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‘Impostor Syndrome’ is subject of two lectures April 23

Dena Simmons, assistant director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, will give two lectures on tackling impostor syndrome, April 23.

With enough income and wealth, cohabiting couples say 'I do'

Cohabiting couples are likely to get married only when they earn as much as their married peers, according to recent research by postdoctoral fellow Patrick Ishizuka.

Documentary highlights effort to save Philippine eagle

A new documentary, “Bird of Prey,” tells of the work of environmentalists to save the Philippine Eagle and screens in Ithaca April 15.


Memorial event to honor Ted Lowi April 21

A memorial commemoration for the late Theodore J. Lowi, the John L. Senior Professor of American Institutions Emeritus, will be held Saturday, April 21.

Military historian to speak on populism April 23

Military historian Victor Davis Hanson will deliver the lecture, “Populist Revolt: Everything Old is New Again,” on April 23.

Materials, microbiomes displayed at D.C. STEM event

Scientists represented Cornell at the annual USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C., April 7-8.

Grant to digitize humanities, social science texts

A grant from the NEH and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will fund an open access initiative to digitize classic Cornell University Press out-of-print titles.

Experts call for more science in forensic science

Sunita Sah, a physician and assistant professor of management and organizations, says many forensic science methods have never been scientifically validated, which is jeopardizing the integrity of the judicial system.

Nine faculty projects win Internationalizing the Curriculum grants

Nine projects, many multidisciplinary, are receiving grants of approximately $155,000 this year from the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs.

Next-generation rechargeable battery made with tin

Cornell engineers have demonstrated a cost-effective way to stabilize lithium and sodium anodes using tin as a protective interface between the anode and a battery’s electrolytes.

New book explores Latin music experimentalism

“Experimentalisms in Practice: Music Perspectives from Latin America,” co-edited by Alejandro Madrid, Cornell professor of music, seeks to broaden the Eurocentric interpretive framework often applied to experimental music.

Immune-engineered device targets chemo-resistant lymphoma

A multi-campus study of lymphoma shows that certain cell mutations in tumors can cause the cancer to be resistant to chemotherapy, with biophysical forces such as fluid flow playing a key role.