Kent Hubbell, B.Arch. '69, is returning to the architecture faculty after serving for 15 years as Cornell's dean of students, a tenure marked by his concern and support for students' well-being.
Cornell and Tokyo governmental researchers have found the city's cap-and-trade program achieved more than a 20 percent reduction in emissions.
Associate professor of city and regional planning Thomas Campanella will engage Cornell students in research in his role as New York City Department of Parks and Recreation historian-in-residence.
Students in a College of Human Ecology station class created three sets of designs for a new 4,200-square-foot wing addition to an overcrowded Honduran infant hospital.
Thirty-three seniors from Cornell's seven undergraduate colleges are honored as Merrill Presidential Scholars in ceremony May 25 in Willard Straight Hall Memorial Room.
A 10-day journey to cities in the Brazilian rainforest gave students a firsthand look at the complexities of urbanization in the Amazon, as part of the interdisciplinary seminar Forest Cartographies.
Artist and design and environmental analysis professor Jack Elliott has created a tree sculpture, "Animus," to draw attention to climate justice, the focus of a conference on campus May 24-25.
Anna Mascorella, a doctoral student in the History of Architecture and Urban Development program, will spend 10 months in Italy with support from a Luigi Einaudi Fellowship for Dissertation Research.
Lynn Ross, MRP '01, detailed her journey as a planner, from her earliest interest in the field to her current position in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, during a talk April 22.