Penn State Summer Studio with TBG
From Penn State News…
Undergraduate students in the top-ranked Landscape Architecture program at Penn State who were scheduled to graduate in August found themselves at a crossroads at the end of the spring 2020 semester. They were at risk of not graduating as planned due to the study abroad restrictions that were put into place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
So, the Department of Landscape Architecture within the Stuckeman School created a unique option for students whose graduation would end up being affected by this cancellation — a virtual studio course with a firm where students could gain professional experience to replace the study abroad option that would allow them to graduate in August as planned.
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