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Cornell Bridges to Community wins Perkins Prize

The student group, which sends students on service-learning trips to Nicaragua and encourages them to become global citizens, has won Cornell’s most distinguished diversity prize.

Kassam elected to Academy of Sciences in Tajikistan

Natural resources professor Karim-Aly Kassam has been elected to the Academy of Sciences in Tajikistan.

Social scientists stress importance of sustainability work

Six social scientists discussed their research at the Third Annual Young Social Scientists Sustainability Research Forum Feb. 21.

CALS seeks to meet needs of the world's poorest

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences launched the celebration of the 50th anniversary of its International Programs Feb. 15.

Bean to help steer U.S. role in Euclid mission

Rachel Bean, an associate professor of astronomy, has been chosen to play a key role in a mission to better understand how the universe has been expanding and of what it is made.

Adam Lerner ’13 to head to Asia as Luce scholar

The Luce Scholars Program, aimed at increasing awareness of Asia among future leaders in American society, provides stipends and placement in one-year internships in Asia.

Birds-of-paradise site offers videos, classroom tools

With 35 high-definition videos as a centerpiece, the Birds-of-Paradise Project website offers exclusive footage, lesson plans, interative features and much more.

Cornell Institute of Archaeology and Material Studies founded

The Institute for Archaeology and Material Studies will provide a new overarching structure for archaeology-related teaching and research across several disciplines at Cornell.

International Programs celebrates 50th anniversary

International Programs in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences launches a yearlong celebration of its 50th anniversary Feb. 15, in the Dean’s Room of Mann Library, from 5 to 8 p.m., on campus.