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Hamer Center Sponsored "SEEP" Exhibition Open Through September
"SEEP," a group exhibition presenting 11 contemporary artists from across the country whose work engages with water, is on display now through Sept. 30 in the Woskob Family Gallery in State College.
The Corbelletti Competition – named for past Department of Architecture head Raniero Corbelletti (1968–88) – traditionally marks the start of a new school year for Penn State architecture students, and 2017 is no exception.
Kim brings unique expertise to Penn State’s Geodesign programs
Dr. Mintai Kim joins the faculty of Penn State’s online Geodesign graduate program this fall. He will be teaching GEODZ 826 – Change and Representation.
Birkeland Awarded Rome Prize for Design
Landscape architecture assistant professor Jennifer Birkeland, along with Jonathon Scelsa, has been awarded the 2017–18 Mark Hampton Rome Prize for Design.
Xu Captures Merit Award in Tritschler Prize Competition
Guangmao 'Forrest' Xu received a $5,000 prize as a merit award winner in the AIA|DC's Tritschler Prize Competition.
Iulo Named Hamer Center Director
Lisa Iulo, associate professor of architecture, has been named director of the Hamer Center for Community Design for a three-year term, July 2017–June 2020.
Using Geodesign for MLB Stadium Development
The best way for students to learn about geodesign is to apply their learning to real world projects, especially because many of the online students are already in the workforce.
Student design project focuses on Pennsylvania governor’s mansion
In fall 2016, five Penn State architecture and landscape architecture students registered for a small independent study course with a big project — redesigning and updating the cobblestone forecourt at the entrance of the Pennsylvania Governor’s R
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