The Jewish Studies Program and the Center for Jewish History in New York City will present events Jan. 8 and March 28, 2018.
Johnson Cornell Tech MBA has been named Program of the Year by Poets&Quants, a website that covers graduate business education.
Mathematician Steve Strogatz posits an answer to an understood but unexplained medical phenomena: The incubation periods of many diseases follow a similar "lognormal" pattern.
Using multi-photon microscopy developed at Cornell, a group led by Nozomi Nishimura has shown the ability to produce detailed, 3-D images of atherosclerotic plaque.
Astronomer Steve Squyres is the principal investigator for the proposed space mission CAESAR, which would collect and return part of a comet.
Dan Huttenlocher, the Jack and Rilla Neafsey Dean of Cornell Tech, gave an update on the New York City campus Dec. 19 at the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce.
Phil Bartels ’71 and his daughter, Katie Bartels ’06, returned to Cornell to recognize the work of more than 400 Building Care staff at the 11th Bartels awards and scholarship program, Dec. 14 in Bartels Hall.
Roberto Sierra, professor of music, has been awarded Spain's Tomás Luis de Victoria Prize, the highest honor given in Spain to a composer.
A $4 million, four-year grant will support a new research center to develop improved treatments for middle-age and older adults suffering from depression.
Before leaving campus for winter break, remember to reduce campus energy usage in your office, common areas, labs, residential rooms and spaces over winter break.
Team energy warmed the Tata Innovation Center as winter blasted outside along New York City's East River Dec. 14 at Cornell Tech's first Open Studio on Roosevelt Island.
The Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) reminds the campus community of the wealth of material on their website on preventing winter accidents and dealing with emergency situations.