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Landscape architect Margolis to visit Stuckeman School
Liat Margolis, director of the Master of Landscape Architecture program and assistant dean of research at the University of Toronto’s John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design, will speak about interdisciplinary design at 6 p.m on March 27 as part of the Stuckeman School’s Lecture and Exhibit Series. The lecture will be held in the Stuckeman Family Building Jury Space.
Stuckeman School to host acclaimed architect Brad Cloepfil on March 28 (rescheduled)
The Stuckeman School is proud to host Brad Cloepfil – architect, educator and founding principal of Allied Works Architecture – as part of its Lecture and Exhibition Series at 6 p.m. on March 28 in the Stuckeman Family Building Jury Space. His talk was originally scheduled for Feb. 20 but was postponed due to the campus closure (due to snow).
Architecture graduate student selected for prestigious women’s shadowing program
Madhubala Ayyamperumal, a Penn State graduate student who is pursuing degrees in architecture and architectural engineering, was selected from a pool of more than 200 applicants from across the globe to attend Skidmore, Owings and Merrill’s Women’s Initiative Shadowing Program in Chicago earlier this semester.
Davis named Carey Memorial Early Career Professor in the Arts
Felecia Davis, assistant professor in the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing in Penn State’s Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, has been appointed the second recipient of the College of Arts and Architecture’s Agnes Scollins Carey Memorial Early Career Professorship in the Arts.
Stuckeman alumni work together at renowned design firm in New York, Part 1
Matt McMahon, a 2004 Penn State alumnus with degrees in landscape architecture and biology, has built a strong career on a deep-rooted passion for post-industrial sites. This is the first installment of a two-part series on Stuckeman alumni that are now at the New York office of Snøhetta, an international architecture, landscape architecture, interior design and brand design office.
Stuckeman-led team earns seed grant to develop solutions to river flooding in Pennsylvania
Lisa Iulo, associate professor of architecture and director of the Hamer Center for Community Design in the Stuckeman School, is the lead researcher on an interdisciplinary team that has received funding from Penn State to develop community-based solutions to river flooding in the state of Pennsylvania under the University’s strategic plan seed grant program.
Stuckeman School welcomes luxury invitation designer Ceci Johnson to Penn State
Ceci Johnson, who has been widely recognized as the founder of “couture invitation design,” will be on campus next week as part of the Stuckeman School’s Lecture and Exhibition Series. Her talk will be held Wednesday, March 20 at 6 p.m. in the Stuckeman Family Building Jury Space.
Duarte coedits new book on customization and design
José Duarte, Stuckeman Chair in Design Innovation and director of the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing, has coedited a new book about the effect that non-designers, who have access to mass customization tools – such as parametric modelers, digital fabrication tools and 3D printers, have on the design process, particularly in the field of architecture.
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