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Homecoming unveils 2019 logo
As is tradition, Penn State Homecoming’s Executive Committee unveiled its 2019 logo at halftime of the Blue-White Game. Lauren Myers, a junior graphic design major, created this year’s logo, which depicts the iconic Allen Street Gates.
Advisory board member elevated to AIA College of Fellows
Christine Mondor, principal and co-founder of evolve environment::architecture (evolveEA) and a member of the Stuckeman Advisory Board, has been elevated to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Landscape architecture alumnus named APA-MA Emerging/Rising Planner
Brian Creamer, a 2011 graduate of the Department of Landscape Architecture within the Stuckeman School, received the 2018 Emerging/Rising Planner Award from the American Planning Association Massachusetts Chapter (APA-MA).
Graphic design’s Burns curating upcoming exhibition in NYC
Emily Burns, assistant teaching professor in graphic design within the Stuckeman School, is curating a new exhibition by artist Kaveri Raina that opens Friday evening (April 12) at the Assembly Room in New York’s Lower East Side.
Graphic design seniors to host reimagined Follies show
Seniors in the graphic design program within the Stuckeman School will present the culmination of their work from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday (April 6) on the third floor of the Stuckeman Family Building.
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.
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