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English professors discuss friendship, collaborative project

Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon and Dagmawi Woubshet, associate professors of English, discussed their ongoing collaborative poetry translation project May 3 in Klarman Hall.

Provost commits to increasing number of student veterans

Cornell hopes to enroll 100 military veterans in the university's undergraduate programs over the next three years, Provost Michael Kotlikoff announced at the Ivy League Veterans Council meeting April 29.

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A&S holds student forum on new curriculum proposal

Students offered feedback and asked questions about the College of Arts and Sciences' proposed curriculum changes at a student-led forum in Uris Hall auditorium April 19.

Scholars, artists convene to discuss black girls, women

"On/By Black Women/Black Girls," a symposium April 21-22 at the Africana Studies and Research Center, gathers scholars, artists, activists and youths for discussion, poetry and films.

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ISS supporting faculty research projects, conference

The Institute for the Social Sciences' Small Grants Program is funding a series of critical social science projects and a conference with its spring 2017 awards.

Artist Pepón Osorio's CCA Biennial project opens April 20

Multimedia artist and educator Pepón Osorio will unveil "Side by Side," his installation for the Cornell Council for the Arts Biennial, April 20 in Rand Hall.

Latina/o Studies Program launches crowdfunding effort

To celebrate its 30th anniversary, the Latina/o Studies Program has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise $20,000 in support of its students.

Nolans' gift endows scholarship fund for veterans at Johnson

With an $8 million investment to establish the Peter and Stephanie Nolan Veterans Professional Scholarship Fund, Cornell Trustee Emeritus Peter Nolan ’80, MBA ’82, and his wife, Stephanie Nolan ’84 are ensuring support for generations of U.S. military veterans enrolled as Johnson MBA students.

Playwright Paula Vogel honored for LGBT activism

Paula Vogel's long and winding road from Ithaca in the 1970s to Broadway in 2017 was revisited April 8 in Manhattan where she was honored with the third annual Steven W. Siegel Award.