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NewsArchitecture Faculty's Firm Wins Unbuilt Design Award
The firm of Visiting Critic Dasha Khapalova, architecture, won a Best of Design Award for a proposal that reopens an inaccessible park in Lower Manhattan.
NewsEmeritus Professor of Art Stephen Poleskie Dies at 81
Stephen Poleskie, professor emeritus, art, died Dec. 21, 2019, he was 81. Poleskie, an internationally known artist and writer, taught at Cornell for 32 years.
Exhibition1/27–3/10 Stephanie Syjuco: Citizens
This exhibition features work by Stephanie Syjuco that probes philosophical and historical definitions of what it means to be a "citizen."
Lecture1/29 Róisín Heneghan: Work
Roisin Heneghan is an architect and cofounder of Heneghan Peng Architects, a practice working with landscape, urban planning, and architecture with offices in
NewsIn Global South, Building Sewers May Spur Health, Economy
According to new research by CRP's Victoria Beard, cities should invest in sewage systems and phase out on-site methods of human waste management.
NewsA Journey in Space and Thought with Aboriginal Artist Jonathan Jones
Visiting Aboriginal artist Jonathan Jones engaged AAP students, faculty, and local Native Americans in a deep cultural exchange, both on- and off-campus.
NewsSoftware Helps Planners Design Walkable Cities
Urbano, new software launched by Timur Dogan, employs data, metrics, and an easy-to-use interface to help incorporate walkability features into urban design.
In the NewsWater Pollution: Is the Quality of Piped Water in Urban India Getting Any Better?
Associate Dean of Research Victoria A. Beard was quoted in a story about a controversial report on the quality and safety of piped water across cities in India.