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Poet, actor, activist Carlos Andrés Gómez to visit Nov. 2

Carlos Andrés Gómez will visit Cornell for a public performance sponsored by the Latina/o Studies Program Nov. 2.

Study finds key to closing achievement gap in biology education

The limited racial and ethnic diversity among people in biology-related careers has long roots according to a new study.

President responds to fliers promoting white supremacy, anti-Semitism

Cornell President Martha E. Pollack sent a message to the Cornell community Oct. 23 condemning fliers promoting white supremacy and anti-Semitism, which were found on and off campus earlier in the day.

From an ocean away, students design a girls’ school in Ghana

About 5,287 miles from Ithaca, near the banks of Ghana’s Volta River, a primary and junior high school for girls is rising from the collective imagination and brain power of the Cornell University Sustainable Design team.

Provost’s task force continues push for a diverse Cornell faculty

Provost Michael I. Kotlikoff has launched a task force to recommend new approaches to accelerate the diversity of the Cornell faculty. A report with short- and long-term strategies to improve retention rates for underrepresented faculty is due in spring 2018.

Engaged Cornell’s spirit grows

Engaged Cornell’s spirit grows in the colleges, schools and other campus units, such as the Community Learning and Service Partnership, Cornell in Washington, the Center for Teaching Innovation, Cornell Abroad, the Cornell Public Service Center, The Cornell Commitment collection of programs, the Cornell Prison Education Program, the Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives, the Office of Engagement Initiatives and more.


‘I’m First!’ campaign helps first-generation students build connections

More than 50 first-generation faculty, staff and students gathered Oct.12 for a networking reception for the new “I’m First!” campaign hosted by the Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives.

Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate to be inclusive, transparent

In a statement released Oct. 11, Cornell President Martha E. Pollack shared the charge of the Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate and announced its co-chairs, Lisa Nishii, Madelyn Wessel and David Wooten.

Historian will talk race, democracy, inequality and criminal justice Oct. 19

Historian Khalil Gibran Muhammad will deliver the Reuben A. and Cheryl Casselberry Munday Distinguished Lecture Oct. 19.