Thirteen students participating in the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program at Cornell traveled to Washington, D.C., June 28 to advocate for federal programs assisting first-generation and low-income college students.
The Ecological Learning Collaboratory brought people from Africa, South Asia and North America to interact with Cornell faculty.
Ololade Olawale ’18 and Amir Patel ’18 say they’re heading out into the world with a deeper understanding of who they are and what they want to do with their lives thanks to the Posse program.
Tarek Khader and Susannah Calhoun overcame great odds and obstacles to earn, respectively, an M.D. and Ph.D. from Weill Cornell Medicine.
The College of Arts and Sciences will offer three new programs to support first-generation, low-income students, starting this summer.
Six of 10 Mellon Mays undergraduate fellows graduating from the College of Arts and Sciences are headed directly to graduate school.
Dr. Hannah Valantine, chief officer for scientific workforce diversity at the NIH, advocated for diversity in academic medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Weill Cornell Medicine honored 18 faculty, trainees, students and staff April 23 for their outstanding service and leadership in promoting diversity.
“A Conversation with Geek Girls” featured Heather Cabot, co-author of “Geek Girl Rising,” a book that explores “the sisterhood [that has been] shaking up tech.”