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New Hamer StoryMap

Check out the Hamer Center’s new StoryMap developed by PhD student Lacey Goldberg. The StoryMap offers a chronological and geographic exploration of Hamer Center work, beginning in 1996. To see the map, click on “Where we work?” above or the link here.


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Murtha and Orland Present at NCASLA meetings.

Tim Murtha and Brian Orland presented their work featured on marcellusbydesign.psu.edu at the 2015 North Carolina American Society of Landscape Architecture annual meeting. http://www.ncasla.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3301


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Seeing Water by Ann Tarantino rescheduled for Wednesday April 15 @ 1:00pm

[metaslider id=55]Sorry for the late notice, but “Seeing Water” by Ann Tarantino has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 15th at 1:00 pm in the Hamer Center (105 SFB). Ann, an Assistant Professor of Art and Landscape Architecture, makes drawings on paper, on the wall, and in space, using media ranging from ink and paper to laser-cut […]


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Bera Presents at PERC

          MLA Candidate, Abhinandan Bera presented his research at the 2015 PERC conference with several other Penn State students. Bera’s research investigates the role of and impacts on historic route 6 and Marcellus Shale activities. Title: Marcellus Shale and Its Impact on Route 6 in Pennsylvania  


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Goldberg Presents Research at PERC

          PhD Candidate, Lacey Goldberg along with several other Penn State students, presented her research at the 2015 PERC Conference. Title: Utilizing Crowdsourced Georeferenced Photography for Scenic Conservation Subtitle:Case Study – Conservation Design in the Marcellus Shale Region of Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania Wilds, Endless Mountains, and The Loyalsock Trail


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