ASSOCIATE DEAN for RESEARCH ELIANA ABU-HAMDI

Research Support 

  • Lender Center for Social Justice, “Closing the Racial Wealth Gap through Environmental Justice and Participatory Design,”  (With Iman Fayyad, $102,285, May 2023).
  • GAHTC/Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Globalizing Architectural History and Design Pedagogy Workshop Series, ($100,000.00, Fall 2022).
  • CNY Corridor Signature Event Grant, Lines of Property Paper Workshop, (with Peter Christensen, Esra Akcan and Maria Gonzales Pendas, ($15,000, Fall 2022).

Scholarly Events

  • Respondent, Lines of Property Paper Workshop, Rochester University (May 2023).
  • Panel Organizer and Moderator, Dialogues Webinar, “Forms of Protest: Political Art in the Digital and Urban Realm,” sponsored by the International Journal of Islamic Architecture, (January 2023).
  • Co-organizer, and Moderator (with Valentina Rojas-Krause), SAH Roundtable, “Rebuilding Community,” SAH Annual Meeting (December 2022).
  • Co-organizer, and Moderator (with Kelema Lee Moses), Innovative Teaching Workshop, SAH Affiliate Group Meeting (October 2022).
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DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR LORI BROWN 

Research Support

Publications

Scholarly Events

  • Moderator and Co-organizer (with Esther Margulies, USC School of Architecture), “Exploring Access to Reproductive Justice,” USC Vision and Voices Initiative, Art, Activism, and Reproductive Rights: Creative Workshops, September 30, 2023.
  • Invited Panelist, “Rewriting the History of Women in Architecture and How it Changes Everything,” lecture by Despina Stratigakos, University of Pittsburgh, February 23, 2023.
  • Invited panelist, “50 Years after Roe v. Wade: Our Current Situation,” AIA New York, Center for Architecture, January 23, 2023.

Research Prize

  • Research Jury Prize (with Dr. Karen Burns), “Organizing Women Architects and Global Solidarity 1963-1988: The International Union of Women Architects and The Cold War Divide,” The Board of the International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA) Center, ($5000).

Media Mentions

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR GREG CORSO and ASSISTANT PROFESSOR MOLLY HUNKER 

Funded Research

  • Exhibit Columbus, “Side Effects,”  Side Effects learns from two qualities of Columbus’ special design legacy—the high-contrast patterns developed by Alexander Girard and the indoor-outdoor continuity deployed by Modernist architectural design—to strengthen the visual and social connection in spaces downtown. This installation also offers a new identity and potential for use at the space on Washington Street ($30,000, Spring 2022).
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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IMAN FAYYAD

Funded Research

Design/Research Award

PROFESSOR MARK LINDER

Media Mentions

  • “Can AI Solve Architecture Problems?” Syracuse University Magazine, by Rob Enslin, Fall 2023 (full article).
  • Can AI Solve Architectural Problems?” by Rob Enslin, June 28, 2023.
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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR JESS MYERS

Funded Research

  • New York Council for the Arts (NYSCA), “Here There Be Dragons: Odes(s)a, Film, Media and New Technology,” documentary podcast that explores contemporary urban territories and engages listeners in the concept of security narratives. Season four is about Odesa, Ukraine (November 2023. $10,000).
  • SOURCE Research Assistant Grant (October 2023, $14,000).
  • The Architecture League Prize, NY, “Here There Be Dragons: Odes(s)a,” resident-led, the podcast’s framing comes from common descriptors from those interviewed, enhanced by sound design. Together, these interviews reveal a complex post-occupancy study of the policies, designs, and social histories that shape cities (July $10,000).

Publications

  • Eclipsed on the Omnibus,” Urban Omnibus A publication of the Architectural League of New York, September 13, 2023.
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    ASSOCIATE DEAN KYLE MILLER

    Publications

  • Co-Editor with Molly Hunker, Building Practice (Applied Research and Design, 2022).
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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR HANNIBAL NEWSOM

Funded Research

  • Arkell Museum & Canajoharie Library, the Canajoharie Library provides literary, entertainment, and information resources, and promotes the active use of these resources, for recreation, education, and community engagement (ongoing, $12,000).
  • Brady Farm, The Farm’s mission is to provide affordable, locally grown produce throughout the community. we strive to be environmentally and economically sustainable, and offer education, and workforce development (ongoing, $74,000).