News and Events
Function7/27 M.Arch.II AAP NYC Exhibition: Architecture +
This exhibition and reception will celebrate studio work created for three consecutive design studios held at AAP NYC during June and July.
NewsCRP Hires Transportation Planner Nicholas Klein
Transportation planner and engineer Nicholas J. Klein has joined the CRP faculty as an assistant professor on a tenure track.
NewsWarner Receives $500,000 Grant to Examine Fiscal Stress
CRP's Mildred Warner will use a USDA $500,000 grant to create a nationwide database assessing the role of state policy on local government fiscal stress.
NewsGlowing and Misting, Jenny Sabin's Lumen Installation Opens
Lumen was the winning project in the annual MoMA Young Architects Program competition and is a temporary outdoor installation at MoMA PS1.
Exhibition8/18–9/15 Rebecca Rutstein: Convergence
This survey of Rebecca Rutstein's (B.F.A. '93) recent work explores geometric abstraction inspired by science, data, and maps.
NewsBook Highlights Diverse Contributions to Party Wall
This Is Not A Wall intertwines personal accounts with critical texts written by the many disparate collaborators to CODA's Party Wall.
NewsFoo Wins 2017 KPF Traveling Fellowship
Foo will travel across the globe this summer to investigate one of "the most ubiquitous architectural materials in the world — concrete."
SpotlightImmigration Order: CU Updates and Resources
University resources and information about recent U.S. executive actions and statements relating to the travel ban and the DACA program.