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News Features & Articles
Graphic design student’s entry among top 50 in international packaging contest
Graphic design senior Jeff Buterbaugh had his design selected as one of the top 50 out of entries from more than 65 countries in the international Model Young Package 2019 competition.
Stuckeman School participates in Textile Intersections conference in London
As part of a project developed for an architecture elective course on responsive fiber composites, two recent landscape architecture graduates and their instructor traveled to London in September to display their work at the Textile Intersections conference.
Two College of Arts and Architecture graduate students awarded AAUW fellowships
Epiphany Loux, who is pursuing her master of architecture with a focus on sustainability, is one of two College of Arts and Architecture graduate students awarded fellowships by the American Association of University Women.
Graphic design professor curates show in unique desert art gallery
Situated on 5 acres of untamed landscape deep within the Mojave Desert in Yucca Valley, California, a large shipping container has been transformed to Unpaved Gallery, which is dedicated to cultivating a dialogue of contemporary art in the region. It is in this space that Emily Burns, an assistant professor of graphic design at Penn State, has curated a group exhibition of paintings and works by artists from across the United States.
Landscape architecture professor to speak at Milwaukee event on historic landscapes
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Paul Daniel Marriott, an associate professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture at Penn State, is the featured speaker at an event on Oct. 19 in Milwaukee that celebrates the design of the historic Lake Park by Frederick Law Olmsted, as well as other notable landscapes in the area.
Sustainability Teaching Roundtable Series to be hosted in Borland Project Space
The "Sustainability Teaching Roundtable Series," co-organized by Mihyun Kang, research professor and assistant director for sustainability in the College of Arts and Architecture, will be hosted in Borland Project Space, 125 Borland, throughout the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters.
Design by architecture, engineering professor featured in Architect magazine
The design of mobile low-carbon structures by DK Osseo-Asare, assistant professor of architecture and engineering design at Penn State, has been featured by Architect magazine, the journal of the American Institute of Architects.
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