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Sage Hall: Experiments in Coeducation and Preservation at Cornell University

by Jennifer Cleland and Robert P. Stundtner

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Jennifer Cleland was born in Arlington, VA in 1951.Her family moved to Europe in 1962, where they lived in Paris and in Stuttgart, Germany. During the 70’s, Jenny played with the Highwoods Stringband, touring on three continents and receiving a Grammy nomination for an album recorded at Carnegie Hall. She received a Ph.D. in Romance Studies from Cornell University in 1999 with her thesis, Cajun Carnival: American Myths and Radical Roots.

 

Robert P. Stundtner was born in Rochester, NY in 1948. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from SUNY Oswego. When he isn’t warping space and time, he tries to make a difference. He is most successful in his endeavors when he adheres to his personal and professional values of truth, respect, teamwork, excellence and integrity.


Sumware Project Collaboration


Building, Empowering, Mentoring Project Teams

Robert P. Stundtner, Owner/Consultant

February 2007 - Present

 

Sumware Project Collaboration is a private consultancy supporting facility owners, designers and contractors in the development of project teams to plan, design and construct successful buildings.  In our experience, the most successful projects have a strong relationship of trust and support between the owner, designer, and contractor.  Our Vision: If you want to build a building, you must first build a project team.

 

I am a decisive, visionary leader with over thirty years of experience in facilities planning, budgeting, and project management at Cornell University.  My success as a facilities director is due to my pursuit of excellence through the application of appropriate technology and team-based decision-making processes.  I am a highly proficient communicator and group facilitator.

 

I have retired from Cornell, but still maintain my private consultancy to support facilities owners, designers and contractors in the development of project teams to plan, design and construct high tech facilities to support teaching and research.  In my experience, the most successful projects have a strong relationship of trust and support between the owner, designer, and contractor.  If you want to build a building, you must first build a project team.

 

Specialties: Planning, design and construction of high tech facilities to support teaching and research including - classrooms, auditoria, laboratories, cleanrooms, ultra low vibration and EMF, biocontainment, and vivaria.  Project team development, team building and group facilitation.  Communications strategies and municipal approvals.

 

 


While we are traveling the world together,


you can contact Jenny at sagehallbook.com


or Bob at his LinkedIn profile:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/rpstundtner