Cornell-EDF projects to study extreme urban heat, ag sustainability

The Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability launches two new research partnerships with EDF. 

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National Mall installation invites public to ‘let freedom ring’

An interactive bell tower designed by Paul Ramírez Jonas is one of six artworks featured in “Beyond Granite: Pulling Together,” which aims to create a more inclusive commemorative landscape on the mall.

Library expands video streaming resources 

From Hollywood blockbusters to independent films, visual resources are just a couple of clicks away for Cornell students, faculty, and staff.

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Throwing shade: Model maps NYC street trees’ cooling benefits

Tree Folio NYC creates a high-resolution “digital twin” of New York City’s urban canopy, simulating how local conditions influence shading that is important to mitigating climate change and heat island effects.

Facilities division praises, applauds Cornell’s quiet heroes

The Division of Facilities and Campus Services met July 26 to commend and award their hard-working employees who keep the students, faculty and staff on campus safe, productive and successful.

New leadership and faculty join College of Architecture, Art, and Planning

The College of Architecture, Art, and Planning announces new leadership and faculty ahead of the fall 2023 semester. 

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‘Making Camp’ explores camping’s ironies, rewards

In a new book, landscape architect Martin Hogue investigates the history and evolution of recreational camping through the lens of its most important and familiar components.

Historic caftan augments a diverse fashion collection

The majestic robe owned by the iconic fashion editor André Leon Talley is the latest of several acquisitions that further diversify the Cornell Fashion + Textile Collection.

Cornell AAP faculty and alumni respond to the Venice Architecture Biennale's call to reflect and reimagine

Exploring themes of decolonization and decarbonization, the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale, curated by architect and scholar Lesley Lokko, centers the work of Africa and the African diaspora.

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