Sites, Saratoga National Historic Park, and Morristown National Historic Park. National Park Service, $124,950.
Cole, C. Andrew. 2004. Wetland Monitoring and Assessment Project: Natural Wetlands of the Bald Eagle Ridge and Valley. Penn Future, $108,000.
Haider, Jawaid (Principal Investigator) with Peter Aeschbacher and Mallika Bose (Co-PIs). 2008–2010. Planning and Design Strategies for Healthy Living, Parks, and Recreation in Pottstown Area. Pottstown Area Health and Wellness Foundation, $235,161.
Johnson, Timothy with Peter Aeschbacher, James Cooper, and Loukas Kalisper is. 2009. High Tech – High Touch: Exploring the Use of Multi-Touch Surface Computing for Design Critiques, Collaboration, and Communication. Stuckeman Center for Design Computing, $15,800.
Lindberg, Darla V. (Principal Investigator), Rachel Smith, Tim Reluga, Mary Poss, and Jill Findeis. 2009–2011. Examining Policy Resistance and Infectious Disease Spread within Dynamic Network Conditions at the U.S./Mexico Border. National Institutes of Health, $396,857.
Kalsbeek, James. 2005. Reclamation of Building Material from the Engineering Units and Establishment of a Building Material Reclamation Program and Facility. Raymond A. Bowers Endowment.
Kalsbeek, James with Jodi La Coe, Brad Guy, Michael Rios, Brian Bell, and Sergio Palleroni. 2007. Rebuilding after Katrina. Hamer Center for Community Design.
Kalsbeek, James with Renee Kredell and Dan Robinson, Penn State School of Theatre. 2008. The Theatrical City: A Special Interdisciplinary Program in Italy for Graduate Students from Theatre and Architecture.
Korostoff, Neil and Selcuk Sayan. 2009. Akdeniz University (Turkey) Botanical Garden Ecological and Archaeological Reserve. College of Arts and Architecture and Department of Landscape Architecture.
Korostoff, Neil and Lisa Iulo. 2010. Energy-Efficient and Environmentally Sustainable Design. U.S. Green Building Council LEED Workshop and ASLA Sustainable Sites Guidelines and Benchmarks workshops. Stuckeman Endowment for Collaborative Design Research.
Murtha, Timothy and James Wood (Co-Principal Investigators), Pat Johnson and Stephen Matthews. 2005–2010. HSD: Spatiotemporal Dimensions of Population Change in the Northern Orkney Islands from about 1735 to 2000. The National Science Foundation, $520,000.
Murtha, Timothy and David Webster (Co-Principal Investigators). 2005–2007. Re-evaluation of the Earthworks at Tikal, Guatemala, Phase 2. The National Science Foundation, $172,494.
McMurry, Sally, Principal Investigator; Cecilia Rusnak, Co-Investigator. 2004–2005. Historical Agricultural Context for Pennsylvania. PennDOT and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, $100,000.
Orland, Brian and Larry Gorenflo. 2010. Habitat, Hunger, Health—Human and Biodiversity Needs Where Parks and People Meet: Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Tanzania. Private foundation support.
Orland, Brian, Co-Principal Investigator. 2010-2011. Penn State University Marcellus Shale Initiative: Environmental and psychosocial risk regulators of stress in time and context. Penn State. Private foundation support,$65,881.
Orland, Brian, Investigator. 2011-2016. Greater Philadelphia Regional Innovation Cluster for Energy Efficient Buildings: Interaction of Building Environmental Factors and Human Health. Penn State. United States Department of Energy, $129 million.
Orland, Brian, Principal Investigator. 2010-2011. An iPad -based Augmented Reality Tool for Design, Planning and Research in Environmental Change. Penn State. Penn State University Stuckeman Fund for Collaborative Design Research, $14,758.
Poerschke, Ute. 2010. Environmentally Conscious Architecture and Historical Preservation: The Republic of Cyprus Presidential Palace. Cyprus Institute, Nicosia, Cyprus, $11,692.
Shaffer, Marcus. 2008–2009. Architecture Machines in Service of the Miracle. College of Arts and Architecture Faculty Research Grant, $8,505.
