Three Cornell faculty respondents and an Israeli professor explored the implications of the latest findings on primate culture and communication March 6.
Over the past 50 years the world has changed, but WVBR's “Bound for Glory” has stayed almost exactly the same.
One hundred Cornell graduate students have been awarded travel grants from the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies for the 2018-1019 academic year.
Students interested in foreign relations, law, economics, the environment and the way they would play out in space, launched Cornell Cosmic.
UCLA historian Robin D.G. Kelley will deliver three Carl Becker lectures on the American journalist Grace Halsell April 16-18.
Events this week include Indonesian culture and gamelan music at Indo Night; South Asian dance at Pao Bhangra; and a new documentary from environmental artist Andy Goldsworthy.
Among the recommendations in the committee’s final report are changes that would allow for greater exploration, simplify graduation requirements, and encourage faculty to adopt innovative approaches to teaching.
Winning plays and screenplays from the annual Heermans-McCalmon Writing Competition will be featured in presentations and staged readings March 23 at the Schwartz Center.
Poet and scholar Fred Moten will deliver the Society for the Humanities' 2018 Invited Society Scholar Lecture on “The Gift of Corruption,” March 21 in Lewis Auditorium.