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Spring 2022: A Look Ahead

Following two years of extraordinary effort and resolve, flexibility, imagination, and creativity fuel the new semester.

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A Message from Dean Yoon

Acts of Imagination

AAP Dean Meejin Yoon looks toward the 2022 semester and year ahead.

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Social Equity and Engagement

Students engage with Black 'memory workers' in NYC

Students explore African American heritage sites and the people whose work keeps this history alive in Brownsville, Brooklyn as part of an interdisciplinary course taught by visiting critic Peter Robinson '98 and Riché Richardson, professor of Africana Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences as part of the Mellon Collaborative Studies in Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities.

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Creative and Critical Practices

Hugh Hayden, Surrealist Sculptor, Addresses the Education Debate

Featured in The New York Times, Hayden (B.Arch. '07), a multi-media artist, shares thoughts on his most ambitious project to date, Brier Patch, on display in NYC's Madison Square Park.

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Advancing Equity and Justice

Social Impact Searches

The College of Architecture, Art, and Planning (AAP) at Cornell University and its constituent departments recently launched six social impact searches for faculty who will together bring equity and justice to the forefront of AAP's efforts to build a more just, sustainable, and thriving world for all. 

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AAP Resources

COVID-19 Updates

Please visit AAP's resource for updated information about the spring 2022 semester restart.

a large metal structure with plants growing on it.
AAP News

Spring 2022: A Look Ahead

Following two years of extraordinary effort and resolve, flexibility, imagination, and creativity fuel the new semester.

A mural with a man wearing a suit with a number around his neck on a brick building.
Social Equity and Engagement

Students engage with Black 'memory workers' in NYC

Students explore African American heritage sites and the people whose work keeps this history alive in Brownsville, Brooklyn as part of an interdisciplinary course taught by visiting critic Peter Robinson '98 and Riché Richardson, professor of Africana Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences as part of the Mellon Collaborative Studies in Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities.

Grey, silver, white and gold shapes.
Advancing Equity and Justice

Social Impact Searches

The College of Architecture, Art, and Planning (AAP) at Cornell University and its constituent departments recently launched six social impact searches for faculty who will together bring equity and justice to the forefront of AAP's efforts to build a more just, sustainable, and thriving world for all. 

A large metal and glass structure making up the inside of a building.
A Message from Dean Yoon

Acts of Imagination

AAP Dean Meejin Yoon looks toward the 2022 semester and year ahead.

Unpainted wooden school desks with trees protruding from the top.
Creative and Critical Practices

Hugh Hayden, Surrealist Sculptor, Addresses the Education Debate

Featured in The New York Times, Hayden (B.Arch. '07), a multi-media artist, shares thoughts on his most ambitious project to date, Brier Patch, on display in NYC's Madison Square Park.

Grass, trees, and sidewalks with socially distancedi ndividuals as seen from above.
AAP Resources

COVID-19 Updates

Please visit AAP's resource for updated information about the spring 2022 semester restart.

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