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Landscape architecture plays central role in University’s latest conservation project
At the request of the Office of the President, the Department of Landscape Architecture took the reins of the MG2V design project and Eliza Pennypacker, professor and head of the department, jumped at the opportunity to lead this important effort.
Meet the designer behind the 2019 THON logo: Haley Stipes
Every year, junior graphic design students at Penn State are tasked with submitting designs for the THON logo. Students start with an idea and work to perfect it until they make their vision into a design reality. This year, the design chosen to represent the “Shape the Moment” theme was that of Haley Stipes.
Stuckeman School to host acclaimed architect Brad Cloepfil on Feb. 20
The Stuckeman School is proud to host Brad Cloepfil – architect, educator and founding principal of Allied Works Architecture – as part of its Lecture and Exhibition Series at 6 p.m. on Feb. 20 in the Stuckeman Family Building Jury Space.
Graphic design alumna featured as FACE of Charlotte
Jennifer (née Owens) Appleby, a 1985 graphic design alumna and a 2016 recipient of the College of Arts and Architecture Alumni Award, is featured as the “FACE of Charlotte” by StyleBlueprint.
Hadighi coedits new book on fashion label building he codesigned
Mehrdad Hadighi, Stuckeman Chair of Integrative Design and head of the Department of Architecture at Penn State, has coedited a new book that explores the architecture of the 11-story Lafayette 148 New York clothing factory in China, which he designed in collaboration with Tsz Yan Ng.
Graphic design students win prestigious national awards
Megan Tam and Jacqueline Siry, both sophomore graphic design students at Penn State, won awards for their work in the American Institute of Graphic Artists (AIGA) Blue Ridge 2018 Flux Student Design Competition.
Penn State Extension land-use webinar to focus on geodesign
Using geodesign to involve all stakeholders in urban land-use planning will be the subject of a web-based seminar to be offered by Penn State Extension.
Penn State NASA challenge team advances again, to be featured on Japanese TV
NHK, Japan’s national public broadcasting organization, will be on the University Park campus tomorrow (Jan. 22) to film the Penn State interdisciplinary team that has advanced to the third phase of NASA’s $3.1-million 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge.
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