Doctoral students win research support from Einaudi Center

Twelve Cornell graduate students have been selected for the Einaudi-SSRC Dissertation Proposal Development Program, the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies announced.

MBA students collaborate at Cornell Tech hackathon

One of China's largest online retailers,, visited the Cornell Tech campus in late April and presented a challenge to 117 Chinese and American MBA students.

English professors discuss friendship, collaborative project

Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon and Dagmawi Woubshet, associate professors of English, discussed their ongoing collaborative poetry translation project May 3 in Klarman Hall.

Asia conference highlights Cornell's sustainability efforts

A conference in Hong Kong April 6-7 brought together 80 researchers and practitioners in Asia and the United States to share sustainable practices and solutions.

Alum talks about challenges posed by refugee crises

At the International Human Rights Clinicians Conference April 28 on campus, Arafat Jamal '92 spoke on "A Crisis of War and a Crisis of Will: Prospects for Responding to a Global Refugee Phenomenon."

Anthropologist explores toxicity and healing in East Africa

In an April 11 lecture, Stacey Langwick explored how concerns over toxicity shape public conversations about the forms of nourishment and modes of healing that make places livable.

Showcase celebrates Cornell students' public engagement

More than 200 people gathered April 24 to honor the civic outreach of Cornell students at the 2017 Community Engagement Showcase, which displayed several dozen projects associated with the community.

Cassava is genetically decaying, putting staple crop at risk

A genomic analysis of cassava has found that mutations have corroded the genome, producing many dysfunctional versions of genes and putting at risk a crucial crop that feeds a tenth of all people.

'Healing through the arts': Kim presents refugee project

Assistant professor of music Ariana Kim found inspiration among a group of refugees and asylum seekers in Italy for her CCA Biennial arts and empathy project, to be presented on campus April 29.