Thursday, October 8, 2015

Ho Fine Arts Library: A Body of Books

AAP is designing a new home for the Fine Arts Library, made possible by a generous gift from AAP alumna Mui Ho '62 (B.Arch. '66). Full Story

Carnicero and students
Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Carnicero Leads Weeklong Workshop in Venice

Carnicero's workshop, titled Multifunctional Space at the Former Slaughterhouse in Madrid, was held at Università Iuav di Venezia. Full Story

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Planning Student Awarded Rockefeller Grant to Research Gender Dimensions of Climate Vulnerability

Sarah Dougherty (M.R.P. '16) plans to use the grant to research and coauthor a paper on climate change vulnerability and resilience planning in Indonesia. Full Story

Work by Greg Page
Monday, October 5, 2015

Page's Global Backyard On Display at Ink Shop in Ithaca

Motifs From the Global Backyard, Greg Page's exhibit of large-scale prints of plant life from around the world, is on display through October 31. Full Story

HPP students
Thursday, October 1, 2015

HPP Students Show Support for Local African-American Landmark

Students and faculty gathered outside the original meeting place of Alpha Phi Alpha to show their support for restoring the historic building in Ithaca. Full Story

Thursday, October 1, 2015

From @cornellaap

AAP NYC cited by President Garrett as successful linkage between Ithaca and NYC. #ns

Caroline O'Donnell
Wednesday, September 30, 2015

O'Donnell's CODA Named Emerging Firm in Architectural Review

CODA was selected as one of a group of firms that represents "fresh and stimulating projects" and "global new talent" in the annual list. Full Story

MIlstein Hall cantilever connecting Sibley and Rand halls
Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Milstein Hall at Cornell University, New York, by OMA

A close look at OMA's Milstein Hall and the historical architecture that surrounds it on the Cornell Arts Quad. The Architectural Review

Monday, September 28, 2015

CRP Receives Engaged Cornell Advancement Grant

A group of six faculty received a grant to advance "existing community-engaged courses that articulate a clear goal for further development of their program." Full Story

Friday, September 25, 2015

B.F.A. Work Selected for Inaugural Student Works Biennial

Two intaglio prints by Vittoria Cutbirth (B.F.A. '16) were included in the contest which was organized by William Paterson University. Full Story

Graphic of U.S. map
Friday, September 25, 2015

2015's Most and Least Recession-Recovered Cities

CRP Assistant Professor Michael Manville comments on the influence local officials have in making cities more recession proof. WalletHub

film title
Friday, September 25, 2015

Skaggs Wins Architectural Film Award for 78 Hours

78 Hours took first prize in the 2015 Henning Larsen Foundation film competition, which aimed to revitalize the use of architecture on film. Full Story

gallery exhibit
Tuesday, September 22, 2015

AAP Exhibition is the First in U.S. to Showcase Architectural Drawings from Berlin Museum

The exhibition Treasury, Legacy: A Museum for Architectural Drawing features 60 drawings from the new Museum for Architectural Drawing in Berlin. Full Story

Sharon Hayes
Monday, September 21, 2015

Sharon Hayes: Women's Liberation is a Lesbian Plot and Other Anachronisms

Fall 2015 Teiger Mentor in the Arts Sharon Hayes engages multiple mediums in ongoing investigation into intersections between history, politics, and speech. Full Story

Article image from WSKG
Monday, September 21, 2015

First Five: Early Learning and the Bottom Line

CRP Professor Mildred Warner joins a panel of speakers to address the economic impacts and benefits of early childhood education. WSKG

Intern in Mexico
Monday, September 21, 2015

CRP Summer Internships: From Mexico to Cleveland

Thirty five students participated in the summer 2015 M.R.P./M.A. Cooperative Internship Program, working in locations across the country and around the globe. Full Story

Association volume 7
Monday, September 14, 2015

Association Publishes Volume 7

Volume 7 highlights interdisciplinary connectivity, featuring many projects with key collaborations between AAP and non-AAP students. Full Story

Schmidt and others in a garden in front of a building
Monday, September 14, 2015

Schmidt Organizes Data Collection Training Workshop in Tanzania

The workshop aimed to improve the capability of partner institutions to gather data, conduct spatial analysis, and monitor and evaluate programs and projects. Full Story

book cover
Monday, September 14, 2015

Second Edition of Ochshorn's Structural Elements for Architects and Builders Published

The expanded edition includes an introduction to statics and strength of materials, an examination of loads, and other new sections. Full Story

Friday, September 11, 2015

AAP Students Named Rawlings Cornell Presidential Research Scholars

Students from art and CRP are among the 23 rising juniors who will receive funding for individual research projects. Full Story

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