Award for CSUD
A school in Johannesburg, which was developed by the student-led CUSD, has won an award.
Peace Corps and Cornell
Carrie Hessler-Radelet, acting director of the Peace Corps visited Cornell.
ULI/Hines honorable mention
A multidisciplinary team of Cornell students receives recognition in the annual urban design and development contest.
Ed Bacon Award
Five Cornell graduate students received first prize in the Ed Bacon Student Design Competition.
Kent Kleinman is reappointed to second term as AAP dean.
A book by Jeffrey Chusid focuses on Frank Lloyd Wright's Freeman House
Trip to Honduras
CRP students and faculty travel to Honduras to study water treatment plants.
Air quality research
Kieran Donaghy researches the impact of globalization on air quality
Upstate New York American Planning Association board visits Sibley Hall
Rem Koolhaas visits as the auditorium nears completion
Owego flood damage
Cornell students reach out to help neighbors.
USDA grant awarded
Manville joins CRP faculty
CRP grad program kudos
Planetizen ranks the program number two
Michael Tomlan: Preserving the Sacred
An excavation site in Rakhigarhi, India.
Ratan Tata joined Arjun Appadurai and Kent Kleinman to discuss the implications of the Nano car.
Nano exhibition opens
Unpacking the Nano opens at the Herbert F. Museum of Art
The Unpacking the Nano exhibition team installs a heavy vinyl balloon
Cornell students win first place in the Ed Bacon Design Competition for their world fair of the future entry.
Students visit Mexico
Martin Romo looks out over Nuevo Juan de Grijalva, Mexico
Walter Isard dies
Founder of regional science dies at 91.
Unpacking the Nano explores the environmental, social, economic, and cultural impact of the $2,500 car
CRP 75th Anniversary
Alumni, students, faculty, and staff gather for the anniversary celebration
Workers in Rand Hall near a new elevator shaft
Cornell benefactor Paul Milstein died at age 88.
“Songdo IBD: New-City Development in the Korean Peninsula”
Kent Kleinman, Michael Manville, and Jenny Sabin spoke at the Cornell International Summit: Hospitality, Real Estate, and the Built Environment held in Shanghai. [Full story]CRP faculty news updates — Friday, May 3, 2013
Recent awards and recognitions for CRP faculty. [Full story]Student sustainability group wins award for South Africa school project — Thursday, April 11, 2013
An early childhood development center in Johannesburg, South Africa, which was developed by the student-led Cornell University Sustainable Design, has won an award from Architizer, an international architecture website. [Full story]Peace Corps and Cornell renew, expand relationship — Friday, April 5, 2013
Peace Corps Acting Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet visited Cornell on April 5 to talk about relationships: bonds between volunteers and the people in their host countries, and partnerships between the Peace Corps and Cornell. [Full story]Parking Is Hell: A New Freakonomics Radio Podcast — Thursday, March 14, 2013
CRP assistant professor Michael Manville's paper, "The Price Doesn’t Matter if You Don’t Have to Pay: Legal Exemptions and Market-Priced Parking," was cited in a Freakonomics podcast titled, "Parking is Hell." [Freakonomics]Cornell team receives honorable mention in urban design competition — Monday, March 11, 2013
A multidisciplinary team of Cornell students has received honorable mention in the 2013 ULI Gerald D. Hines Urban Design Competition. [Full story]
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