Anamika Goyal spoke on a panel at the 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women March 13-14, an annual gathering of global leaders focusing on the status of rights of women and girls.
"Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue," an exhibition exploring the history and significance of wedding dresses, runs through July 31 in the Human Ecology Building.
In the documentary "Reversing Oblivion," screening on campus March 21, filmmaker Ann Michel '77 searches for her roots as architecture students help reimagine her family's farm estate in Poland.
A new multidisciplinary collaborative research graduate degree program at Cornell will combine architectural research with study in material computation, adaptive architecture and digital fabrication.
Assistant professor of architecture Jenny Sabin has won the MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program design competition for "Lumen," a pavilion opening this summer at PS1 in Long Island City.
Cornell in Rome will celebrate its 30th anniversary in March, gathering program alumni, faculty and friends including architect Peter Eisenman for tours, panel discussions and receptions.
An Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant of $1.1 million will extend the interdisciplinary seminar series Mellon Collaborative Studies in Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities, established in 2014.
Professor and chair of city and regional planning Susan Christopherson, known for her scholarly work and expertise on regional economic development, died Dec. 14, 2016, following a battle with cancer. She was 69.
Reimagining a future for a neglected rural estate in Poland once in Ann Michel '77's family, students in a fall 2015 architecture design studio are featured in her documentary "Reversing Oblivion."