Only 2.5 percent of people who have a medical emergency in a public place got help from strangers before emergency medical personnel arrived. African-Americans were less than half as likely as Caucasians to get help.
Several events on campus this month provide an opportunity for students, staff, faculty, visitors and the local community to engage in conversations around diversity, politics, higher education and other topics.
The dietary preferences of deer may be promoting the spread of such invasive species as garlic mustard, Japanese barberry and Japanese stiltgrass, according to a new study.
A new History of Capitalism initiative from Cornell’s College of Arts and Sciences and the ILR School brings together scholars from across the university to examine the nature of capitalism.
The Operations Research and Information Engineering program, in the College of Engineering, celebrates its 50th anniversary with two days of guest speakers, panel discussions and food.
Kelly Musick, associate professor of policy analysis and management in the College of Human Ecology, has been appointed to a five-year term as director of the Cornell Population Center.
A multidiscipline research team has identified a mutation on the protein shell of canine parvovirus that helps it to transfer and infect wild forest-dwelling animals, including raccoons.
The McNair Scholars Program, designed to increase the attainment of Ph.D.s among first generation, low-income and underrepresented students, inducted 16 undergraduates April 9.
A state of electronic matter first predicted by theorists in 1964 has finally been discovered by Cornell physicists and may provide key insights into the workings of high-temperature superconductors.
Two teams from Ithaca High School took first and third place in Cornell's annual high School Programming Contest, which drew 19 teams from acrosss the state.