‘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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Real estate education at a ground level in London and Miami

Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate graduate students and faculty trekked far beyond the Ithaca campus for firsthand looks at current and shifting trends in urban development and the real estate industry in London, England, and Miami, Florida.

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CTI announces 2023 Active Learning Postdoctoral Fellowship recipients

The Active Learning Initiative has awarded three-year postdoctoral fellowships to three departments at Cornell. The fellows will work closely with department faculty to facilitate improvements in student learning by helping faculty research, develop, and implement new teaching materials and approaches.

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Collaboration brings healing, honoring garden to Akwe:kon

A new garden at Akwe:kon, established by students from the American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program and the Cornell Botanic Gardens, aims to honor Indigenous students and their connection to the land.

Einaudi seed grants finding fertile soil

A new cycle of Einaudi Center seed grants will help faculty from six colleges across Cornell tackle issues ranging from the health of endangered wild dogs to the spread of misinformation through social media.

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Embodied power at the river's edge: reimagining Indian Point

How do you solve a problem like a massive decommissioned nuclear power plant only 35 miles north of New York City with no clear future use? This semester, an architecture option studio at the Cornell Gensler Family AAP NYC Center is tackling this very question, imagining an evolution for the facility rather than a demolition.

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Knitted robotic textile promising for hand edema patients

Working with physicians at Weill Cornell Medicine and therapists at the Cayuga Medical Center, Cornell Hybrid Body Lab researchers have devised a knitted wearable technology that can ease discomfort caused by hand edema.