The Dallas Chapter of the Cornell Real Estate Council invites you to its monthly networking luncheon. In September, the lunch will be held at the Park City Club of Dallas. Cornellian Samuel Ososanya ’17 will address the group and offer insights from his studies related to autonomous vehicles and their impact on parking.
Samuel Ososanya is a May 2017 graduate of the Bachelor of Architecture program at Cornell University and is currently a Design Professional at BOKA Powell in their Dallas office. During his undergraduate time at Cornell, Samuel worked at the Cornell Annual Fund, where he raised over $25,000 for Cornell through alumni gifts. Samuel was the founding President of the College of Architecture, Art and Planning Ambassadors, a student group, where he helped shape the experience of prospective students visiting the college.
Academically, Samuel was interested in areas outside the immediate focus of popular architectural topics today. In that vein, his undergraduate thesis Autonomous Play-Garage explored the architectural impacts of autonomous vehicles on metropolitan parking structures and the wider implications autonomous vehicles will have on cities within the United States as they become publicly available. Samuel enjoys photography, traveling and tennis in his free time.