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Carmen Moraru promotes food and agriculture research funding in D.C.

Cornell food scientist Carmen Moraru testified before Congress about the value of USDA funding for food safety.

Conference to explore impact of immigrant criminalization

“Criminalizing Immigrants: Border Controls, Enforcement and Resistance” will be held on campus Nov. 9-10.

Former top cyber official to give Bartels lecture Nov. 15

Christopher Painter ’80, who coordinated cyber issues for the U.S. state department, will give the annual Bartels World Affairs Fellowship Lecture Nov. 15.

New initiative launched to support vulnerable families

Cornell researchers launched a new initiative to support vulnerable families and disrupt the intergenerational cycle of poverty.

Pick up free book, participate in discussion of modern tyranny

A panel discussion and community read of “On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century" will be held Oct. 30.

Cornell, community partners reflect on engagement for the greater good

Provost Michael Kotlikoff led a panel of faculty and community partners Oct. 20 to discuss the benefits of collaborative work and community efforts engaging students in addressing local and global public health challenges.

Chris Barrett talks food aid to D.C. policymakers

Congress can change U.S. international food-aid programs to save lives without increasing taxpayer costs, Chris Barrett testified before a Senate committee on Oct. 19.

Iscol lecturer takes on Trump immigration policies

Rebecca Heller, co-founder and director of the International Refugee Assistance Project, urged advocating for the rights of refugees Oct. 18.

Events seek to untangle roots of Rohingya crisis

Two upcoming events will attempt to shed light on the ethnic cleansing of 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims living in Myanmar.