Klarman, Physical Sciences architect Fred Koetter dies

Architect and educator Alfred (Fred) H. Koetter Jr., M.Arch. ’66, whose projects included two Cornell campus buildings, died Aug. 21 in Brookline, Massachusetts. He was 79.

Three projects awarded 2017 digitization grants

The 2017 recipients of the Grants Program for Digital Collections in Arts and Sciences were chosen from 14 applications.

Cornell poet to kick off Botanic Gardens’ lecture series

Cornell Botanic Gardens opens its annual Fall Lecture Series with award-winning poet Ishion Hutchinson.

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Girls uncover the past at Armenian archaeology camp

This summer, six Armenian girls got an insider’s view of a massive archaeological project in their home country thanks to Camp Aragats, an initiative of the U.S.-based Aragats Foundation, which was founded by Cornell archaeologists Lori Khatchadourian and Adam T. Smith.

Fulbright recipients head off to global destinations

Fourteen Cornell students and recent alumni are setting out this fall for destinations around the world, thanks to grants from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.

Things to Do, Aug. 18-25, 2017

Events on campus as the fall semester begins include free films for new students, an herb garden tour, National Waffle Day at Risley Dining, and exhibits at the Johnson Museum and Mann Library.

New to campus? Discover Cornell’s rich history

New Cornell University students, faculty and staff are entering a campus forged by history.

Cornell provides refuge for scholars under threat

Cornell sponsored Turkish academics Azat Gündoğan, a sociologist, and his wife, historian Nilay Ozok-Gündoğan, when they were threatened by their government.

Freedom on the Move project awarded NEH grant

Freedom on the Move, a project being spearheaded at Cornell, has received a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to create a public database compiled from 100,000 runaway slave advertisements.