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Sabin installation at Microsoft Research turns AI into art

“Ada,” a responsive, photoluminescent fiber pavilion designed by Cornell’s Jenny Sabin, has just opened, suspended in a light-filled atrium at Microsoft Research in Redmond, Washington.

Alumnus screenwriter to visit for Milstein Program event

Screenwriter, novelist and educator Howard Rodman ’71 will be on campus Oct. 17 for a reading of his most recent book, "The Great Eastern," in one of two public events hosted by the Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity.

Book reveals life and times of Anna Magdalena Bach

Professor of music and Bach scholar David Yearsley provides a portrait of Anna Magdalena Bach in his new book, fleshing out a member of the Bach family considered “history’s most famous musical wife and mother.”

Digital book gives a taste of Venezuelan performance artist

“Deborah Castillo: Radical Disobedience” is a new collection of critical texts on the Venezuelan performance artist’s work, co-edited by Irina R. Troconis, assistant professor of Romance studies.

Cornell tackles ‘migrations’ global challenge

Researchers from every corner of Cornell are mobilizing to tackle one of the grand challenges of the modern era – migration – with a new initiative that launched Oct. 1.

Things to Do, Oct. 4-11, 2019

Events at Cornell this week include a conversation with Congressman Adam Schiff; exhibits exploring fashion and feathers and urban renewal in Berlin; a seminar with bioengineer Stephen Quake and performance art at Cornell Cinema.

CCE summer interns extend and explore

Twenty-nine Cornell undergraduates spent their summers working and conducting research in communities across New York state as Cornell Cooperative Extension interns.

Pilot course partners students with incarcerated learners

The Prison Partners Library Research course aims to transform students into research experts as they provide guidance and support for incarcerated students in the Cornell Prison Education Program.

Podcast explores inequality’s impact on well-being

The latest episode of the “What Makes Us Human?” podcast series examines the impact of inequality on psychological well-being with Tom Gilovich, the Irene Blecker Rosenfeld Chair of Psychology.