The Cornell Institute for Public Affairs launched its first online certificate to prepare professionals to guide nonprofits eCornell.
Trevor Pinch, the Goldwin Smith Professor of Science & Technology Studies, examines the border between human and machine in a new podcast, “The Human Today."
At the Science Cabaret Nov. 14 at Ithaca’s Coltivare restaurant, doctoral student Josue San Emeterio shared the mysteries of electricity.
Chef Justin Paterson removed fear from the recipe books when he taught restaurateurs, extension educators and foodies “Small Scale Charcuterie" in Stocking Hall Nov. 6.
Dr. Fernando Martinez seized opportunities the U.S. afforded him; he’s dedicated his career to helping others, and has inspired his children to do the same.
All 11 members of the executive board of Cornell’s inaugural undergraduate chapter of the Biomedical Engineering Society are women.
The library has created an online collection of the websites of worker centers to collect internet sites with scholarly significance before they.
Michael Fontaine, professor of classics, returns to ancient literature to understand mental distress as a matter of ethics or of spiritual anguish instead of neurological misfirings in new podcast.
“Immune,” a new monthly podcast, hopes to increase understanding of everything from antibiotics and vaccines to cancer immunotherapy.