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Grandfather and granddaughter to graduate together

Herb Doig started work on his master's degree in the 1950s and is now on the cusp of completing that journey at the age of 83, alongside his granddaughter Kiley McPeek.

Atkinson fellow talks conservation, farm bill in D.C.

Amanda Rodewald, professor of natural resources, spoke about the importance of the farm bill to conservation outcomes on a panel in Washington, D.C., May 11.

Cornell’s impact in New York state

A new interactive website highlights how Cornell carries out its public mission through partnerships and service in New York state.


How will New Yorkers power through future hurricanes?

A new paper shows the changing climate’s impact on New York City’s transportation energy infrastructure is worsening over time. 

Former VP Cheney gives wide-ranging talk, Q&A

Former Vice President Dick Cheney gives a brief talk, then answers questions submitted in advance by students for more than an hour in an event co-sponsored by the Cornell Republicans, May 1 at Call Auditorium.

Railway records document more than a century of seismic labor shifts

The Kheel Center’s railroad collections tell stories about the seismic shifts, catalyzed by railroads, that shaped the modern age.

Cornell in Washington partners with nonprofit to build inclusive communities

Cornell in Washington partnered with the nonprofit Building Bridges Across the River to implement development plans for the city's Anacostia neighborhood.

Miss Namibia, saving the rhino

Suné January, Miss Namibia 2017, will discuss rhino conservation in Namibia and more in a Department of Natural Resources seminar, Thursday, May 3.


Psychologists: ‘There is no alternative to free speech’

Psychology’s extensive study of bias offers an important lens through which to view and reduce conflicts about free speech and hate speech, two Cornell psychologists say.