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Architecture professor’s Robert Reed Drawing Workshops draw praise from Yale
The Robert Reed Drawing Workshops that were organized last spring by Cathy Braasch, assistant professor of architecture, at Penn State and in New York City earned praise from the Yale Alumni Association with a 2019 Board of Governance Excellence Award.
Architecture alumna named PHFA housing policy research fellow
Architecture alumna Rachel Fawcett has been named the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency’s inaugural housing policy fellow.
Stuckeman School to host international Italian Imprints symposium at Penn State
Nearly 20 international scholars will come together at the Stuckeman Family Building in January to discuss how historians and scholars have processed Italy’s sustained importance for architecture and its history over the 20th century.
Architecture doctoral candidate named John Roe Sustainability Awardee
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Julio Diarte, a doctoral candidate in architecture at Penn State, has been named a recipient of a John Roe Sustainability Award by the Sustainability Institute at Penn State.
Graphic design student uses UX expertise to excel inside the classroom and out
Graphic design student Christie Warren has put what she has learned about user experience (UX) design in the classroom to use as a member of the winning Nittany AI Challenge team the past two years.
Stuckeman School student projects earn regional ASLA awards
Two student projects submitted by the Department of Landscape Architecture at Penn State were recently recognized by the Pennsylvania-Delaware chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects through its 2019 Student Awards Program.
Architecture faculty’s work, processes highlighted in Stuckeman School exhibit
“On/Of Paper: Work by the Faculty of Architecture at Penn State” suggests where and how drawing and paperwork – in the broadest sense of the terms – are essential in an architect’s practice.
Engineering design firm gifts $50K to architecture and architectural engineering
Citing a desire for a collaborative curriculum across departments, Philadelphia-based engineering design firm EwingCole recently committed $25,000 to each of the Departments of Architecture and Architectural Engineering at Penn State.
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