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Registration open for Architecture/Landscape Architecture Summer Camp
The studios and classroom spaces within the Stuckeman Family Building will be emptying in a few short weeks as students graduate or retreat for the summer months. But come July 14, the building will again be abuzz as the Stuckeman School kicks off its annual Architecture/Landscape Architecture Summer Camp.
Stuckeman professor to talk conservation of nature and culture
Larry Gorenflo, professor of landscape architecture and the Stuckeman Chair in Design, is presenting a lecture titled “Linguistic and Biological Diversity in High Visibility Landscapes: Opportunities for Conserving Nature and Culture“ at 6 p.m. on April 3 in the Palmer Lipcon Auditorium.
Architecture study abroad student designs displayed at Italian embassy
The work of current and former Penn State architecture students who have taken part in the study abroad program at the Pantheon Institute in Rome went on display yesterday at the Italian embassy in Washington, D.C.
Penn State 3D printing team advances in NASA competition
Penn State’s 3D printing team, PennStateDen@Mars, has advanced to Phase 3, Level 4 of the NASA 3D-Printed Habitat Competition, after capturing a third-place victory in Phase 3, Level 3 of the competition. The team is led by Stuckeman faculty members Shadi Nazarian and José Duarte.
Rodney Allen Trice's 'Walk a Mile…' project wins 2019 Open Innovation Challenge
Rodney Allen Trice, professor of practice in graphic design at the Stuckeman School, wins Teaching and Learning with Technology's 2019 Open Innovation Challenge.
NSF supports technology intervention that increases employee mobility and blood flow
The National Science Foundation has provided funding to a team of design professionals, including Stuckeman School faculty member Mihyun Kang, to develop a seating solution that improves the blood flow and mobility of workers who are required to sit for long periods of time.
Woskob Family Gallery welcomes new exhibitions
The Woskob Family Gallery welcomes two new exhibitions: a sound installation by Penn State doctoral candidate Ilayda Altuntas, and sculptural lanterns made by first-year students of architecture from the Stuckeman School.
Bose to be keynote speaker at Design Across Divides transdisciplinary conference
Mallika Bose, associate professor of landscape architecture and interim associate dean for research, creative activity and graduate studies for the College of Arts and Architecture, is slated as a keynote speaker for the Design Across Divides: Co-creating Tools for Community Change conference to be held March 28-30 in Morgantown, West Virginia.
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