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Study: Race plays a role in the pace of some romances

A study finds that white men and minority women become intimate and cohabitate faster than other couples do. The study was published in the peer-reviewed journal Social Forces. (Nov. 23, 2011)

Cornell to submit NYC Tech Campus proposal

On Oct. 28, Cornell will submit its proposal to build a world-class technology campus in New York City. In partnership with Technion, the campus promises to spur economic development in the city. (Oct. 27, 2011)

Cornell, a 'tech powerhouse,' is prepared to spur economic development, tech transfer in NYC

Dan Huttenlocher made the case for a Cornell New York City tech campus at an academic presentation during Trustee-Council Weekend, Oct. 21. (Oct. 21, 2011)

NYC Tech Campus partnership generates excitement

Cornell and the Technion have received numerous expressions of support from entrepreneurs and academics in their partnership bid for the New York City Tech Campus. The proposal is due Oct. 28.

Cornell, Technion will partner in groundbreaking NYC Tech Campus

Cornell and The Technion - Israel Institute of Technology have announced a new partnership to create a world-class applied science and engineering campus in New York City, as outlined by Mayor Michael Bloomberg. (Oct. 18, 2011)

CU backs launch of 'Silicon Alley 500' tech recruitment event in NYC as exclusive academic partner

Cornell joins NYC-based tech star Next Jump as its exclusive academic partner to help launch a unique recruiting event to lure the East Coast's top minds and leading companies to the Big Apple. (Oct. 12, 2011)

New Labor Dynamics Institute to shed light on labor market

The ILR School's new Labor Dynamics Institute will create and make accessible new data on the dynamics of labor markets. (Oct. 5, 2011)

200 alumni at NYC 'techpreneur' event buzz with tech campus prospects

At a sold-out Sept. 27 event in New York Ciy, 200 alumni heard from a panel of alumni 'techpreneurs' to discuss the prospect of a Cornell tech campus in the city. (Sept. 30, 2011)

People are biased against creative ideas, studies find

While people say they welcome creative ideas, they are in fact frightened by them and favor the tried and true, according to a new ILR School study. (Aug. 25, 2011)