Graduate Program Open House
Friday, Nov. 5, 10:00am–12:30PM
Our Graduate Program Virtual Open House event is a great opportunity for prospective students to learn about our graduate degree options in architecture.
A tradition of excellence
The Department of Architecture’s century-strong traditions of drawing, model-making, community outreach/service learning, and hands-on construction prepare students to explore innovative models of architectural practice as well as non-traditional approaches, including design-build and digital fabrication.
The award-winning faculty are active in professional practice, research and service projects, and national and international competitions, as well as scholarly activities. Thanks to a rigorous curriculum with numerous opportunities to engage in professional projects and work with external stakeholders, graduates are prepared for wherever their design degrees may take them.
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Marilia RodriguesB.Arch. in Architecture 2002
Marilia Rodrigues is a principal at KieranTimberlake, an internationally recognized architecture firm noted for its commitment to research, innovation, and invention. She brings multiple technologies, voices, and talents together to achieve award-winning designs.
Architecture and Landscape Architecture Library
Computational Textiles Lab
Associate Professor of Architecture
Felecia Davis combines art, technology, and science in her work with computational textiles: soft materials that can sense and respond to the world around them through computer programming, electronics, and sensors. Director of SoftLab, she holds the Agnes Scollins Carey Memorial Early Career Professorship in the Arts for 2018–21, using the funds to lead a multiphase, collaborative research project that involves constructing a 1:1 scaled demonstration prototype for a solar photovoltaic fiber tension shade. Her work was featured in Penn State’s recent campaign highlighting the national and international impact of select faculty’s research.
Art After Hours: Celebrating MultitudesPalmer Museum of Art
Gallery Conversation: A Contemporary Artist Looks at Global Asias
Sawyer Seminar: Sacred Cities: Mobility and TransmissionHeld on Zoom. Please register.
News from A&A
Fifth-year architecture student named 2021 Corbelletti prize winner
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Puja Bhagat, a fifth-year architecture student in the Stuckeman School and a Schreyer Honors College scholar, was named the winner of the Department of Architecture’s 2021