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KyuJung Whang

Vice President of Infrastructure, Properties and Planning

Cornell University

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Cornell University

130 E. Seneca Street Suite 520

Ithaca, New York 14850

United States

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Located in Ithaca, NY, Cornell University is a private institution that was founded in 1865. Today, it consists of 14 different schools that operate under the umbrella of the university. Cornell ranks 15 on the list of best national universities, 16 on th ... more

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Employment History

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New Jersey Higher Education Partnership for Sustainability

Architect

CUH2A Inc

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Board Member
AASHE

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Society for College and University Planning

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Association for the Advancement of Sustainability

Member
American Institute of Architects

Education

bachelor's degree

architecture

Syracuse University

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KyuJung Whang, VP of Infrastructure, Properties & Planning

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Whang named Princeton's next vice president for facilities November 22, 2016

KyuJung Whang, vice president of infrastructure, properties and planning at Cornell University, has been named Princeton University's next vice president for facilities. Whang, who has 35 years of experience in facilities management, campus planning and architecture, will start at Princeton on Jan. 23.


Cornell Tech designed ‘for next century’ | Sylvia A. Harvey (SAH)

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As the flagship building of the future 12-acre campus, the first academic building is being designed to generate as much energy from renewable resources as it will use from nonrenewable resources, said Kyu-Jung Whang, Cornell vice president for facilities services.

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"We believe global warming is real," said Whang. Over the next few decades the current 500-year flood level could replace the 100-year flood level, he said. "In addition to raising the level of the site, we are using the natural topography of the island, where there is a ridge down the center, to place the entry points of all future buildings on campus," he added.


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Whang named Princeton's next vice president for facilities November 22, 2016

KyuJung Whang, vice president of infrastructure, properties and planning at Cornell University, has been named Princeton University's next vice president for facilities. Whang, who has 35 years of experience in facilities management, campus planning and architecture, will start at Princeton on Jan. 23.
As vice president for facilities, Whang will lead the departments responsible for the planning, development, operation and maintenance of Princeton's campus. He will oversee the day-to-day management and strategic development of the University's buildings and lands, including the University's forthcoming 2026 Campus Plan, real estate functions and commitments to sustainability.
"KyuJung Whang is a nationally recognized leader who brings to this campus an exceptional record of professional achievement, a thorough understanding of academic values and a deep commitment to sustainability," President Christopher L. Eisgruber said.
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Whang will serve as a member of the president's cabinet and will report to Executive Vice President Treby Williams.
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Whang said he is looking forward to joining the Princeton community with great enthusiasm.
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Whang has led Cornell's Division of Infrastructure, Properties and Planning since 2006. He oversees planning, design, construction, maintenance, real estate, energy management, sustainability, transportation and mail services for Cornell's campus. He leads more than 1,000 employees, and is responsible for more than 15 million square feet of building space over 2,000 acres.
He also has served in a number of strategic advisory roles at Cornell, including as a member of the president's senior leadership team. Whang worked on various committees involving faculty, staff, students and the local community, including co-chairing Cornell's Senior Leaders Climate Action Group and the President's Sustainable Campus Committee.
Before he joined Cornell, Whang spent 17 years at Rutgers University in facilities management and capital planning. He was vice president of the department and previously served as assistant vice president, university architect and other positions. In his leadership role at Rutgers, Whang was responsible for the planning, design, construction and maintenance of the university's buildings and infrastructures throughout New Jersey.
At Princeton, Whang will oversee more than 700 staff members in the following departments: Grounds and Building Maintenance; Engineering and Campus Energy; Facilities Finance and Administrative Services; Facilities Operations and Maintenance; the Office of Design and Construction; the Office of Real Estate Development; the Office of Sustainability; and the Office of the University Architect.
He will lead efforts to continue Princeton's strong commitment to sustainability in the design, construction and operation of the campus, and will help oversee development in the context of the next campus plan.
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Prior to his work in higher education, Whang was an architect at design, planning and engineering companies, including time as senior project architect at CUH2A Architects and Engineers (now part of HDR Architects and Engineering) in Princeton.
Whang is on the board of directors of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education and was a founding member of the New Jersey Higher Education Partnership for Sustainability. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and Society for College and University Planning, among other professional organizations. He graduated from Syracuse University with a bachelor's degree in architecture.
Whang succeeds Vice President for Facilities Michael McKay, who announced plans to retire at the end of this year after a nearly 40-year career at Princeton.


Members of the Board of Directors, AASHE's Governing Body | Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)

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KyuJung Whang (December 2016) Vice President for Facilities Cornell University 101 Humphreys Service Building Ithaca, NY 14853

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