Walter Isard Memorial

Kieran Donaghy, CRP professor and department chair, during the opening remarks of the Walter Isard Memorial Symposium.
Kieran Donaghy, CRP professor and department chair, during the opening remarks of the Walter Isard Memorial Symposium.
Walter Isard's daughter Toni and son Peter.
Walter Isard's daughter Toni and son Peter.
Walter Isard's grandsons,Thomas and Nick Yogada, and daughter, Toni Isard Yogada, react to presentations.
Walter Isard's grandsons,Thomas and Nick Yogada, and daughter, Toni Isard Yogada, react to presentations.
CRP Professor Iwan Azis speaks with Professor Emeritus Sid Saltzman.
CRP Professor Iwan Azis speaks with Professor Emeritus Sid Saltzman.
(Left to right) Nij Tontisirin, Sutee Anantsuksomsri, Inka Yusgiantoro, and Supree Srisamran
(Left to right) Nij Tontisirin, Sutee Anantsuksomsri, Inka Yusgiantoro, and Supree Srisamran
Grandsons Thomas Yagoda and Nick Yagoda, daughter Toni Isard Yagoda, son Peter Isard, and grandson Jeremy Isard.
Grandsons Thomas Yagoda and Nick Yagoda, daughter Toni Isard Yagoda, son Peter Isard, and grandson Jeremy Isard.
Kieran Donaghy, CRP professor and department chair, during the opening remarks of the Walter Isard Memorial Symposium. Walter Isard's daughter Toni and son Peter. Walter Isard's grandsons,Thomas and Nick Yogada, and daughter, Toni Isard Yogada, react to presentations. CRP Professor Iwan Azis speaks with Professor Emeritus Sid Saltzman. (Left to right) Nij Tontisirin, Sutee Anantsuksomsri, Inka Yusgiantoro, and Supree Srisamran Grandsons Thomas Yagoda and Nick Yagoda, daughter Toni Isard Yagoda, son Peter Isard, and grandson Jeremy Isard.

Walter Isard, professor emeritus of economics and city and regional planning at Cornell University, member of the United States National Academy of Sciences, and founder of the field of regional science and peace science, died on November 6, 2010. To honor Professor Isard, his many contributions to science and humanity, and his legacy, a memorial service and celebration of his life will be held on campus.

Memorial Service

Sage Chapel, 10 a.m.–12 p.m.

Lewis Auditorium, Goldwin Smith Hall, 2–5 p.m.