At the Central New York THAT (The Humanities and Technology) Camp in Olin Library, there were no official presenters, while participants voted on workshop topics and met in collaborative sessions.
Suzanne Mettler, professor of government, and a colleague find that Americans like ObamaCare but do not like the toxic political discourse around it.
Maggie Gustafson, a fifth-year doctoral student in the field of biochemistry, molecular and cell biology, won the Harry and Samuel Mann Outstanding Graduate Student Award.
Rachel Bezner Kerr, associate professor of development sociology, and Thomas Pepinsky, associate professor of government, have been named International Faculty Fellows.
Nine Cornell doctoral candidates, one postdoc and a professor were inducted into the Cornell chapter of the Edward A. Bouchet Graduate Honor Society.
Mathematician Ravi Ramakrishna ’88 forged is own path by choosing not to follow family members into engineering.
Caitlin Parrucci '15, M.Eng. '16, is founder of Equine Design, winner of the 2016 Student Business of the Year. Her device tracks a horse's water intake, a key indicator of equine health.
Cornell Dairy announced it is becoming kosher April 18. Kosher foods must comply with traditional Jewish dietary and processing laws, and in the case of dairy, products must come from kosher animals.
Cornell faculty and alumni are helping to advise Breakthrough Starshot - a $100 million research and engineering project aiming to demonstrate proof of concept for light-propelled nanocrafts that could capture images and scientific data in our nearest star system, Alpha Centauri.
Dr. Augustine M.K. Choi, the Sanford I. Weill Chairman of the Weill Department of Medicine, has been appointed interim dean of Weill Cornell Medicine and interim provost for medical affairs of Cornell University, starting June 1. The formation of a search committee also has been formed.