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Computers may help K-8 math teachers understand students’ thought processes

CIS researchers will present computer software to help K-8 math teachers grade math assignments at a conference in Montreal April 21-26.

Graig Lyon, assistant equipment manager, receives top Employee Excellence Award

Thirteen staff members received Employee Excellence Awards – three each in the individual, management, innovation and diversity categories, and one that stood 'Far Above.'


Things to Do, March 16-23, 2018

Events this week include Maple Fest at Cayuga Nature Center, a Chat in the Stacks talk with Noliwe Rooks and a celebration of the music of a Polish conductor whose work was banned by the Nazis.

Wynton Marsalis to mentor, perform during Cornell visit March 22-28

Famed jazz musician and composer Wynton Marsalis will visit Cornell in his role as an A.D. White Professor-at-Large, for classes, workshops and joining student musicians in a free concert in Bailey Hall March 28.

Students urge lawmakers to support federal student aid

Cornell students descended on Capitol Hill March 14 for Student Aid Advocacy Day to share their experiences with financial aid.

Cornell Center for Health Equity established

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and Cornell’s Ithaca campus have established a new center to better understand why health outcomes vary among demographic groups.

$1.6M grant may turn sediment into port city pay dirt

Landscape Architecture’s Brian Davis and Sean Burkholder, University at Buffalo, received a $1.6 million grant from the Great Lakes Protection Fund for creating ecologic gold from shipping port sediment.

Dick Cheney to speak on campus March 21

Dick Cheney, the 46th vice president of the United States, will speak at Cornell March 21 in Alice Statler Auditorium. His talk is sponsored by the Cornell University College Republicans.

Clean ingredients for healthful food at Cornell Dining

Cornell Dining will add to its already high-quality ingredient standards by focusing on whole, minimally processed food and transparency in menu items.


At 90, Gilbert Levine leaves Einaudi Center post

Gilbert Levine, emeritus professor of biological and environmental engineering, first retired in 1983 after more than 30 years on the Cornell faculty. He's giving it another try at age 90.

Algorithms use at work subject of May 4-5 New York City workshop

ILR School faculty will teach “Algorithms at Work” May 4-5 at the Cornell Tech campus in New York City. 

Crops hold harmful mutations that reduce productivity

New research reveals that even the highest performing maize crops contain rare harmful mutations that limit crop productivity.