Tolley, J. (2017). Penn State professor probes the impact of artists: BTN LiveBIG. Retrieved from http://btn.com/2017/02/11/penn-state-professor-probes-the-impact-of-artists-btn-livebig/#sthash.cltLI7Gq.dpuf
Hosterman, T. (2017). Big Ten Network Features Carpenter’s Unique Underground Approach to Water Filtration and Art Education. Retrieved from http://sova.psu.edu/story/big-ten-network-features-carpenters-unique-underground-approach-water-conservation
Molloy, A. (2015). Center for Creative Photography kicks off intriguing VASE art lectures today. Retrieved from http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/09/center-for-creative-photography-kicks-off-intriguing-vase-art-lectures-today
Moton, T. (2015). Penn State’s ‘Da Vinci’ merges art and science to address global water crisis. Big Ten Network. Retrieved from http://btn.com/2015/11/08/btn-livebig-penn-states-da-vinci-merges-art-and-science-to-address-global-water-crisis/#sthash.X9uJLKee.dpuf
Kaplan, S. (2015). Penn State visual arts professor tackles global water crisis. The Daily Collegian, Retrieved from http://m.collegian.psu.edu/arts_and_entertainment/article_1bffa37e-775f-11e5-8af5-170f40e19d91.html?mode=jqm
Marshall, A. M. (2015). Art education professor educates high school students about global water crisis. member uses ceramics to combat global water crisis. College of Arts & Architecture, The Pennsylvania State University, Retrieved from https://artsandarchitecture.psu.edu/news/art-education-professor-teaches-high-school-students-how-combat-global-water-crisis
Marshall, A. M. (2015). Focus on Research: Art education faculty member uses ceramics to combat global water crisis. Centre Daily Times, Retrieved from http://www.centredaily.com/2015/02/22/4615021/focus-on-research-art-education.html
Lynn, P. (2013). The amazing ripple effect of Texas A&M’s Texas Water Project. Texas A&M Today Retrieved from https://today.tamu.edu/2013/06/10/the-amazing-ripple-effect-of-texas-ams-texas-water-project/
Wynn, T. (2013). The art of water at Reservoir Studio: Artistic activism addressing clean water issues. The International Review of African American Art Plus. Retrieved from http://iraaa.museum.hamptonu.edu/page/Art-of-Water-at–Reservoir–Studio
Hosterman, T. (2013). Professor Steve Carpenter to Present at The Ohio State University and in State College. Retrieved from https://sova.psu.edu/story/carpenter-at-ohio-state.
Marynak, F. (2013). Ancient filtering system brings clean water to poor and others. Retrieved from http://news.psu.edu/story/281060/2013/07/08/arts-and-entertainment/ancient-filtering-system-brings-clean-water-poor-and
Lynn, P. (2012). Study abroad field trip brings clean water to Haiti. Retrieved from http://engineering.tamu.edu/news/2012/03/09/study-abroad-field-trip-brings-clean-water-to-haiti
Schnettler, T. (2011). Furuta and Shipman apply their research to support computing education. Retrieved from http://engineering.tamu.edu/news/2011/01/21/furuta-and-shipman-apply-their-research-to-support-computing-education/.
Munoz, O., & Badash, M. (n.d.). TAMU Water Project: A photo slideshow about potters, engineers, housing experts, and medical staff working together for clean water. Retrieved from
Charleton, G. (2009). DIY H2O. Texas A&M Engineer, 48-49.
Instructional Technology Services (2009). Dr. Stephen Carpenter’s Work in Second Life. Retrieved online, http://itsinfo.tamu.edu/Home/Services/TAMU_Second_Life_Campus/Dr._Stephen_Carpenter_s_Work_in_Second_Life.php
Socol, K. B. (2009). The Fight for clean water. Advance: Research, Scholarship and Creative Achievement at Texas A&M University, pp. 22-25.
Lavender, C. (2008). Water for the weary: Aggies work to provide water in US communities near border (November, 11). The Battalion.
Ryan, K. (2007). Purifying water through pottery (October, 3). The Battalion, 1.
Tang, T. (2007). Pottery for peace (September, 27). The Battalion, 1.
Kujawski, J. (2007). Learning isn’t second notch in Second Life. TLAC Times. Retrieved online, http://tlac.tamu.edu/articles/learning_isn_t_second_notch_in_second_life.
Song, B. (2007). Art Education in the United States: Story Pieces about NCLB, Visual Culture, and Interdisciplinary Art Education. The Interview with Art Educator Stephen Carpenter, II. ArtEzine. Retrieved online, http://arte.or.kr/mWebzine/6.aspx?bpro=view_41_15_1_18900.
Kujawski, J. (2006). The art of education: New faculty member adds innovative courses to the college’s curriculum. Transforming Lives, Spring. College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University, pp. 6-7.
Dorsey, C. (2002). Clay in a whole new way: The d’art center’s exhibit shows all that clay can do. PortFolio Weekly, April 2, pp. 53.
Piscopello, T. (2001). L’arte regna alla fortezza: Esposte le opere di oltre 600 artisti da 50 nazioni. Corriere di Firenze, December 8.
Ferolino-Beasley, G. (2001). Art exhibit confronts stereotypes, culture. The New River Valley Current, Thursday January 17, pp. 3,12.
Dorsey, C. (2001). Teachers move to the head of the class. PortFolio Weekly, March 13, p. 25.
The Courier (2001). Carpenter wins award. The Courier: Old Dominion University, April 6, Vol. 30, No. 16. Retrieved on-line, http://www.odu.edu/ao/instadv/archive/vol30issue16/stories/Carpenter.html.
Bayersdorfer, F. (2000). Those who can, teach. Meet four of Old Dominion’s studio art faculty who are exploring new boundaries in the creative process. Old Dominion University: A Magazine for Alumni and Friends, 2(2). Retrieved on-line, http://www.odu.edu/ao/alumni_magazine/summer00/stories/teach.html.
New Journal and Guide (2000). Art professor gives feedback to students at Hampton’s Taylor center. New Journal and Guide, April 26 – May 2.
Dorsey, C. (1998). Novel visions emerge at d’art. PortFolio Weekly, September, 8-14, p. 30.
Dorsey, C. (1997). Stereotypes exposed in (re)search (re)vision (re)construct. PortFolio Weekly, December.
Burton, L. (1997). ODU gallery exhibition. The Mace and Crown, November.
Annas, T. (1997). Inquiring minds: Exhibit questions cultural presumptions. The Virginian-Pilot, November, E4.
Virginian Pilot. (1997). Top 10: The best of 1997. The Virginian-Pilot, Wednesday December 31.