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Release Date: Oct 16 2019

The College of Arts and Architecture will honor eight alumni during its annual Alumni Awards Ceremony on Friday, November 1, at 4:15 p.m. in the Palmer Lipcon Auditorium, Palmer Museum of Art. The Arts and Architecture Alumni Awards were...

Release Date: Oct 11 2019

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) awarded two Penn State College of Arts and Architecture graduate students with fellowships for 2019-20. The recipients, Epiphany Loux and Indira Bailey, will pursue academic work and lead...

Release Date: Oct 09 2019

The College of Arts and Architecture’s Multicultural Programs Office will sponsor Penn State’s 3rd annual Women of Color in Arts and Design Symposium on Thursday, Oct. 24, 6:30–8 p.m., in 112 Borland Building. The event will...

Release Date: Oct 08 2019

Kim Kauffman (’81 B.S. LArch) has made a significant financial contribution to the College of Arts and Architecture to establish the Kauffman Family Scholarship Fund in the Department of Landscape Architecture. Available to full-time Landscape...

Release Date: Oct 07 2019

The College of Arts and Architecture will host a talk and Q&A session with School of Theatre alumna Jessica Weiner, who consults with Fortune 500 companies on how they reflect people in their marketing and publicity, on Monday, Oct. 14, 4:30...

Release Date: Oct 03 2019

The Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State has received nearly 200 works of art as part of the estate of Barbara R. Palmer, longtime benefactor, beloved friend, and champion of the museum, who passed away in January 2019. The bequest of her world-class...

Release Date: Oct 02 2019

Vincent Benitez, professor of music theory, is the author of Olivier Messiaen's Opera, Saint Francois d'Assise, published in July 2019 by Indiana University Press. According to the publisher's website, the work "examines the...

Release Date: Oct 01 2019

Kim Cook, distinguished professor of cello, recorded a 2-CD set for MSR Classics released in December 2018. The CDs include three solo cello concertos with the St. Petersburg State Symphony in Russia: Richard Strauss’ Don...

Release Date: Oct 01 2019

Kim Cook, distinguished professor of cello, and Christopher Guzman, associate professor of piano, were honored with an award for the Top Five CD Issues for 2018 by critics for Fanfare, one of the premiere journals of musical recordings. The CD...

Release Date: Sep 26 2019

Marching onto the Beaver Stadium field and being greeted by a raucous ‘White Out’ crowd eagerly awaiting the Blue Band’s pre-game performance is a sight that very few can say they’ve experienced, until now. The Penn State...

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