Penn State's Stuckeman School houses graduate and undergraduate degree programs in architecture and landscape architecture, as well the undergraduate degree program in graphic design. Each of these programs – including professional and research-focused courses of study – is taught by leaders and designed to produce leaders, and consistently high national rankings and job placement rates attest to the success of our programs and graduates. We invite you to explore this site for more details regarding our programs, people, and priorities.
Connecting first-year Larch class with landscape art installation
On Friday, April 24, 2015, a group of third-year landscape architecture students created a rapid installation outside of University Park's Kern building with the specific aim of interrogating the nature of art, landscape, and social interaction.
Henderson's cherry blossom sketchbooks published in 'Landscape Architecture Magazine'
The folding sketchbooks, Sakura Orihon, completed by Ron Henderson, FASLA, during his 2012 US–Japan Friendship Commission Creative Artist Fellowship have been published in the April 2015 edition of Landscape Arc
Trio of honors for Baird
Landscape architecture professor Tim Baird’s Philadelphia-centered “Urban Arboreta: Tree Nurseries Transform Vacant Lands” has been selected as one of the 32 winning proposals of the John S. and James L.
New CNC router delivers increased speed, accuracy, and productivity
Bigger, faster, and more accurate! The Stuckeman School’s new computer numeric control (CNC) router from Thermwood Corp.
Foster discusses geodesign education in 'Directions Magazine'
Kelleann Foster, director of the Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture and associate dean for the College of Arts and Architecture, was interviewed by Directions Magazine, an online magazine that specializes in geosp
Baird designs in final round of $5M Knight Cities Challenge
Timothy Baird, professor of landscape architecture, has two finalist submissions vying for a spot among 26 winners of the Knight Cities Challenge.
Danielle Mitchell Elected AIAS President
Fifth-year Penn State architecture student Danielle Mitchell was elected president of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) at the organization's national meeting over the New Year holid
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