Faculty panelists discuss immigration reform in America

Faculty experts discussed local, national and international perspectives on immigration and migration and potential impacts of policy changes on Cornell, at a Mosaic Forum June 10.

Wildlife Health Cornell takes new approach to natural world

Led by some of the world's top wildlife health experts, Wildlife Health Cornell seeks a healthier future for wildlife by promoting the well-being of animals, people and the natural world we share.

New process may lead to vaccine for schistosomiasis

Cornell and Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research scientists have developed a way to produce a protein antigen that may be used as a vaccine for the tropical disease schistosomiasis.

Student work sheds light on hotels' dark side: sex trafficking

A recent School of Hotel Administration graduate is shedding light on a dark side of the hospitality industry: child sex trafficking. Giovanna Cavagnaro ’17 wrote her honors thesis on the largely underreported problem.

Cornell's leadership in Himalayan studies celebrated

More than two dozen Himalayan scholars gathered at Cornell last month to chart a way through a political and economic landscape that is increasingly hostile to area studies.

Orchestra members forge cultural bonds on Argentina trip

Cornell Orchestra members traveled to Argentina over spring break to collaborate with professional symphony musicians for a concert performance of Mahler's Symphony No. 6 in the city of Neuquén.

Musicologist Andrew Hicks awarded Berlin Prize

Andrew Hicks, assistant professor of music and medieval studies, has won a Berlin Prize from the American Academy in Berlin.

Report: Coordinate efforts to ensure food, nutrition security

A national commission that included leaders from CALS announced May 16 a comprehensive, coordinated effort to solve food and nutrition security challenges that pose humanitarian, environmental and national security risks.

Einaudi speaker touts value of international education, languages

Obama administration official Mohamed Abdel-Kader said in a May 10 on speech on campus that multilingualism and the ability to understand cultures helps in solving global crises such as climate change and military conflicts.