President Martha E. Pollack thanked the Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate June 8 after the group submitted its final recommendations. Pollack said her leadership team will review the recommendations over the coming weeks.
One of the world’s leading economists, Kaushik Basu, has written a new book that offers an innovative methodology for doing law and economics. Rooted in game theory, it could help make more effective laws and a fairer society.
Cayuga Community College conferred 16 associate's degrees to Five Points Correctional Facility inmates in the Cornell Prison Education Program at a ceremony May 24, where nine Cornell Certificates in Liberal Arts were also awarded.
One way to increase your interest in a task is to add immediate rewards, rather than wait until the end to reward yourself, according to new research by Kaitlin Woolley ’12, assistant professor of marketing.
New Cornell research published in Nature Human Behavior sheds light on how we can use other people’s opinions to make our own decisions. It also has implications for more effective online recommender algorithms.