Columbia GSAPP Reunion Weekend

Fri, May 31

Columbia GSAPP welcomes back alumni from class years ending in ‘4 and '9 to celebrate their reunion. Join us Friday, May 31 - Saturday, June 1, 2019 for a weekend of social gatherings, discussions, presentations, and professional development both on campus and around NYC.

Weekend Passes are available for $55 online.
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Keynote Speaker
Rosanne Haggerty '89 MSRED

Reunion Leadership
Raymond Irrera '54 B.Arch
Herbert Oppenheimer '54 B.Arch
Victor Body-Lawson '84 M.Arch
Suzanne Corcoran '89 MSRED
Elizabeth Costello '89 MSRED
Enrique Limon '94 MSAAD
Maria Julia Poratelli '94 MSAAD
Majid Jelveh '94 MSAUD
Savvas Sarafidis '99 MSAUD
Mehul J. Patel '04 MSRED
Chris Barley '09 M.Arch
Lemore Czeisler '09 MSRED
Karen Kubey '09 M.Arch
Justine Shapiro-Kline '14 M.Arch/MSUP

Organized by the Columbia GSAPP Alumni Board.

Friday, May 31

PUBLIC, 215 Chrystie Street, 17th Floor, NYC

7:00PM - 8:00PM
Dean's Welcome and Reunion Reception

8:00PM - 12PM
All Alumni Party

  • Keynote by Alumni Honoree Rosanne Haggerty '89 MSRED, President and Chief Executive Officer of Community Solutions
  • Onsite installations of end of year projects
  • Library Lounge of current GSAPP publications
Saturday, June 1

Reunion Program for Classes of '4s and '9s

9:30 to 11:00AM
Ware Lounge, Avery Hall Floor 6

  • Breakfast Reception and Faculty Presentations

11:15AM to 12PM
Schermerhorn Hall

12pm to 1:30pm
Avery Hall

  • Lunch and Class Photos

1:30 to 2:30 pm
Ross Gallery at the Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture

2:30 to 4:30 pm
The Forum

  • Walking Tour and Reception at the new Manhattanville campus, designed by Renzo Piano
Rosanne Haggerty ‘89 MSRED

Rosanne Haggerty is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Community Solutions. She is an internationally recognized leader in developing innovative strategies to end homelessness and strengthen communities. Community Solutions assists communities throughout the US and internationally in solving the complex housing problems facing their most vulnerable residents. Their large scale change initiatives include the 100,000 Homes and Built for Zero Campaigns to end chronic and veteran homelessness, and neighborhood partnerships that bring together local residents and institutions to change the conditions that produce homelessness. Earlier, she founded Common Ground Community, a pioneer in the design and development of supportive housing and research-based practices that end homelessness.

Ms. Haggerty was a Japan Society Public Policy Fellow, and is a MacArthur Foundation Fellow, Ashoka Senior Fellow, Hunt Alternative Fund Prime Mover and the recipient of honors including the Jane Jacobs Medal for New Ideas and Activism from the Rockefeller Foundation, Social Entrepreneur of the year from the Schwab Foundation, Cooper Hewitt/Smithsonian Design Museum’s National Design Award and Independent Sector’s John W. Gardner Leadership Award. She is a graduate of Amherst College and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.

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