Jamie L. Vanucchi
Design research; design research as a complement to scientific research; buyouts, floodplains, and flood risk; novelty and uncertainty in design; land-water interfaces
Current Research Interest
Buyouts from flood-prone properties and ecological restoration; designed forests for carbon sequestration and climate mitigation; loss of Fraxinus (ash tree) in Great Lakes forests; representing uncertainty in design
Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Award for Excellence in Studio Teaching
Landscape Architecture Foundation Case Study Investigation Fellow
Kendall S. Carpenter Memorial Advising Award
Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Young Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
Vanucchi, Jamie. “Crossing the Line.” Scenario Journal 5 (2015).
Vanucchi, Jamie. “Adapting Inland Floodplain Housing to a Changing Climate: Disturbance, Risk, and Uncertainty as Drivers for Design.” In Climate Adaptation and Resilience Across Scales: From Buildings to Cities, edited by Nicholas Rajkovich and Seth H. Holmes. New York: Routledge, 2021.