The Cornell Council for the Arts awarded grants to support 33 faculty- and student-led art projects being presented on campus in academic year 2015‐16.
Well-designed healthcare facilities lead to better patient outcomes that, in turn, result in money saved for facility owners and patients, according to new Cornell research.
Steeped in economic and social science history, Cornell University's Warren Hall has become LEED Platinum certified.
Cornell’s Brian Davis will co-lead the "Port Futures" workshop at the upcoming, weeklong DredgeFest Great Lakes 2015, Aug. 14-22 in Minneapolis.
Twenty-two architecture and urban design professionals from China took part in the College of Architecture, Art and Planning’s first international executive education program.
Cornell Tech’s Roosevelt Island campus earns bragging rights when the world's first high-rise residential building built to passive house standards - a rigorous energy use standard - rises on campus.
A building to rise at the heart of Cornell Tech’s Roosevelt Island campus - the Bridge at Cornell Tech - will offer space to startups and established companies pushing the edge of digital technology.
Students from a variety of Cornell majors presented patient-centric ideas for a proposed expansion of Hospicare and Palliative Care Services of Tompkins County.
Deliberating security and a sustainable future, six professors from a variety of disciplines offered quick-takes on destiny – and how our society adjusts - at Charter Day Weekend.