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Landscape architecture student brings flamboyant approach to life
Standing tall in the latest fashions from head to toe, Yiwei (Leo) Wang isn’t your average landscape architecture student.
Online geodesign program adds geographic information systems expert to faculty
Robert Stauder, a geographic information systems professional with more than 20 years of experience in geodesign, GIS analysis and GIS in planning, is joining Penn State’s online geodesign graduate program.
Penn State graphic design graduate earns dream job
Recent Penn State graphic design graduate Colleen Wade landed her dream job at Burton Snowboarding Company in Burlington, Vermont.
Landscape designer, urbanist and artist to speak in Stuckeman School series
Sara Zewde, founding principal of Studio Zewde – a design firm practicing at the intersection of landscape design, urbanism and public art, will speak on Nov. 6 as part of the Stuckeman School’s Lecture and Exhibit Series.
SCDC director to serve as keynote speaker at upcoming housing conference
José Duarte, director of the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing at Penn State, will deliver a keynote address at the Zero Energy Mass Customized Housing Conference in Seoul, South Korea, November 26-28.
Architecture professor to speak at African summit on urban challenges and opportunities
DK Osseo-Asare, an assistant professor of architecture and engineering design at Penn State, is a featured speaker at the Futur.e.s in Africa summit in Casablanca, Morocco on Oct. 29. The event is dedicated to the challenges of sustainable and inclusive territories on the African continent, including agriculture, mobility, access to education, water, energy and waste management with respect to urban futures.
Upcoming workshops for Stuckeman School students focus on design robotics
A group of faculty and students in the Department of Architecture is hosting a series of three workshops for Stuckeman School students this semester that are centered on how to program, simulate and control automated robots.
Internationally recognized architecture firm to visit Stuckeman School
Yolande Daniels, co-principal of Studio SUMO – an award-winning architecture firm known for its thoughtful approach to design both in the United States and Japan, will speak on Oct. 30 as part of the Stuckeman School’s Lecture and Exhibit Series.
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