Penn State Stuckeman School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Graphic Design Virtual Tour
Penn State Stuckeman School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Graphic Design Virtual Tour


I’m Angela Easley and this is my Penn
State. I am a third-year Landscape Architecture
major. I chose Penn State because of the awesome landscape architecture program and because of the amazing alumni. I just like seeing people engaged and really excited about what they’re working on. I thought it was a big campus, but once getting to know a whole bunch of people the campus becomes
really small. I’m Katie McRury. I’m a first year
Architecture student here at Penn State. I went to a lot of different architecture
schools when I was trying to decide where to go and where to apply first and
what I think Penn State does a really good job taking care of us in the studio
not a lot of schools give us our own studio desk and storage unit here, so
you’re able to really kind of settle in and create an environment in which you can
really get comfortable working and have all your stuff in addition to having all
the resources of wood shop downstairs. You’re right in the middle of all sorts
of different things, but you have everything you need right in the vicinity. I
really like that we have four different professors for the first year and we get
to rotate through to each semester. We get to learn lots of different styles of
architecture and each step we kind of gradually build towards actually
designing a building and learning how to use lots of different types of materials
and no one section of the freshman class knows all the same things, so we’ll be able to learn from each other as we go forward. I’m Kayla Corazzi,
and I am a senior Graphic Design student. The thing I really really like about
this program is that rather than just learning the technical side of our
software that we use on the daily basis, we kind of spend a lot more time
learning about the process and how to think creatively and innovatively
and problem solve. The seniors and the freshmen know each other, and everyone
essentially in the class. All the classes know each other now. Everyone has studio access, so they can come in around the desk areas and we kind of just like make
it so we’re all family and people can get help from other people and take
advantage of that, so that’s another thing about this program that’s amazing
because of how tight-knit the community is. My one boss from last summer said,
“We’ve never had a better intern than the Penn State Graphic Design intern.”

1 thought on “Penn State Stuckeman School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Graphic Design Virtual Tour”

  1. TheComicalCanadian says:

    awesome video keep up the good content

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