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Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity selects first students

The first students have been chosen for the new Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity and will begin as first-year students at Cornell this fall.

Things to Do, May 18-25, 2018

Events this week include Bike to Work and School Day, a United Way fundraiser, a talk on gender equity and equal pay; and a Mann Library exhibit on Sri Lankan identity in fashion and film.

2018 Biennial on 'Duration' to feature major artists

The Cornell Council for the Arts' 2018 Biennial begins in September, with invited artists including Carrie Mae Weems and Xu Bing joining student and faculty participants.

Graduate student grants fund community-engaged projects

Engaged Graduate Student Grants will support 21 Cornell doctoral students and their community partners researching a range of topics. 

Psychologist explores happiness, memory and identity

Shimon Edelman, professor of psychology, says we can’t have it all when it comes to happiness, identity, and extreme longevity, and explains why we’ll have to give up one to keep the others.

Cornell says farewell to Puerto Rican students

Students from the University of Puerto Rico said goodbye to Cornell faculty and staff at a May 7 reception.

Ariana Kim, Aizuri Quartet win prestigious M-Prize

The Aizuri Quartet, with violinist and assistant professor of music Ariana Kim, won the grand prize and $100,000 at an international chamber music competition May 6.

New Material Culture Lab opens in Goldwin Smith

The new Material Culture Laboratory, run by Astrid Van Oyen in Goldwin Smith Hall, had its grand opening May 2.

Mellon Mays fellows score grad school admissions

Six of 10 Mellon Mays undergraduate fellows graduating from the College of Arts and Sciences are headed directly to graduate school.