Warner and Costa Rica delegation
Friday, July 24, 2015

Warner Discusses Family Poverty with Costa Rica Delegation

CRP's Mildred Warner met with Costa Rica's vice president and other representatives to discuss strategies for addressing poverty among families. Full Story

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

From @cornellaap

Maria Park exhibits work @MTProjects_NY July 23-Aug 31, reception opening night #ns

Rendering of the stacks with the winding stairs and students at tables in the foreground.
Monday, July 20, 2015

Sculptural Stacks

Cornell University's planned Ho Fine Arts Library will feature a technology-driven design that hopes to balance digital databases with the printed word. Metropolis

Suzanne Lanyi Charles,
Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Charles Joins CRP and Baker Program

Charles worked as an architect, and her research received grants from HUD and from the Real Estate Academic Initiative at Harvard University. Full Story

AAP Executive Education High Line tour
Monday, July 13, 2015

AAP Launches International Executive Education Program

Twenty-two design professionals from China enrolled in AAP's first executive education program this summer, taking place in New York City and Ithaca. Full Story

Detail of design by Timur Dogan
Monday, June 22, 2015

Dogan, Expert in Sustainable Design, Joins Architecture Faculty

Dogan investigates the intersections of architecture, sustainability, building performance simulation, and computational design. Full Story

Jello Pavilion structure created in Lorena Del Río's seminar
Friday, June 19, 2015

Jello Pavilion Featured in ArchDaily

Student work from Visiting Assistant Professor Lorena Del Río's A Journey Into Plastics seminar was selected as an example of best studio projects worldwide. Full Story

Detail of installation by Peter Gerakaris
Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Alumnus Creates Tropical Installation for Cornell Tech

Artist Peter Gerakaris, (B.F.A. '03), creates an installation for Cornell Tech's 1,700-square-foot exhibition space. Full Story

Friday, June 12, 2015

State's Tax Cap Must be Tweaked

Op-ed piece by Professor Mildred Warner calling for reform to the New York State tax cap before the state legislature votes to renew. Times Union

Friday, June 12, 2015

Another Voice: Municipalities Need Flexibility on Property Tax Cap

Outcomes from Professor Mildred Warner's research on responses to fiscal stress were discussed during a legislative conference in Albany. The Buffalo News

Friday, June 12, 2015

Clarence S. Stein Institute Names Fellowship Recipients

Awards are given each year to projects related to the ideas of Clarence S. Stein that fall into the categories of research, teaching, or community service. Full Story

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

From @cornellaap

Elizabeth Garrett visits Cornell in Rome and tours the palazzo the program is relocating to next year #ns

Wednesday, June 1, 2015–June 6, 2015

Frances M. Shloss: Travels

During the past 30 years Frances M. Shloss has painted more than 500 small-scale watercolor vignettes of cities around the world. Full Story

Joel Perlman (B.F.A. ’65)
Wednesday, June 5, 2015–June 6, 2015

Joel Perlman: 50th Reunion Sculptures

A collection of pedestal-size bronze sculptures by Joel Perlman (B.F.A. '65) were featured in the Bibliowicz Family Gallery, Milstein Hall. Full Story

Yolanda Cole and Mildred Warner on discussion panel
Thursday, June 4, 2015

The Real Challenge for Cities: What Happens When Millennials Have Babies and the Suburbs Beckon?

Professor Mildred Warner examines the benefits of city housing options during a panel discussion in Washington, DC, hosted by the Urban Land Institute. The Washington Post

Thursday, June 4, 2015

From @cornellaap

Alex Mergold @ausmer joins panel discussion at BOSI on 6/9 for The Invisible Cities. Learn more #ns

Friday, May 29, 2015

From @cornellaap

Photos from spring 2015 architecture final reviews! #ns

Thursday, May 28, 2015

From @cornellaap

Congrats to the 2015-16 Eidlitz Traveling Fellowship recipients! #ns

Pulp Canopy by Katie Donahue
Wednesday, May 20, 2015

M.Arch.II Student Wins Architectural Installation Contest

Katie Donahue's (M.Arch.II '15) The Pulp Canopy is the winner of the Bigger than a Breadbox, Smaller than a Building competition. Full Story

Work by Rosebelle Tenaglia
Wednesday, May 20, 2015

B.F.A. Wins $5,000 Canvas Wine Scholarship

Work by Rosebelle Tenaglia (B.F.A. '16) will be featured on the wine labels of select bottles of Pinot Grigio. Full Story

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