Tamara Jamil (B.Arch. '15)
Tamara Jamil (right) is one of 23 Cornell students serving as local volunteer firefighters.
Studio Art Tour
Cornell alumni visited four New York City artists who are also AAP alumni.
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.
AAP mourns loss
Architecture Professor Christian F. Otto died March 27 at age 72.
Cornell Journal of Architecture
Issue 9 looks at architecture's enduring love affair with another discipline in its new issue, Mathematics.
Dragon Day 2013
First-year architects go for Dragon Day record. See the parade at 1 p.m. today.
Dadi exhibits work
Art department chair Iftikhar Dadi is part of a group exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor.
AAP mourns loss
Assistant professor of Architecture Kevin Pratt dies at age 43.
Assistant Professor Caroline O'Donnell wins MoMA PS1's Young Architect's Program competition.
2013 Institute Honor Award
Milstein Hall recevies top AIA award.
Ed Bacon Award
Five Cornell graduate students received first prize in the Ed Bacon Student Design Competition.
Hartell Graduate Award
The 2012 award went to two M.F.A. students.
Mellon grant awarded
The Mellon Foundation awarded $1.4 million to Cornell for collaborative studies in architecture, urbanism, and the humanities.
Siena and Close
Chuck Close and James Siena discussed their work during the Eli Broad Lecture.
Walker Library tour
A group of AAP NYC students and alumni received a private tour of the library
Olive Tjaden Gallery and Experimental Gallery, in Tjaden Hall
Lebbeus Woods, dead at 72
World-renowned architect visits AAP
Kent Kleinman is reappointed to second term as AAP dean.
Milstein Hall has received LEED Gold Certification.
Jenny Sabin and Nike
Sabin demonstrates the potential of soft textile-based architecture.
Cornell Council for the Arts seeks project proposals
Bean Prize winners
Five art students win prize to study abroad
Ashkin receives Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant
Katie MacDonald (B.Arch. ‘13) and Kyle Schumann (B.Arch. ’13) were selected as semi-finalists in the Design Museum Boston’s Street Seats Design Challenge. [Full story]Hospitality, real estate in China set to boom, summit finds — Friday, May 10, 2013
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]B.Arch. among student volunteer firefighters who gladly take the heat — Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Tamara Jamil (B.Arch. ’15) has been a volunteer member of the Cayuga Heights Fire Department for 13 months as a way to give back to the community. [Full story]A fresh wall of sustainability — Thursday, April 18, 2013
Architecture students install hydroponic growing system in local restaurant. [Full story]Alumni treated to studio art tour in NYC — Monday, April 15, 2013
A group of Cornell alumni recently toured the studios of four New York City artists and AAP graduates beginning with a visit to a sculptor in the South Bronx and ending with a painter on the Lower East Side. [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]
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