Three teams of PennDesign students recognized in the ULI Gerald D. Hines Design Student Competition
ZGF Scholarship awarded to Architecture student Riggs Skepnek.
Jacolby Satterwhite (MFA ’10) to attend Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture
Congratulations to Jaeyoung Lee, Kenta Fukunishi, and Kyu Ho Chun (ARCH 701 studio with Matthias Hollwich) for being selected 1st place in the evolo competition 2009 (skyscraper).
Congratulations to Hui Ying Candy Chan (ARCH 601 studio with Phu Hoang) for being one of the winners for her work entitled "Living On Display", (cited by the votes of Honorary Members) of the World Architecture Community Awards 3rd cycle.
The exhibition "Tel Aviv: From Garden City to Ecosystem" is displayed on ParaSolar, phototropic environment designed by Open Source Architecture // Eran Neuman, Aaron Sprecher, Chandler Ahrens.
PennDesign ITS is offering workshops to help incoming students set up their computer on the Design network.
Students, faculty, and staff are referred to the current edition of The Pennbook: Resources, Policies & Procedures, University of Pennsylvania, for University policies and procedures that govern the University as a whole.
Rights and Responsibilities
Important information about PennDesign policies.
Links to University health and wellness resources.
Resources and Services within the School of Design.
Links to cultural programs her at Penn.
Links to career services and resources.
Welcome to PennDesign!
A few of the most common questions from incoming students.
Various on-campus programs providing academic support.
Links to resources and services commonly used.
Links to important resources for graduate and professional students.
Links to PennDesign degree and program requirements.
Registration policies, academic performance, grading policies, student status and graduation.
Information pertaining to degree programs.
Watch video of the 2013 PennDesign Graduation Ceremony
A student exhibition of images from China.
2009 PennDesign Student Show
Work in Response to The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) and the Rotunda's Sanctuary Space