Peacemaking is a traditional Native American approach to justice that focuses on healing and restoration rather than punishment. Although peacemaking varies across Native American tribes,
In consultation with Habitat for Humanity Syracuse and funding partners, materials providers and stakeholders UPSTATE has tasked APTUM Design with thinking about the innovative use
The field house renovation at Skiddy Park considers the field house as an opportunity to enhance the neighborhood, by providing a centralized space to activate.
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Watch a four part series produced by UPSTATE: a center for design research and real estate at the Syracuse School of Architecture. This series of
WSYR Newsmakers Program Features Alt-81 Marc Norman Interview WSYR Interstate 81 Alt-81, a joint research initiative between the Syracuse University School of Architecture and UPSTATE: