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News Features & Articles
Penn State Department of Architecture co-organizes conference at TU Berlin
The Penn State Department of Architecture, in conjunction with Technical University of Berlin, and Cloud-Cuckoo-Land, International Journal of Architectural
Stuckeman School Welcomes José Duarte
We are delighted to welcome Dr. José Pinto Duarte as the Stuckeman Chair in Design Innovation and director of the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing (SCDC).
The Stuckeman School has gained another emeritus faculty member. Cecilia Rusnak (’70, BSLA) retired in December 2015 after 20 years in the Penn State Department of Landscape Architecture.
BLA student Katie Nguyen wins design competition
Fifth-year BLA student, Katie Nguyen, recently was awarded first prize at the Australasian Student Competition, “This Public Space.” Nguyen is studying abroad at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand.
Geodesign program welcomes Flaxman
Dr. Michael Flaxman has joined the Penn State landscape architecture department’s online geodesign graduate program as a new faculty member. He will teach the virtual studio for the new Master in Professional Studies in Geodesign.
SEED completes container library for the African Library Project
In 2009, a small group of architecture students came together with two goals: to establish a student group focused on sustainable design and to contribute in a meaningful way to the
Counts Studio Design Selected as Finalist in World War I Memorial Design Competition
“Heroes’ Green,” a design by two of Penn State’s landscape architecture faculty – Christopher Counts and Maria Debije Counts of Counts Studio – has been selected as one of five finalists for the World War I Memorial Design Competition sponsored by the U.S. World War I Centennial Commission.
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