Author Archives: Sean Weiss

Professor Williamson Featured in Webinar

SSA Chair and Associate Professor June Williamson participated in the “Suburbs for Everyone” webinar for Smart Growth Online. The series is organized by the Maryland Department of Planning with the Congress for the New Urbanism and is funded by the U.S. EPA Office of Sustainable Communities. The webinar addresses how the suburbs are ground zero

Spitzer Students Selected as Climate Policy Fellows

SSA B Arch students Isabella Joseph, Aparna Ramanathan Ramesh, and Violet Nash Greenberg are among the inaugural 2019-2020 cohort of Climate Policy Fellows at CCNY’s Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership. This new program draws its fellows from CCNY architecture, engineering, science, and social science majors. The fellows will participate in workshops culminating in paid internships in Summer 2020

Spitzer Opens its Doors to the Public in October

The SSA welcomes the public to visit the school for a series of exciting events in the month of October.   Scheduled tours of the Solar RoofPod & Harlem Garden for Urban Food will take place on Saturday Oct. 19th, in conjunction with Open House New York. For more information, click here. Are you interested

Professor Llonch to Speak in Argentina

Professor Fabian Llonch will present a lecture at the Mundaneum XIV in Mendoza, Argentina, from October 1 to 5. For more information click here.   City College hosted Mundaneum XIII in April 2019.

Marta Gutman Speaks at the 2019 ASLA, AIA, APA Annual Conference

Professor Marta Gutman will present the paper “A New Deal for New York City” in the session,“History: Influences from the Past, The Big Picture: Large-Scale Developments in NYC” at the AIA-ASLA-APA Conference. The conference will take place at New York City’s Center for Architecture on Friday September 13, 2019.

B Arch Students Win Second Place in ACSA Timber in the City Competition

B Arch students Danny Medina, Cesar Soto, and Daniel Olayiwola Akinsulire won second place in the ACSA Timber in the City Competition. Their project, Re-Gen Growth, was undertaken in Prof. Suzan Wines’s spring 2019 advanced studio, Timber in the City: Urban Habitat. Re-Gen Growth proposes a mixed-used development with residential apartments, an early childhood education