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Penn State Extension land-use webinar to focus on geodesign
Using geodesign to involve all stakeholders in urban land-use planning will be the subject of a web-based seminar to be offered by Penn State Extension.
Penn State NASA challenge team advances again, to be featured on Japanese TV
NHK, Japan’s national public broadcasting organization, will be on the University Park campus tomorrow (Jan. 22) to film the Penn State interdisciplinary team that has advanced to the third phase of NASA’s $3.1-million 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge.
Three landscape architecture alumni named principals at Baltimore design firm
Three alumni from the Department of Landscape Architecture at Penn State have been named principals at Mahan Rykiel Associates, a landscape architecture and urban design firm in Baltimore.
Stuckeman students, faculty shine in international design competition
Senior students and faculty in the Graphic Design program at Penn State made a strong showing in the 2019 Graphis New Talent Annual Award competition with two projects earning top honors (Platinum Awards) and another eight earning Gold and Silver Awards.
Architecture alumnus and his wife fight back after Pittsburgh synagogue shooting
Architecture alumnus Larry Barasch, along with his wife Anne, were so shaken by the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh in October, they fought back in their own way.
Interior design scholar joins College of Arts and Architecture faculty
Mihyun Kang has been appointed research professor in the Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture and the College of Arts and Architecture liaison to the Sustainability Institute.
Landscape architect to speak at international symposium on Humphry Repton
Paul Daniel Marriott, an assistant teaching professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture, will serve as a featured speaker at an international symposium centered around the contributions of 18th century landscape designer Humphry Repton on Jan. 31 at the Garden Museum in London.
New head of Penn State Graphic Design to be introduced to community Jan. 14
Phil Choo, a national and international award-winning designer who was named the head of the Graphic Design program at Penn State in December, will be the guest of honor at a welcome reception to be held at 5 p.m. on Jan. 14.
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