Shaffer, Marcus. 2008–2009. Architecture Machines: Addressing Spontaneous Urbanization and Cultural Accommodation in Internally Displaced Communities. Hamer Center Faculty Research Grant, $2,000.
Tschakert, Petra, Kenneth Tamminga, Robert Crane, Esther Prins, and Christopher Hoadley. 2009–2011. Anticipatory Learning for Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience. National Science Foundation, Human and Social Dynamics Program, $750,000.
Wing, Scott. 2007. Grant in support of Solar Decathlon house. Department of Energy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, $100,000.
PRESENTATIONS AND EXHIBITIONS
Baird, C. Timothy. 2007. Herbert Bayer and the Art of Reclamation. Keynote address at the twenty-fifth anniversary celebration of Herbert Bayer’s internationally renowned Mill Creek Canyon Earthworks in Kent, Wash.
Bose, Mallika. 2007. Exploring the Role of Physical Activity in the Lives of Female Public Housing Residents in Harrisburg, Pa. Fourth Annual Active Living Research Conference, Coronado, Calif.
Bowns, Caru. 2009. The Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and Civil Society Measures to Improve Informal Settlements in Urban Brazil. Latin American Studies Association, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Bowns, Caru. 2011. CDC: Community Design Collaborative Exhibition: Leverage: Strengthening Neighborhoods through Design. Accepted project: Leveraging Participation for Small Town Revitalization: Danville, PA CBD Master Plan and Design Studies. Philadelphia, Pa.
Burkholder, Sean. 2007. Exhibition: Influence + Imposition, Cleveland Public Art.
Burkholder, Sean. 2007. Consoli-Scape: Mixed-Use Streetscapes in a Shrinking City. Green and Growing Symposium, Buffalo, N.Y.
Celento, David. 2009. Exhibition: Dutch Design. Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Celento, David. 2008. Workshop on developable surfaces using laser-cutting techniques. Izmir School of Economics, Turkey.
Costanzo, Denise. 2009. Rome, Philadelphians, and the Architectural Revival of the Postwar American Academy. Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia Chapter, Architectural Archives of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
Costanzo, Denise. 2007. The American Academy Renewed: Rome, Modernism, and U.S. Architects, 1947–1950. 2007 Dissertation Colloquium, Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture, Columbia University, New York, N.Y.
Gorenflo, Larry, Susanne Romaine, Russell A. Mittermeier, Kristen Walker, and Cristina Mittermeier. 2008. Linguistic Diversity in the High Biodiversity Hotspots and Wilderness. American Museum of Natural History Symposium—Sustaining Cultural and Biological Diversity in a Rapidly Changing World: Lessons for Global Policy, and National Geographic Society Enduring Voices Symposium— Global Mapping for Languages, Cultures, and Biodiversity, Washington, D.C.
Gorenflo, Larry. 2008. Linking Conservation and Development: Implications for Human Health and Biodiversity. COHAB2008 Second International Conference on Health and Biodiversity, Galway, Ireland.
Haider, Jawaid. 2006. Learning and Play in Science Centers. Ecsite Conference, Michelen, Belgium.
Holland, Robert. 2009. Building Information Modeling at Penn State: Interdisciplinary (Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Architectural Engineering) BIM Design Studio. EcoBuild America Conference, Washington, D.C.
Iulo, Lisa. 2009. Living with Sustainable Energy in a Global Society. GreenBuild 2009: The U.S. Green Building Council International Conference, Phoenix, Ariz.
Iulo, Lisa with Ute Poerschke and Malcom Woolen. 2009. Symposium organizers: Environmentally Conscious Design: Educating Future Architects, Penn State.
Johnson, Timothy and David Goldberg. 2007. The Landscape Architect’s Digital Toolbox. 2007 ASLA Annual Meeting and Expo, San Francisco, Calif.
Johnson, Timothy and David Goldberg. 2009. Traditional Drawing— Digitally Remastered. 2009 ASLA Annual Meeting and Expo, Chicago, Ill.
Kew, Barry. 2009. Faculty adviser and mentor: LABASH 2009 National Student Conference.
