The Charter Day Weekend panel Wellness, Fulfillment and Good Health focused on ways to lead a healthy, fulfilling life, both physically and mentally.
A Charter Day Weekend panel discussion explored how technological shifts, and changes in how audiences consume information, have affected the worlds of media and journalism.
A Charter Day Weekend panel explains how the famous Six Degrees of Separation experiment has led to new understanding of networks across a variety of disciplines.
At “Illuminating Images: A First Step to Scientific Discovery,” a panel of Cornell faculty and alumni illustrated how images help further scientific study as part of Charter Day Weekend April 25 at Barton Hall.
Deliberating security and a sustainable future, six professors from a variety of disciplines offered quick-takes on destiny – and how our society adjusts - at Charter Day Weekend.
Six alumni and faculty offered an overview of Cornell's contributions to poverty and development economics in a Charter Day Weekend panel April 25 on campus.
Wrongful convictions occur for a number of reasons, but Cornell research is showing how to address some of those factors and lead to more accurate verdicts, according to a Charter Day Weekend panel.
With gifted oratory, scientific insight and humor, Cornell icons Steve Squyres ’78, Ph.D. ’81, and Bill Nye ’77 fired their main engines and launched the “idea” portion of the university’s Charter Day Weekend festival.
A four-year, $51 million restoration of 83-year-old Warren Hall enabled the campus landmark to meets LEED Gold sustainability standards.
Professors Rebecca Seguin and James Lassoie were named 2015 Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellows in Service-Learning April 21.