News and Events
In the NewsCornell Symposium Looks at Architecture and Construction Post-Waste
A Cornell symposium organized by Caroline O'Donnell urged practitioners, educators, and students to imagine how a world without waste would be designed.
Function3/29 Dragon Day 2019
Every year in March, an enormous dragon created by first-year architecture students parades across campus. Watch this year's parade live!
NewsFrantz Continues Fracking Work in the Classroom and in the Field
A fall class taught by George Frantz, associate professor of the practice in CRP, was the most recent chapter in his involvement with the fracking debate.
NewsStudent Team Receives 2019 ULI Hines Honorable Mention
Student redesign of a site in Cincinnati, Ohio receives an honorable mention in the annual ULI Hines competition.
Exhibition3/6–4/11 Nathan Friedman: Attending Limits: The Constitution and Upkeep of the U.S.–Mexico Border
This exhibition presents recent work by Nathan Friedman (B.Arch. '09) that studies the U.S.–Mexico boundary through a history of its material artifacts.
Lecture4/9 Elizabeth Diller Talk
The 2019 L. Michael Goldsmith Lecture features Elizabeth Diller of Diller Scofidio and Renfro and will be held on the Cornell Tech Campus on April 9.
Lecture4/11 Ethan Greenbaum: Artist Talk
In addition to exhibiting widely in the U.S. and Europe, New York City–based artist Ethan Greenbaum is a cofounder and editor of an online arts journal.
Function4/11–4/13 Department of Architecture Career Days 2019
The Department of Architecture's Career Days include formal, on-campus interviews with individual students.