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News Features & Articles
Stuckeman students, faculty earn 16 awards in Graphis international design competition
Thirteen graphic design students in the Stuckeman School, along with three faculty members, earned a total of 16 awards in the 2020 Graphis New Talent Annual Award competition, which showcases the best student advertising and design work produced in the past year.
A message to our International Students
A message to Stuckeman School International Students based on the latest University updates surrounding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Architecture professor’s firm named one of Domus magazine’s 50 best in 2020
Low Design Office, an architecture and integrative design studio that was cofounded by DK Osseo-Asare, assistant professor of architecture and engineering design at Penn State, has been named to Domus magazine’s 50 Best Architecture Firms in 2020 list.
Stuckeman School statement on COVID-19 outbreak
Stuckeman School statement on University's shift of operations due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Architecture alumni named to AIA College of Fellows
David Schrader and Jason Smith, both alumni of the Architecture program within the Stuckeman School at Penn State, were named to The American Institute of Architects College of Fellows in recognition of their work and contributions to architecture and society.
Stuckeman School professor to be featured in major MoMA exhibition
Felecia Davis, who has gained widespread recognition for her work designing lightweight textiles that change properties in response to their environment, is one of 10 architects, designers and artists that will be featured in an upcoming Museum of Modern Art show examining contemporary architecture in the context of how systemic racism has fostered violent histories of discrimination and injustice in the United States.
Graphic design students shine in AIGA national competition
Seven designs by Stuckeman School graphic design students were selected for the 2019 AIGA Blue Ridge Flux Student Design Competition with one project receiving an additional honorable mention nod.
Architecture professor to participate in design lecture series and workshop
Felecia Davis, assistant professor of architecture and director of the Computational Textiles Lab in the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing, has been invited to participate in the upcoming Design Matters Lecture Series and Workshop at the University of Calgary.
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