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Pollack issues statement responding to White House rescission of DACA program

President Martha E. Pollack sent a message to the Cornell community Sept. 5, following the Trump administration announcement that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is being rescinded.

New engaged learning curriculum offers gateway to the world

The Department of Anthropology’s new Global Gateways course sequence will give students the opportunity to prepare for, and make the most of, Cornell’s off-campus opportunities.

New initiative bridges plant breeding digital divide

The Open-source Breeding Informatics Initiative is helping bring cutting-edge crop breeding tools to breeders in developing countries.

‘Building Sustainable Communities’ forum is Sept. 28-29

Cornell’s Community and Regional Development Institute (CaRDI) hosts “Building Sustainable Communities: Global Forces, Local Focus,” Sept. 28-29 on campus to help communities become more sustainable.

Language Resource Center opens in Stimson Hall

After 25 years in Noyes Lodge, the Language Resource Center has a new mission and a new space on the ground floor of Stimson Hall.

Conference to explore new Southeast Asian language pedagogies

Instructors of the six major national languages of Southeast Asia – Burmese, Indonesian, Khmer, Tagalog, Thai and Vietnamese – will gather at Cornell Sept. 8-10 for the Southeast Asian Language Teaching: New Directions Conference.

International faculty fellows make global impact

The inaugural class of international faculty fellows received research funding and contributed to interdisciplinary collaboration through their colleges and the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.

Girls uncover the past at Armenian archaeology camp

This summer, six Armenian girls got an insider’s view of a massive archaeological project in their home country thanks to Camp Aragats, an initiative of the U.S.-based Aragats Foundation, which was founded by Cornell archaeologists Lori Khatchadourian and Adam T. Smith.

Fulbright recipients head off to global destinations

Fourteen Cornell students and recent alumni are setting out this fall for destinations around the world, thanks to grants from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.