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HCCD Coffee Hour

Final Coffee Hour this Friday

The HCCD will be having its final Coffee Hour this Friday (11-30) at 11:00 AM in the Hamer Center for Community Design – 105 Stuckeman Family Building. Title: Student-Led Social Infrastructure for a Healthy Town and Gown Speakers: Jack Iffert, B.S. Civil EngineeringFrans Padt, Ph.D About: Social infrastructure can be places or services, or a […]


Coffee Hour this Friday!

Continuing our discussions about flood risks and mitigation in Pennsylvania, the HCCD will host the second in a series of lecture this Friday, November 9th at 11am in the Hamer Center for Community Design. This talk will focus on the National Floor Insurance Program and will feature: L. Donald Duke, Ph.D., P.E.: Professor of Environmental […]


eCAADe Conference Theme

eCAADe Conference

A few weeks ago, Mahyar Hadighi, researcher in the HCCD, went abroad to present at eCAADe 2018, the 36th annual conference of Association for Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe. The conference took place in Lodz, Poland in September 17-21. The conference theme was “computing for a better tomorrow;” Mahyar presented […]


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 […]


Sustainable Community Planning Workshop

Sustainability Planning Workshop in New Kensington

On September 27, 2018, the Knead Community Café in the city of New Kensington, PA hosted a one-day workshop titled “reNew Kensington” led by Penn State New Kensington. The community educational workshop brought together speakers and sessions related to sustainability and energy for organizational leaders, community members, and business owners. Community Stakeholders were invited to […]


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