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ILR Review ranked top journal in field by national association

According to a recent international survey by the Labor and Employment Relations Association, Cornell’s ILR Review continues to be the top journal in the field of work and employment relations.


Four Cornell faculty win White House early career awards

The White House has recognized Cornell faculty members – Thomas Hartman, Jenny Kao-Kniffin, Kin Fai Mak and Rebecca Slayton – with Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers.

Farmworker initiatives earn community engagement honor

Cornell is a regional winner of the 2019 W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Engagement Scholarship Awards, given by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.

New curator gives historic textile collection a fresh start

For Marcie Farwell, the inaugural Gordon and Marjorie Osborne Textile Industry Curator in the Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation, her new job is a perfect fit.


Collaborators look at legal issues through big data lens

Professors Michael Heise and Marty Wells discuss how they collaborate on empirical legal research, applying advanced data science and statistical analyses to look at legal issues that affect people’s lives as well as examining the judiciary system and how it operates.


Expert testifies on deadly deer disease to House committee

Dr. Krysten Schuler, senior research associate in the College of Veterinary Medicine, gave testimony on chronic wasting disease June 25 before the House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources.

New book explores children’s emotional expression

English professor Jane Juffer looks at children’s television, online gaming and political expression in her new book, “Don't Use Your Words! Children’s Emotions in a Networked World.”

Math can protect society’s networks, Kleinberg says in D.C.

Mathematical and computational models can make power grids, financial institutions and other networks less vulnerable to collapse, Jon Kleinberg, the Tisch University Professor of Computer Science, said at a June 13 presentation on Capitol Hill.

Cornell Law School professor wins Supreme Court death penalty appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court on June 21 overturned the 2010 conviction of Mississippi death row inmate Curtis Flowers, who was represented by Cornell Law School professor Sheri Lynn Johnson.