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Showcase highlights A&A sustainability research, creative projects

Headshot of William Braham.

Stuckeman School to host UPenn professor for environmental building design talk

String musicians are shown up close playing violins while a screen in the background shows an orangutan eating leaves.

‘Our Planet Live in Concert’ explores wonder of the world April 11 at Eisenhower Auditorium

Headshot of Coco Alarcon

Stuckeman School to welcome Peruvian designer for lecture and exhibition

Three masculine-looking people watch in awe as a group of feminine-looking individuals perform feats of strength.

FLIP Fabrique to challenge gender norms in ‘Muse’ March 28 at Eisenhower Auditorium

Headshot of Juan Jose Lahuerta with his chin resting in his hand.

Stuckeman School to host Spanish architect and historian for lecture

A meeting room of masked School of Theatre students flashing the peace sign at the camera in Playhouse Theatre.

School of Theatre’s Student Diversity Committee gains University organization status

Headshot of Kristina Hill

Stuckeman School to host landscape architect and urban systems advocate

Headshot of Penn State Associate Professor of Piano Christopher Guzman

Displaced: Composers Who Left Their Homelands Because of Political Turmoil - A faculty recital by Christopher Guzman, piano

Essence of Joy

2023 African American Music Festival to take place Feb. 1-4 with full slate of events

A structure made up of recycled materials on display in the Borland Project Space.

Exhibit visualizing sustainability research and crises on display this week

Headshot of Claire Latané

Stuckeman School to host landscape architect and educator for virtual lecture

Samples of mycelium being grown on biomaterials are shown on the platform of a table saw.

New grant looks to biomaterials to reduce construction waste

The eight students in LARCH 414: Advanced Design Studio pose during a field trip to Baltimore.

Stuckeman School students help local community advocate for design solutions

A view of the Smoky Mountains

Small percentage of globe provides critical natural benefits to most of humanity

Graphic of Nittany Lion waving, with text "We're greater together."

Support programs across A&A on #GivingTuesday

A graphic of a house in the rain at night with one window lit.

Penn State webinar to address access to low-income energy efficiency programs


Music Faculty join Celebration of Ukrainian Music supporting World Kitchen

Headshot of Mae-ling Lokko

Architectural scientist to remotely visit Stuckeman School

Traffic built up heading into New York City.

NASA-funded research seeks to address vulnerability to extreme heat in cities

Artists wear boldly patterned robes and head scarves as they hold their arms up in a V formation.

Soweto Gospel Choir returns to Penn State Nov. 29

Three-dimensional forms sewn by Collura and Shaffer's drawing.

Pop-Up exhibition by visual arts faculty opening Thursday at Woskob Family Gallery

The skyline of Los Angeles lit from behind by the sun with the bypass system in the foreground.

Penn State to host symposium on effects of embodied carbon on the environment