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City Maker Workshop

City Information Modeling Workshop

The Hamer Center for Community Design and the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing will be co-sponsoring a 5-day workshop discussing the use of ‘City Information Modeling’ (CIM) tools and their application for navigating through big data in urban areas. CIM tools will be used in this workshop to identify strategic potentials in the State College […]

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The 2018 Penn State Race to Zero Student Design Competition team and faculty advisers gather after winning the Suburban Single-Family Housing Contest with representatives from the U.S. Department of Energy, organizers of Race to Zero. Pictured, left to right, are Sarah Zaleski, Ali Memari, Sarah Klinetob Lowe, Justin Charles, Carly Asadi, Neno Agnello, Sean Copeland, Sam Rashkin, and Rachel Romero. Image: Ellen Jaskol/NREL

First Place Finish at DOE Race to Zero 2018!

We are pleased to announce that Penn State came in FIRST PLACE in the Suburban Single Family Contest yesterday at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, CO! Students from across the University worked with S&A Homes to redesign their most popular floor plans into a 100% solar-powered Zero Energy Ready Home (ZERH). For more […]


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Hamer Center Researcher Places FIRST in Humanities Division in Penn State Graduate Exhibition

Congratulations to Mahyar Hadighi, Ph.D. student in Architecture and Hamer Center for Community Design resident researcher for winning first place in the Humanities Division for his poster: “Adapting Modern Architecture to a Local Context: A Grammar for Hajjar’s Hybrid Domestic Architecture”. Hadighi will present his paper “Shape Grammar of Hajjar’s Hybrid Domestic Architecture: A Methodology […]


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“Bad Water Rising”: Species in Pennsylvania affected by climate change. Artist and researcher: Lacey Goldberg

“Bad Water Rising” is a hydrophobic medium art installation in downtown State College that focuses on local Pennsylvania species that are likely to be affected by climate change and water quality concerns. The art is invisible until it is revealed by the rain, which symbolizes this change. This work is a collaboration between the Hamer […]



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