“Throughline,” a multimedia performance of music, poetry and image featuring four African-American women artists will be held Tuesday, March 28 in the Kiplinger Theater.
Cornell administrators, staff and faculty discussed possible changes in immigration policy and their impacts on university students with DACA status at a panel discussion March 17.
Cornell has joined more than 560 institutions of higher education in signing a letter to President Donald Trump March 16 asking that he support noncitizen students who have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program status.
The more racial insults and bias Asian-Americans faced during a two-week study, the worse they slept, according to a new research by Anthony Ong, associate professor of human development.
Several individuals and organizations were selected for the 2017 Cook Awards honoring their work to advance the status of women at Cornell.
Nancy M. Schlichting, MBA ’79, retired CEO of the Henry Ford Health System, delivered a keynote address on "Unconventional Leadership" at the inaugural Sloan Women in Healthcare Leadership Symposium.
Artist and activist Melanie Cervantes will give a public talk March 14 at 4:40 p.m. on the fourth floor of Rockefeller Hall as part of her weeklong campus visit.
Senior Vice Provost Barbara Knuth, Vice President Ryan Lombardi and Vice Provost Laura Spitz issued a statement about concerns pertaining to President Trump's revised executive order.
About 140 staff members gathered Feb. 28 in the Biotechnology Building at a forum to discuss immigrants, refugees, green card holders and citizens, while others participated online through Zoom.