Nagel delivering presentation in in the Chapel of Thanksgiving

M Arch Student Presents at Association for Community Design Conference

Avi Nagel M Arch ’19 presented at the 40th annual Association for Community Design (ACD) conference in June in Dallas, Texas. Nagel’s presentation, “NYC Million Trees, and an Open Urban Forest,” used the TreeCensus open-source database and asked for ideas on pairing cloud-based GIS integration with community participation to create more transparency in selecting planting locations. The Spitzer School of


photo from WX reception

Class of ’17 WX Women Executives in Real Estate Scholarship Recipients

Six architecture graduates from the class of 2017 were awarded the prestigious WX Women Executives in Real Estate Scholarship. Congratulations to Bachelor of Architecture students Cindy Santamaria, Justyna Drozdz, Peiying Jiang, Vionna Wai, and Wei Ying Zhang, and Master of Architecture student Kathleen Bender! The WX Scholars Program’s goal is to encourage and support bright and talented young women pursuing careers


PLOT Volume 6: Cloud

Student editors from MLA class of 2018: Anna Ceraulo Jalazo, Robynne Heymans, Kate Jirasiratham, Kenia Pittman, Sarah Toth

Featuring curated submissions by students, faculty, artists, and practitioners, Volume 6 explores the theme of CLOUD. The content is developed by the second-year MLA student editorial board in collaboration with faculty advisor Catherine Seavitt Nordenson and designer Isaac Gertman. Contributions to this issue examine the ephemeral phenomenon of the CLOUD, a speculation on that mass