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Podcast focuses on Cornell faculty members

MBA students at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management have created a podcast called Present Value.


New podcast explores ‘Where Is the Human in Climate Change?’

The new season of the “What Makes Us Human?” podcast and essay series will showcase the newest thinking across academic disciplines about humans and the environment.

Society for the Humanities lecture to examine popular will and politics

Cornell political theorist Jason Frank will speak on “The People as Popular Manifestation” April 18 in Rhodes-Rawlings Auditorium, Klarman Hall.

Sarah Kreps, Jeremy Braddock named inaugural Milstein Faculty Fellows

Sarah Kreps, government, and Jeremy Braddock, English, are the first fellows in the Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity.

Video/sound installation explores undocumented lives

“From Land to Land,” a video and sound installation created by Dehanza Rogers, explores the vulnerabilities of undocumented status.

Loneliness Project tackles LGBTQ isolation in Chicago

The Association of Graduates in Theatre is collaborating with The History Center and Ithaca’s Civic Ensemble to present a staged reading of a “documentary” play, “The Loneliness Project,” April 19-21.

Zora Neale Hurston's work reconsidered April 19

A University of Pennsylvania anthropologist will lecture on Zora Neale Hurston's work and impact April 19.

Things to Do, April 13-20, 2018

Events this week include an environmental fashion show, the Centrally Isolated Film Festival, Ag Day and Springfest celebrations on campus, composer Caroline Shaw, and alumna Gretchen Goldman on science and public policy.

History, music faculty earn Guggenheim fellowships

Two faculty members and three alumni have been named among 175 scholars, artists, writers and scientists receiving Guggenheim fellowships this year.