In the Media

Monday, November 28, 2022

Cornell University Reappoints Architect J. Meejin Yoon as Dean of its College of Architecture

The Architect's Newspaper includes coverage of Yoon's tenure and reappointment in its daily digest.

Monday, November 28, 2022

Walkers in the City

The New York Times reviews Michael Kimmelman's new book of collected essays based on tours of New York City he took with architects, urban planners, and other experts, including CRP Professor Thomas J. Campanella.

Tuesday, November 22, 2022

J. Meejin Yoon Named to Second Term as Dean of Cornell University's College of Architecture, Art, and Planning

Architect Magazine reports the reappointment of Dean Yoon, the first woman to hold the position at Cornell.

Monday, November 21, 2022

Cornell AAP Reappoints Dean J. Meejin Yoon for a Second Term

Archinect reports that Yoon will begin her second term in January of 2024, extending for five years a tenure that brought "dramatic institutional change" to the campus.

Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Thank You For Your Feedback

Covering the challenges of effective community feedback in the city planning process, Vice cites a 2011 article by CRP Professor Thomas Campanella which equates modern urban planners with umpires in these scenarios.

Monday, November 7, 2022

A Climate Reckoning for U.S. Housing: Too Many Homes in Harm's Way, "Too Many Zeros" in the Costs

In a USA Today article examining how the changing climate is impacting where Americans live, CRP Assistant Professor Linda Shi notes that the reasons that people move are always multifaceted.

Friday, October 28, 2022

A Decade After Sandy, Manhattan's Flood Barrier Is Finally in Sight — Sort of

Grist reports on the history and current state of the project, and includes comments from CRP Assistant Professor Linda Shi who notes the challenges of this innovative design approach for other communities with less funding to work with.

Thursday, October 20, 2022

Promoting Inclusive Growth: We Know What Works

In a post for the Local Solutions Support Center, CRP Professor Mildred Warner explains how we can promote more inclusive growth by raising returns to labor.

Monday, October 17, 2022

Can $50 Million Make a Dull Brooklyn Office Park Cool?

In The New York Times, CRP Professor Thomas J. Campanella notes that he would miss the "gritty authenticity" of the old MetroTech, whose distinct late-1980s aesthetic is rapidly disappearing in the city.

Monday, October 17, 2022

After Hurricane Ian, Can Florida Residents Build Back Better?

In a USA Today report, CRP Assistant Professor Linda Shi discusses the geographic and financial challenges of rebuilding after Hurricane Ian.

Tuesday, October 11, 2022

Effort to Protect a Beacon of LGBTQ and Women's History in Ithaca

Spectrum News 1 covers Jeffry Iovannone's (M.A. HPP '23) work to preserve and document the building that housed a small, nationally significant lesbian, feminist press before it's under threat.

Monday, October 3, 2022

There Are 'No Easy Fixes' in Florida. But Could Hurricane Ian's Havoc Bring a Call for Better Planning?

Reporting by USA Today includes insights from CRP Assistant Professor Linda Shi on the challenge of building code improvements in Florida.

Tuesday, September 27, 2022

City Receives Policy Proposals for Airbnb Legislation

Josephine Ennis (M.R.P. '23), who has been working with the City of Ithaca planning department on STR legislation, presented two policy proposals that seek to preserve housing affordability and limit negative community impact.

Monday, September 19, 2022

Privatization Isn't the Answer to Jackson's Water Crisis

HuffPost covers the water crisis in Jackson, Mississippi, including comments from CRP Professor Mildred Warner that the proposed privatization would likely lead to other problems.

Tuesday, September 6, 2022

As Elections Near, Congestion Pricing Becomes Part of the Political Debate

A report on the proposal in Newsday includes comments from CRP Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who notes that congestion pricing benefits everyone.

Monday, August 22, 2022

More Lanes on the Turnpike Won't Solve Congestion

In an op-ed for The Jersey Journal, CRP Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein explains why a proposed $4.75-billion plan to fight congestion by adding more lanes to an 8-mile section of the New Jersey Turnpike won't work.

Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Cornell AAP Announces Eight New Faculty Members, Including Cross-Disciplinary Social Justice Cohort

The Architect's Newspaper covers incoming faculty and fellows in the departments of architecture, art, and planning.

Monday, August 8, 2022

The War Over Public Water in Pennsylvania

In an article exploring how Pennsylvania residents are battling corporations attempting to privatize their water systems, The Nation quotes CRP Professor Mildred Warner on issues impacting water affordability.

Thursday, August 4, 2022

The U.S. Should Bribe Homeowners to Accept Greater Density

In a Bloomberg Op-Ed, Eduardo Porter cites CRP Professor Sara Bronin's research which explored why simply lifting zoning bans on multifamily housing may not actually create more housing options.

Thursday, July 28, 2022

Debunking Stereotypes About Mobile Homes Could Make Them a New Face of Affordable Housing

The Conversation covers research by CRP Assistant Professor Linda Shi and colleagues exploring the misguided stereotypes that blind scholars and policymakers to the possibility that this widespread form of housing could provide.

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