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Warrior-Scholar Project helps veterans adapt to demands of the classroom

The Warrior-Scholar Project, an academic boot camp and immersive college prep experience, brought 13 current and former enlisted service members to campus July 20-28.

Farmworker initiatives earn community engagement honor

Cornell is a regional winner of the 2019 W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Engagement Scholarship Awards, given by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.

SoNIC program empowers diverse CS students

Now in its ninth year, Cornell’s SoNIC summer workshop has exposed hundreds of minority students from across the country to the frontiers of computer science, as well as the prerequisites and rewards of advanced degrees.

Inclusive excellence: Fostering belonging at Cornell

More than 100 Cornell staff members engaged in workshops and facilitated sessions addressing diversity and inclusion at the Inclusive Excellence Summit June 11.

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Nominations sought for new faculty diversity award

Nominations are being accepted for the new Faculty Award for Excellence in Research, Teaching and Service through Diversity recognizing leadership by tenured and tenure-track faculty members.

Reflections on the occupation Of Willard Straight Hall, 50 years later

As Cornell recognizes the 50th anniversary of the occupation, dialogue around these important issues continues. Ezra offers two essays written by Cornellians who are among the many looking back on the occupation to explore its lessons, both broad and personal.


‘Know your purpose,’ speakers urge at OADI awards dinner

The Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives’ annual Honors Award Ceremony May 3 celebrated students, faculty, staff and alumni who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, high academic achievement and strong community engagement.

International graduates honored at Global Learning reception

The Office of Global Learning honored international students’ achievements at a reception in the Baker Portico May 2, sending members of the Class of 2019 off in style.

Occupation anniversary inspires continued progress

Fifty years to the day that students began an occupation of Willard Straight Hall in protest of racial issues on campus, the Cornell community gathered to reflect on the legacy of the occupation and the people involved.