In the spring of 2013 the College of Arts and Architecture will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary. In honor of this occasion, the Stuckeman School is inviting alumni from architecture, landscape architecture, and graphic design to submit work for an online exhibition on the school website. “Stuckeman Works” will showcase the collective impact of graduates in the Stuckeman School’s three disciplines, Penn State’s longstanding commitment to design education, and our fulfillment of the trust imposed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to cultivate citizens who are responsible for and responsive to our design environment. A jury of professional peers will select a smaller set of exceptional projects from the online submissions. Selection criteria will be broad and aim to demonstrate the fullest possible extent of Stuckeman alumni contributions in all disciplines. These select works will be featured in an exhibition in the Stuckeman Family Building, scheduled to open for the college’s fiftieth anniversary celebration in spring 2013. In addition, a print publication will be released in conjunction with the exhibition opening. It will chronicle the selected works, include essays on alumni projects by the jurors/editors, and feature additional alumni from all three programs who have achieved high levels of success within their respective disciplines. *All alumni are invited to submit up to thee examples of their most significant professional work by November 15, 2012. **The range of acceptable works is interpreted broadly to include design projects, educational endeavors, public policy initiatives, and other ways in which our graduates have used their design training to make an impact. Works that have not yet been realized or are in progress are welcome. Go to http://stuckeman.psu.edu to start uploading. Because this event celebrates our history within the College of Arts and Architecture, all participating alumni should have either graduated since the college’s formation in 1963, or submit works executed since that year.