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Task force looks to ‘move the needle’ on faculty diversity

The Provost’s Task Force to Enhance Faculty Diversity has issued its report on attracting and retaining outstanding female and underrepresented minority faculty members.

Campus services expand for faculty and staff with disabilities

The university has provided central funding, effective July 1, to help significantly improve the work experience for faculty, staff and visiting or guest lecturers with disabilities.

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CIS programs aim to draw minority STEM students to academic careers

Two free workshops offered by Computing and Information Science brought students to campus with the goal of increasing diversity in STEM fields.

Choi family featured in new book about immigrants to America

Every family in America has an immigration story. In a new anthology, Andrew Tisch and Mary Skafidas showcase a variety of voices whose own origin stories illustrate the rich fabric of cultures and backgrounds that comprise the United States.

McNair scholars tout educational programs in DC visit

Thirteen students participating in the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program at Cornell traveled to Washington, D.C., June 28 to advocate for federal programs assisting first-generation and low-income college students.

‘Collaboratory’ shares ideas on food, healing, justice

The Ecological Learning Collaboratory brought people from Africa, South Asia and North America to interact with Cornell faculty.

Posse scholars reflect on four years of growth

Ololade Olawale ’18 and Amir Patel ’18 say they’re heading out into the world with a deeper understanding of who they are and what they want to do with their lives thanks to the Posse program.

Weill Cornell Medicine graduates are an inspiration

Tarek Khader and Susannah Calhoun overcame great odds and obstacles to earn, respectively, an M.D. and Ph.D. from Weill Cornell Medicine.

Essentials

New programs aid first-generation Arts and Sciences students

The College of Arts and Sciences will offer three new programs to support first-generation, low-income students, starting this summer.