Joseph Reigle

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  • B.S. URS 2020
  • Hometown

    Binghamton, New York

Joseph Reigle is graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Urban and Regional Studies from Cornell. A lifelong native of upstate New York, Joseph is passionate about community engagement and participatory planning methods. He has been involved in several community-based workshops and projects, including a Design Connect project in his hometown of Binghamton, New York, and a neighborhood study of Prenestino in Rome through the Cornell in Rome workshop.

Joseph served as Community Relations Coordinator for the Cornell University Sustainable Design (CUDS) where he worked on strengthening community partnerships for a student-led project researching Ithaca's goal to reach carbon neutrality by 2030. Currently, he is the Resource Curation and Interfaith Partnerships Fellow through the Chesterton House, which serves as the center for Christian studies at Cornell.

Prior to attending Cornell, Joseph received an Associate of Arts and Sciences from SUNY Broome Community College in 2018.

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