Korostoff, Neil. 2009. Western Pennsylvania: The Landscape Legacy of Coal. Internationale Bauausstellung (IBA) International Conference—Opportunity: Post-Mining Landscapes, Grossraechen, Germany.
Kunze, Don. 2009. The Uncanny Mirror. Charles Gordon Memorial Lecture, Carleton University, Ottawa.
La Coe, Jodi. 2007. “dis–joint.” Arquitectum International Infinite Strip Competition, www.arquitectum.com,
La Coe, Jodi. 2009. Is It Edible? Collage as Reuse. Paper presented at the National Conference of the Beginning Design Student, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La.
La Coe, Jodi. 2010. Projections: A Few Curiosities of Truth and Fiction at Play in Galileo’s Speculations on the Nature of the Lunar Surface. Constructing Imagination: Word & Image and the “Matter” of Architectural Scholarship, Virginia Tech: Washington Alexandria Architectural Center.
La Coe, Jodi. 2008. Trick Me* You Fool. Paper presented at the National Conference of the Beginning Design Student, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Ga.
Murtha, Timothy, James Wood, Pat Johnson, and Stephen Matthews. 2009. The Spatial Dimensions of Population Growth and Decline: Using GIS and Remote Sensing to Understand Landscape and Demographic History in Orkney, Scotland. International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, Marrakech, Morocco.
Orland, Brian. 2008. Keynote: A Crisis in Numbers? LeNOTRE- Mundus Network of European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools (ECLAS), Brussels, Belgium.
Orland, Brian. 2009. Symposium Keynote: Approaches for Assessing and Managing Rural Amenity Value. Rural Development Administration, the Republic of Korea, Seoul, South Korea.
Pennypacker, Eliza and Stuart Echols. 2008. Artful Rainwater Design: Creative Strategies to Transform Stormwater Management to Rainwater Amenity. ASLA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia.
Poerschke, Ute, Lisa Iulo and Loukas Kalisperis. 2010. Energy and Environmental Simulation in the Design Studio. ACSA Annual Meeting, RE•Building, at Tulane University, New Orleans.
Rusnak, Cecilia and Ann Tarantino (curators). 2011 Exhibition: Re-collections and Re-visions. Vysehrad Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic.
Rusnak, Cecilia and Nicole Stern. 2007. The Cesky Raj and Highway R35: A Landscape- Planning Approach. Ministry of Environment (Prague); Council of Regional Governments (Prague); general public (Turnov); planning professionals (Hradec Kralove); planning professionals and the public (Liberec). Sponsored by the Ministry of Environment, Czech Republic.
Rusnak, Cecilia. 2005. Historic Preservation, Politics, and the Landscape: A Tale of Two Highways. Cesky Raj Podkrkonosi (symposium on the Cesky Raj region), Lazne Sedmihorky, Czech Republic.
Shaffer, Marcus and Tom Geismar. 2004–2008. Exhibition design: The Star-Spangled Banner: The Flag that Inspired the National Anthem. Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill (SOM) and The Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of American History, Washington, D.C.
Staub, Alexandra. 2009. Speaker and panelist at the international symposium, The Transformation of Arab and Central Asian Cities. Brandenburg Technical University, Cottbus, Germany.
Tamminga, Kenneth. 2008. The Mountain Project: Towards Adaptive Learning Communities for Himalayan Sustainability. Focus the Nation: Global Warming Solutions for America, Penn State.
Tamminga, Kenneth, Kevin Thompson and Barbara Bird (co- curators). 2007. The Negotiated View Film Festival. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture annual conference, Penn State.
Tarantino, Ann and Kate McGraw. 2009. Workbook: Collaborative exhibition of wall drawing and video installation. Flashpoint, Washington, D.C. Cultural Development Corporation, and The Pink Line Project, Washington, D.C.
Wines, James. 2009. Paper City: Urban Utopias. Special edition for Blue Print magazine. Royal Academy of Arts/Architecture Space, London, United Kingdom.
Wines, James. 2009. In Situ: Architecture and Landscape—BEST Products Forest and Terrarium Showrooms. Museum of Modern Art/Robert B. Menschel Gallery, New York.
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