SAVE the DATE March 16-17, 2017

The Department of Design and Environmental Analysis at Cornell University is excited to announce its 4th annual recruiting event, PURSUIT 2017. When: March 16-17, 2017 Where: Department of Design and Environmental Analysis at College of Human Ecology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. For details, please email Gretchen Strong, or call 607.255.2144.

Pursuit Recruiting Event 2016
Design firms across the country come to recruit from DEA

On April 15th over 10 design firms came from across the country to recruit students from DEA. Employers were looking for both full time and intern positions. After firms introduced themselves through a meet and greet, students received personal interviews to show off their design work. Firms in attendance included Ashley McGraw Architects, Chase Design, Gensler, Glen & Co Architecture and Design, HDR, Herman Miller, HLW, Hord Coplan Macht, Human Scale, and Perkings + Will.

Beyer Lecture and Student Awards
Guest Lecture: Jessica Cooper

The 2016 Beyer Lecture and Student Awards will be held on Wednesday, April 27th in the Physical Science Building 120. The reception will begin at 4:30pm, followed by the lecture at 5:00pm. This year features guest lecturer Jessica Cooper, Executive Vice President of Delos Solutions. “A Path Towards Holistic Sustainability, From Environmental to Human Health."

Steelcase student competition, NEXT
Lily Shi, Finalist

This was the third year of the Steelcase student competition, NEXT and there were more than 700 students and 60 programs participating in the competition. Each professor submitted two submissions from their independently taught studio class. From the completely anonymous judging process, the top five semifinalists were invited for presentations in front of judges at the Steelcase headquarters, Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Lily Shi, DEA'17 was selected as a finalist for her co-working space design project entitled, Spark. Learn more about the news. 

Bamboo-based build brings safe classroom to Dominican Republic

A versatile architectural technology has been adopted by sustainability-minded students to build bamboo-based hurricane- and earthquake-resistant structures where they’re needed most. Jack Elliot and students completed a test build in Cornell’s High Voltage Laboratory before erecting the structure in the Dominican Republic. Learn more about the news.



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