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Penn State shield logo featuring a stylized mountain lion in white and light blue on a blue to green gradient background.

IEE seed grants awarded to 11 interdisciplinary projects

Julia Li

Landscape architecture student named undergraduate National Olmsted Scholar

A selfie of Johnna D’Ecclesiis with a high-rise view of a city behind her.

Stuckeman School landscape architecture student to intern at James Rose Center

Mike Levkulich stands with his arms folded in front of a large vertical window.

Stuckeman alum prioritizes the value of strong relationships, hard work

Four bottles for Hops brand beer with the labels featuring a frog playing different musical instruments.

Stuckeman School to hold interdisciplinary graduation exhibition

Eliza Pennypacker, at center, accepts a certificate from a woman on her right and a man on her left.

Landscape architecture faculty honored by international education organization

Chairs that are part of the new exhibition in the Stuckeman Family Buiding

New exhibition showcases furniture pieces fabricated in Stuckeman School

A summer camper at left holds an architectural model with an instructor at right.

Architecture and landscape architecture summer camp celebrates 20 years

Jean Yang

Stuckeman spring lecture series continues with landscape designer, educator

Research lab team members observe a concrete structure being 3D printed.

3D printing affordable, sustainable and resilient housing in Alaska

Kona Gray

Spring Stuckeman lecture series continues with landscape architect Kona Gray

Viewers take in the “Tres Comunidades, Un Río” exhibit at the University of Washington.

Benefits of floodplain communities focus of Stuckeman professor’s exhibition

Paul Daniel Marriott poses next to a parkway sign.

Stuckeman landscape architecture professor awarded for local advocacy efforts

The cover of “Emerging Perspectives on Teaching Architecture and Urbanism,” published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Stuckeman School professor and research director co-edits book on urban design

At left, a photo from showing an inlet that was formed during Superstorm Sandy on the Rhode Island coast. At right is a visualization of a model simulation of the same event.

Penn State researcher and partners earn collaborative coastal resilience grant

A three-dimensional visualization showing inundation depths in Providence, Rhode Island, from a hypothetical storm dubbed "Hurricane Rhody." Darker colors indicated deeper inundation levels. Peter Stempel, associate professor of landscape architecture, creates visualizations such as the one above to help coastal communities quickly understand the risks posed by hurricanes and other coastal storms. Credit: Image courtesy of Peter Stempel. All Rights Reserved.

Q&A: Seeing coastal storm impacts in advance can help communities prepare

Julie Stevens

Stuckeman School lecture series continues with a talk on trauma-informed design

Composite of Alumni Award winners

College of Arts and Architecture to honor Alumni Award winners on Oct. 5

Penn State NASA Mars Challenge team standing together in front of full-size 3d-printed concrete dwellings holding Penn State flag

Penn State work featured in upcoming long-term Franklin Institute space exhibit

Headshot of Kelleann Foster.

Emeritus landscape architecture professor elected to ASLA Council of Fellows

Anne Lai

Landscape Architecture student Anne Lai named Arts and Architecture marshal for summer 2023

Clockwise from top left headshots of Olivia Krum, Anne Lai, Grace Stewart, David Wasson, Handou Chen, Christopher Coughlin and Somdeep Nandy.

Stuckeman School students recognized for landscape architecture design work

Photograph of Alexandria Warren in front of trees.

Stuckeman School student named national equity, diversity, inclusion scholar