Milstein: Program will embrace long-held Cornell ethos

A panel discussion, part of Trustee-Council Annual Meeting weekend, focused on the bridges being built between Cornell's Ithaca campus and the new Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island in NYC.

Weill Cornell Medicine researcher wins Lupus Insight Prize

Dr. Virginia Pascual was awarded the Lupus Insight Prize June 15 by the Lupus Research Alliance.

We Are Weill Cornell Medicine: Dr. Tanaka Dune

Dr. Tanaka Dune, a Weill Cornell Medicine urogynecologist, helps women who have pelvic floor disorders and other ob/gyn-related issues.

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Exhibition, research project highlight learning from Rembrandt’s art

Rembrandt van Rijn’s art and artistic practice have fascinated scholars and collectors for centuries. His printmaking methods, and prints from across his career, are revealed as an inspirational resource for research and teaching in a new exhibition of his etchings at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art.

Cornell launches Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity

A $20 million gift from the Milstein family will launch the new Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity, a collaboration between the College of Arts and Sciences and Cornell Tech that will pioneer a new approach to liberal arts education for the digital age. It is the first undergraduate program to link the Ithaca and Roosevelt Island campuses.

Cornell Tech, CUNY launch internship for women in tech

Cornell Tech, the New York City Mayor’s Office and the City University of New York launched a new winter internship program Oct. 11 as part of the Women in Technology and Entrepreneurship in New York (WiTNY) initiative.

Menopause triggers changes in brain that may promote Alzheimer’s

Menopause causes metabolic changes in the brain that may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, a research team says.

Entrepreneurship Summit NYC set for Nov. 3

Cornell President Martha E. Pollack will join entrepreneurs for the sixth Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit NYC Nov. 3.

Viability of indoor urban agriculture is focus of research grant

Cornell will lead a project to study how controlled-environment agriculture compares to conventional field agriculture, thanks to a three-year, $2.4 million grant from the National Science Foundation.