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News Features & Articles
Landscape architecture student wins NOMA Student of the Year Award
Anjelyque Easley, a fourth-year landscape architecture student from Philadelphia, was named the recipient of the prestigious Student Member of the Year Award at the 46th Annual National Organization of Minority Architects Conference in Chicago.
Three alumnae to be honored with alumni society awards
Three alumnae of the Stuckeman School have been named recipients of the 2018 Alumni Award by the College of Arts and Architecture Alumni Society and will be recognized at a ceremony on Nov. 2 at 4 p.m. in the Palmer Lipcon Auditorium.
Davis receives best paper award at human and computing interaction conference
Felecia Davis, an assistant professor of architecture in the Stuckeman School, brought home a best paper award from the Human and Computing Interaction International 2018 Conference, which was held earlier this year in Las Vegas.
Four Penn Staters receive landscape architecture awards
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Four students from the Penn State Stuckeman School recently earned awards in three categories through the Pennsylvania-Delaware chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects’ Student Awards Program.
Japanese Architect Visits Stuckeman School
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Japanese architect, Keisuke Oka, will be conducting an art of concrete workshop at the Stuckeman Family
TED, Penn State, and a Makerspace in Ghana: DK Osseo-Asare and Yasmine Abbas Design as Research
There is a scrapyard in Accra, Ghana, known as Agbogbloshie, where e-waste goes to die – at least, that is the way it has been misrepresented and misunderstood by those on the outside.
Corbelletti Design Charrette Winners
Congratulations to the Corbelletti design charrette winners 1st place – Drew Marshall, 2nd place (tie) – James Graef and Emily Troutman, all of the honorable mentions recipients, and everyone who participated!
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