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Architecture doctoral student and SCDC director to present, exhibit at Autodesk University
Naveen Muthumanickam, an architecture doctoral candidate, and José Duarte, director of the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing, will be presenting research at the upcoming Autodesk conference in Las Vegas.
Architecture professor to speak at upcoming Taubman College symposium
Shadi Nazarian, associate professor of architecture and a researcher with the Stuckeman Center for Computing Design, will participate in a symposium titled “From Lab to Site: Innovations in Concrete” at the University of Michigan on Nov. 1.
Science Writers 2019 coming to State College for annual meeting
The National Association of Science Writers will descend upon State College for its annual Science Writers conference from Oct. 25-29. As part of tours organized at Penn State, the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing is participating in several events.
Graphic design seniors to showcase work and experiences in Internship Show
Seniors in the Graphic Design program at Penn State are hosting the annual Internship Show on Saturday, Oct. 26 to showcase the work they did and the experiences they had while interning with some of the most recognizable brands and firms in the design, fashion and entertainment industries over the summer.
Architecture graduate student to lead workshop at design computing conference
Mina Rahimian, a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in architecture with a focus on computational design and sustainability, is co-teaching a workshop as part of the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture annual conference Oct. 24-26 at the University of Texas at Austin.
Architecture, landscape architecture rise among nation’s elite programs
Penn State’s programs in architecture and landscape architecture made significant jumps in the latest DesignIntelligence rankings, as announced Oct. 15.
Architecture graduate student wins award to attend sustainable cities symposium
Nastaran Tebyanian, a Ph.D. candidate in architecture with a focus on landscape architecture, won an award that will cover her expenses to travel and attend the Global Symposium on Sustainable Cities and Neighborhoods Oct. 23-25 in Chicago.
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