Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and Planning (AAP)

The AAP Sibley Hall dome, Ithaca, New York.

The College of Architecture, Art, and Planning (AAP) at Cornell University is about acts of transformation. AAP comprises three departments across three campuses that bring students and faculty from around the world together to invent, explore, and produce new knowledge around the greatest challenges of our time with creativity, criticality, and care. Creativity means that we trust in processes of investigation and imagination and that our ideas translate to new possibilities and lasting impact. Our approaches to teaching and learning are driven by an engaged criticality that provides a forward-thinking perspective on compounded challenges we face as a generation of architects, artists, and planners committed to civil discourse, action, and positive change. The root from which our community expands and grows is a genuine care for one another — for our shared future that demands we understand our collective agency and the enormous value of our research, scholarship, and creative practices that build a more sustainable, just, and resilient world.

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