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Nine faculty projects win Internationalizing the Curriculum grants

Nine projects, many multidisciplinary, are receiving grants of approximately $155,000 this year from the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs.

We Are Weill Cornell Medicine: Dr. Ernie Esquivel

Dr. Ernie Esquivel, director of Weill Cornell Medical College’s internal medicine clerkship, loves watching medical students succeed in their training.


All about animals

The annual College of Veterinary Medicine open house will be held April 7, and a talk on dental care tips for pets will be held April 14 at the Baker Institute for Animal Health.


Willis recognized for work with cows, students – and knots

Gerald Willis was recognized with the George Peter Award for Dedicated Service March 29 at the Vet College for his care for the university’s dairy herd and his work with veterinary students and faculty.


Cancer symposium aims to unify Cornell researchers

Cornell will hold the first Annual Cancer Research Symposium to showcase diverse and groundbreaking cancer research on campus, and to better integrate investigators from the Ithaca campus and Weill Cornell Medicine.

New apple disease spoils even pasteurized foods

A new study for the first time describes a new apple disease, Paecilomyces rot, caused by a little-studied fungus.

Cornell vets perform rare procedure to cure puppy’s cardiac condition

Rex the German shepherd's life was saved by an international veterinary team at Cornell.

Research reveals new direction to halt citrus greening epidemic

New research from the Boyce Thompson Institute is looking at ways to thwart citrus greening, which robs trees of nutrients and destroys crops.

Lacrosse player overcomes history of ailments to captain Big Red

Jake Pulver ’18 suffered through many challenges to realize his dreams and become an asset to Big Red lacrosse.