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08/11/2015
A new Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program in agriculture, offered by Cornell in collaboration with Ithaca College, will help meet the growing need for qualified agriculture educators.
08/11/2015
In his new book, 'The Intellective Space,' Romance studies professor Laurent Dubreuil looks the distinction between thinking and thought by drawing on a variety of academic disciplines.
08/10/2015
One-year grants will help six institutions test promising obesity prevention interventions that could make healthy choices easier for low-income families.
08/07/2015
A new genetics study of wild honeybees offers clues to how a population has adapted to a mite that has devastated bee colonies worldwide.
08/07/2015
Anjum Malik ’16 is researching why Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria have destroyed museums and heritage sites and reminds us that Western powers did the same thing a century ago.
08/05/2015
University of Havana professor Emanuel Mora, who came to campus this summer to teach a course in biopsychology, is the first visiting professor from Cuba to teach at Cornell and return.
08/05/2015
Ellen Abrams, a doctoral student in science and technology studies, did an ethnographic study of a class at Nesin Mathematics Village in Turkey as part of her thesis work.
08/04/2015
A busload of New York City high school students hit pause on city life to visit Cornell’s Ithaca campus, as part of a summer program that’s equipping the next generation of technical entrepreneurs.
08/04/2015
A study from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab finds that employees support healthy-living pledges issued by their employers because they perceive them to be beneficial.
08/04/2015
Cornell researchers have developed an experimental strategy to identify infertility-causing mutations found in human populations, with implications for diagnoses and treatments.

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