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Course Requirements: Graduate Level Courses (300 and 3000) for E-SPCI Ph.D candidates only.
Research Areas: Climate
School: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Season: Spring
Faculty Host: Brian F. Farrell
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Course Requirements: Graduate Level Courses (300 and 3000) for E-SPCI Ph.D candidates only.
Research Areas: Climate, Ecology and Biodiversity
School: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Season: Spring, Fall
Faculty Host: Ann Pearson
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Course Requirements: Graduate Level Courses (300 and 3000) for E-SPCI Ph.D candidates only.
Research Areas: Climate
School: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Season: Fall
Faculty Host: Michael B. McElroy
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Course Requirements: Graduate Level Courses (300 and 3000) for E-SPCI Ph.D candidates only.
Research Areas: Climate
School: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Season: Spring, Fall
Faculty Host: Marianna Katherine Linz
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Course Requirements: Graduate Level Courses (300 and 3000) for E-SPCI Ph.D candidates only.
Research Areas: Climate
School: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Season: Spring
Faculty Host: Steven Wofsy
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Course Requirements: Graduate Level Courses (300 and 3000) for E-SPCI Ph.D candidates only.
Research Areas: Climate
School: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Season: Spring, Fall
Faculty Host: Zhiming Kuang
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Course Requirements: Graduate Level Courses (300 and 3000) for E-SPCI Ph.D candidates only.
Research Areas: Climate
School: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Season: Spring, Fall
Faculty Host: James G. Anderson
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Course Requirements: Graduate Level Courses (300 and 3000) for E-SPCI Ph.D candidates only.
Research Areas: Climate
School: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Season: Spring, Fall
Faculty Host: Peter Huybers
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Course Requirements: Graduate Level Courses (300 and 3000) for E-SPCI Ph.D candidates only.
Research Areas: Climate
School: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Season: Spring, Fall
Faculty Host: Eli Tziperman
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This course will consider the challenge of climate change and what to do about it. Students will be introduced to the basic science of climate change, including the radiation budget of the Earth, the carbon cycle, and the physics and chemistry of the oceans and atmosphere. We will look at...
Research Areas: Climate
School: Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Season: Fall
Faculty Host:
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Research Areas: Climate
School: Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Season: Spring, Fall
Faculty Host: Eli Tziperman
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Research Areas: Climate
School: Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Season: Spring, Fall
Faculty Host: Zhiming Kuang
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Second semester core studio explores research and methods in the design of complex urban conditions: sites layered with multiple and uncoordinated interventions that present issues of fragmentation, ecological degradation, and the need for greater diversity of programs. Through several explorations...
Research Areas: Architecture and Environmental Design
School: Graduate School of Design
Season: Spring
Professor: Anita Berrizbeitia, Seth Denizen, Nadir Abdessemed, Montserrat Bonvehi Rosich
Currently, education of how landscape architects, architects and planners can address climate crisis (CC) impacts are focused on resilience (the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties) and adaptation (addresses impacts of CC). This seminar will explore mitigation, which goes to the root...
Research Areas: Climate
School: Graduate School of Design
Season: Spring
Faculty Host: Martha Schwartz
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“Fire is a phenomenon that derives from its circumstances... It synthesizes its surroundings.”¹Stephen J. Pyre 1. WhyWildfires rage throughout the rural and peri-urban territories around the world, particularly in Mediterranean climates. These occurrences, with severe economic, social, and...
Research Areas: Architecture and Environmental Design
School: Graduate School of Design
Season: Fall
Faculty Host: Silvia Benedito
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This studio proposes to translate and spatialize the core goals of the Green New Deal into a new park architecture for Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP), the most visited national park in the United States and a UNESCO International Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site. Often...
Research Areas: Architecture and Environmental Design
School: Graduate School of Design
Season: Fall
Faculty Host:
Professor: Jeanne Gang, Claire Cahan
This course examines environmental histories of the 20th century—the alignments and contradictions of environmentalism and new technical environments—through the engineered landscapes of urbanization. Through case studies, the course will critically investigate the documentation of constructed...
Research Areas: Architecture and Environmental Design
School: Graduate School of Design
Season: Spring
Faculty Host:
Professor: Danielle Choi
How can one optimize the benefits of environmental or social sustainability while generating a higher return on investment in buildings? Where are the opportunities for real estate initiatives that are highly functional, healthy, aesthetically pleasing and financially rewarding? The challenge to...
Research Areas: Architecture and Environmental Design
School: Graduate School of Design
Season: Spring
Faculty Host: Holly Samuelson
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Traditional conservation practice is increasingly proving inadequate to address the cultural, economic, social and environmental challenges facing the diverse array of buildings and sites currently in need of renewal.  A new focus on creative thinking is necessary to accommodate both the volume and...
Research Areas: Architecture and Environmental Design
School: Graduate School of Design
Season: Spring
Faculty Host:
Professor: David Fixler
What do you need to know in order to understand this landscape? This course explores how cultural values are embedded in the design of landscapes. In each class, we will map the assumptions that inform how landscape is designed and interpreted. Looking primarily at case studies from the 20th...
Research Areas: Architecture and Environmental Design
School: Graduate School of Design
Season: Spring
Faculty Host: Pablo Pérez-Ramos
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