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Environment and Sustainability

Who Will Pay To Protect Tech Giants From Rising Seas?

City and Regional Planning's Linda Shi spoke with NPR about the impact of sea level rise on vulnerable residents in the Bay Area, where big tech companies like Facebook and Google also have much at stake. 

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Urbanism and Development

Biking, Walking Trails Could See Benefits from Proposed Infrastructure Bill

Transportation planner Nicholas J. Klein, Assistant Professor in CRP, weighs in on the Biden administration's infrastructure package that could help shift gears in how we travel, for ABC affiliate KGUN-9 Tuscon.

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Announcement

Anderson Named Faculty Director of Cornell AAP's Bachelor of Architecture Program

Sean Anderson (B.Arch./B.S. HAUD '96), an architect, scholar, and curator widely recognized for timely and provocative exhibitions of architecture and design at the Museum of Modern Art, begins a dual role as Associate Professor of Architecture and Director of the Bachelor of Architecture Program this summer.

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Feature

The Urban Everyday

Sophie Oldfield, incoming faculty and chair of the Department of City and Regional Planning shares experiences and thoughts on global differences, commonalities, and the complexity of urban life across layered geographies. Oldfield officially joins the department on January 1, 2022.

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Feature

How Do We Make a Public?

The Department of Art's incoming faculty and chair, Paul Ramírez Jonas, discusses art practice, public exchange, and pedagogy. 

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Feature

Bridging Worlds

The Department of Architecture's incoming chair, Caroline O'Donnell, on the discipline's unique ability to shape-shift and as design interfaces with environmental conditions, performance, and modes of communication. 

A person standing on a jetty surrounded by grass and the ocean.
Environment and Sustainability

Who Will Pay To Protect Tech Giants From Rising Seas?

City and Regional Planning's Linda Shi spoke with NPR about the impact of sea level rise on vulnerable residents in the Bay Area, where big tech companies like Facebook and Google also have much at stake. 

A man wearing a suit and tie with arms folded.
Announcement

Anderson Named Faculty Director of Cornell AAP's Bachelor of Architecture Program

Sean Anderson (B.Arch./B.S. HAUD '96), an architect, scholar, and curator widely recognized for timely and provocative exhibitions of architecture and design at the Museum of Modern Art, begins a dual role as Associate Professor of Architecture and Director of the Bachelor of Architecture Program this summer.

A giant wooden horse in the center of a room surrounded by people walking by.
Feature

How Do We Make a Public?

The Department of Art's incoming faculty and chair, Paul Ramírez Jonas, discusses art practice, public exchange, and pedagogy. 

a cyclist riding down a green path toward an overpass
Urbanism and Development

Biking, Walking Trails Could See Benefits from Proposed Infrastructure Bill

Transportation planner Nicholas J. Klein, Assistant Professor in CRP, weighs in on the Biden administration's infrastructure package that could help shift gears in how we travel, for ABC affiliate KGUN-9 Tuscon.

A yellow car driving down a city street with street lights and people on the side of the road.
Feature

The Urban Everyday

Sophie Oldfield, incoming faculty and chair of the Department of City and Regional Planning shares experiences and thoughts on global differences, commonalities, and the complexity of urban life across layered geographies. Oldfield officially joins the department on January 1, 2022.

A bridge like metal structure with two people walking side by side.
Feature

Bridging Worlds

The Department of Architecture's incoming chair, Caroline O'Donnell, on the discipline's unique ability to shape-shift and as design interfaces with environmental conditions, performance, and modes of communication. 

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