Stuckeman School at Penn State Joins Places

The Stuckeman Family Building and Borland Building (not pictured) house the Stuckeman School facilities. (Courtesy of the Stuckeman School, The Pennsylvania State University)

We are pleased to announce that the Stuckeman School at Penn State is now a member of Places’ network of Academic Partners.

They join our growing group of schools that provide core funding for the journal. With institutions ranging from North America to Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa, the network is a diverse group that shares Places’ commitment to public scholarship on architecture, landscape, and urbanism — to building a larger public constituency for serious design thinking.

Patricia Kucker, interim dean of the Stuckeman School, will represent the school on Places’ Board of Directors.