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Joint statement affirms support for DACA students

Senior Vice Provost Barbara Knuth, Vice President Ryan Lombardi and Vice Provost Laura Spitz issued a statement updating the community on Cornell's policies with respect to DACA students.

Africana symposium to honor Locksley Edmondson

"Pan-African Connections," a symposium in honor of Africana professor Locksley Edmondson, to be held April 13-14 at the Africana Studies and Research Center, is free and the public is welcome.

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Surveys show faculty, staff mostly positive about work at Cornell

According to two recent universitywide surveys, most faculty and staff members are 'very satisfied' or 'somewhat satisfied' with their work and the collegial environment at Cornell.

Admitted Class of '21 sets new application, diversity records

Cornell received its highest-ever number of applications for freshman admission, and a record number of underrepresented minority students are among those offered admission to the Class of 2021.

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Faculty projects get global-at-home curriculum grants

Ten faculty-led projects are receiving approximately $170,000 in Internationalizing the Cornell Curriculum grants this year, the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs has announced.

NYC tunnel-borer named for Cornell engineer, suffragist

A tunnel-boring machine that will repair New York City's Delaware Aqueduct has been named in honor of Nora Stanton Blatch Barney, Class of 1905, a suffragist civil engineer.

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Gift funds advocate position to support student veterans

The Adelphic Cornell Educational Fund has committed $200,000 to enhance the Cornell experience for student veterans. The gift will support a new veterans advocate position to serve as a point of contact for all student veterans.

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Women's revolt transformed Nigeria, says historian

New research by Judith Byfield, associate professor of history, offers a different lens through which to understand women's political history in post-World War II Nigeria.

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Breaking Bread initiative awarded Perkins Prize

Breaking Bread, an initiative that brings together different communities, identities, groups and organizations for dinner and facilitated discussions, received the James A. Perkins Prize for Interracial and Intercultural Peace and Harmony.