Digital campus guide makes Cornell Tech more accessible

Cornell Tech has launched a new digital guide highlighting the many cultural attributes of its campus on Bloomberg Connects, the free arts and cultural app created by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Scholar of architecture and race to visit campus in March

Renowned architect Mabel O. Wilson, widely recognized for her explorations of race, historical narratives, archives and the built environment, will visit campus as an A.D. White Professor-at-Large for a series of talks, classroom visits and seminars from March 4-8, including a keynote lecture on March 7.

Spring runway fashion show celebrates 40th on March 2

Undergraduate designers will make their fashion statements, and in many cases take a big career step, in the Cornell Fashion Collective’s 40th Spring Runway Show, to be held March 2 at 7 p.m. in Barton Hall.

Baker Program in Real Estate announces STEM designation

The Baker Program is proud to announce two new developments that enhance the value of its MPS-RE degree and open it up to students from a broad range of backgrounds.

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Multiple city hubs, dispersed parks keep metro areas cooler

“Polycentric” development patterns can mitigate the urban heat island effect by distributing urban density and curbing the sprawl of impervious surfaces, a Cornell analysis finds.

Building labor into architectural history

"Labor Un:Imagined," this semester's Preston H. Thomas Memorial Symposium, brings scholars together to explore how the field has addressed building labor in architectural history and pedagogy.

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Spring 2024: your essential guide to the semester ahead at AAP

The 2024 spring semester begins with a flurry of activity that will introduce new classes and workshops, showcase exemplary creativity and research, and bring a roster of exciting guests to AAP campuses in Ithaca, Rome, and New York City.

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NIH-funded initiative to study health disparities among rural youth in NY

With new funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Cornell faculty will investigate how SBHCs are not only leaving a positive impact on students, but also on the wider community’s well-being and public services across four counties in upstate New York.

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Housing futures NYC

AAP NYC architecture faculty Dana Getman and Steven Garcia and students in their fall studio not only asked how to keep pace with New York City's need for more affordable housing but also how to better the lives of people who live in the homes they design and the future they build.

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