The 2018 Fall Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) Bulletin is lush with stories that cross national borders and disciplines.
The Center for Advanced Computing will receive $1 million from the NSF to provide training software for the development of Frontera, the largest-ever academic supercomputer.
The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research has partnered with Tompkins County Public Library to provide readers access to the America’s Voice Project.
Judy’s Day will celebrate the connections between plants and humanity Sept. 30 in the F.R. Newman Arboretum at Cornell Botanic Gardens.
Nearly 900 customers pass through the lines every day at the Temple of Zeus café in the atrium of Klarman Hall.
"RGB," the documentary on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’54, airs Monday, Sept. 3 on CNN.
Cornell has launched a new online Business Analytics certificate program through eCornell developed by Dyson School Professor of Practice Donna Haeger.
Earlier this summer, Cornell opened the Martin Y. Tang Welcome Center at 616 Thurston Ave. in the renovated Noyes Lodge overlooking Beebe Lake.
The Cornell Race and Empathy Project - which records, archives and shares the everyday stories of Cornellians - has moved online.