News and Events
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.
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.
NewsPreston Thomas Memorial Symposium Expands Earth Art in Theory and Practice
This fall's Preston Thomas Memorial Symposium celebrated the 50th anniversary of Cornell's Earth Art exhibition and addressed current environmental issues.
NewsInformed Decision-Making and Design: Big Data Applications from the Classroom to the Smart City
As increasing amounts of data are available to the public, the ability to analyze and act on such data is a specialized skill gaining in importance.
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.
NewsArchitecture Announces the Hiring of Felix Heisel
Heisel's work centers on the systematic rethinking of our built environment as resource storage in a sustainable cycle of use and reconfiguration.
NewsSuzanne Lanyi Charles's Research Featured in Recent Publications
CRP's Suzanne Lanyi Charles recently published two papers stemming from her ongoing research on the post-crisis financialization of single-family housing.
NewsCornell NOMAS Takes Second Place in Design Competition
A project by the AAP National Organization for Minority Architects Students (NOMAS) won second place in the annual NOMA student design competition.