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Innovating teaching and learning

The Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design (C-PAD) is a cross-disciplinary center whose goal is to advance arts and design pedagogies, research, and professional development applicable to learning and teaching in all disciplines.

C-PAD is a partnership between the College of Arts and Architecture and Teaching and Learning with Technology at Penn State (TLT). We support our mission through a program for faculty Innovators in Residence, Discovery Grants for research, and an annual Teaching Award to reward excellence in pedagogy.

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‘Small Island Big Song’ film marks Asian-American awareness month

The Center for the Performing Arts marked Asian American and Pacific Islander Month in May by offering a free School-Time Virtual film screening and discussion to area schools.

Docufilm is part of 20 years of Center for the Performing Arts School-Time Matinee programming   By Heather Longley   The Center for the Performing Arts marked Asian American and


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Stuckeman School professor co-edits new book on sustaining city streets

Ken Tamminga, distinguished professor of landscape architecture, has coedited a new book that examines city streets and their vast array of activities over time.
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College of Arts and Architecture appoints first associate dean for access and equity

Folayemi (Fo) Wilson, currently co-director of academic diversity, equity and inclusion at Columbia College Chicago, has been named associate dean for access and equity.
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