Columbia Professor Adam Galinsky said disrespect could be a major factor affecting workplace happiness and productivity in a Nov. 7 campus lecture.
Nobel laureate Ada Yonath delivered the 21st Efraim Racker Lecture in Biology and Medicine Nov. 14 on campus.
Hotel executives and labor union leaders met in New York City to discuss collaboration and the future of their industry, Nov. 11.
Entrepreneurship@Cornell will award a new annual $5,000 Student Business of the Year award that recognizes commitment to develop and operate a business while pursuing an education.
The Association for the Study of Higher Education gave ILR School Professor Ronald Ehrenberg its 2013 Howard Bowen Distinguished Career Award.
Norman M. Vrana, MEE ’51, professor emeritus of electrical and computer engineering, died at his home Nov. 9; he was 93.
A white pine-decimating fungus has mutated, allowing it to infect immune and resistant plants, which is alarming researchers, growers, loggers and forest managers.
A method for bioengineering living human ears garnered a first-place award at the World Technology Summit in New York City, Nov. 15.
The Essentials blog covers Cornell life on the Ithaca and New York City campuses, past and present, with a light touch.
Cornell will accept the Universal College Application as well as the Common Application from prospective freshmen and transfer students seeking admission. The university also has extended the regular decision deadline one week to Jan. 9, 2014.
Ben DeLuca ’98 has been let go as head coach of the Cornell men’s lacrosse program. Offensive coordinator Matt Kerwick has been named interim head coach while Cornell conducts a national search.
Cornellians are collecting aid and planning fundraising and other efforts this week and next to benefit Filipinos affected by Typhoon Haiyan.