During what’s likely the largest climate event ever held at Penn, leaders in a range of fields discussed the practicalities and implications of the resolution introduced into Congress in February aimed at stemming climate change.
A new undergraduate major in design launched this semester, along with a now-enhanced fine arts major, is being offered through a collaboration between the Stuart Weitzman School of Design and the College of Arts and Sciences.
A PennPraxis team will develop a conservation management plan for Miller House and Garden, considered one of the finest examples of Modernist domestic design in Columbus, Indiana.
Lum, the Chair of Fine Arts at the Stuart Weitzman School of Design, is one of two Presidential Professorship appointments, which aims to diversify the faculty by attracting and retaining scholars and practitioners in endowed positions.
Here, a collection of Penn faculty and students share some of their goals for the 2019-20 academic year, plus a quote that's keeping them motivated.
University Architect Mark Kocent discusses his new role, 16 years at Penn, and the vision behind Penn Connects.
BlackStar Film Festival, a special 12@12 at the Arthur Ross Gallery, and an alcohol-themed tour through Penn Museum stock up late-summer events in August.
Beginning on the Summer Solstice, the Ian L. McHarg Center for Urbanism and Ecology at the Weitzman School is presenting Design With Nature Now, a multi-platform exploration of the legacy of visionary environmental planner and landscape architect Ian L. McHarg.
“Tonight is Forever,” a new exhibit at the William Way LGBT Community Center created by Stuart Weitzman School of Design Senior Lecturer Gabriel Martinez, is on display through June 28.
A new Master of Science in Design with a concentration in Historic Preservation degree program kicked off at the Weitzman School in the fall of 2018. Now, members of the inaugural class are working on a capstone project on the George Nakashima House.
Matthijs Bouw of the School of Design wrote about his work with The Hackable City, an Amsterdam-based research project exploring new, community-led methods for urban development.
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Witold Rybczynski of the School of Design reviewed a memoir by Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, which traces the history of efforts to restore and maintain Central Park.
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