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Jewish Studies Program holds two NYC events in 2018

The Jewish Studies Program and the Center for Jewish History in New York City will present events Jan. 8 and March 28, 2018.

Cornell Tech has boosted excitement, interest universitywide, dean says

Dan Huttenlocher, the Jack and Rilla Neafsey Dean of Cornell Tech, gave an update on the New York City campus Dec. 19 at the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce.

NIH grant seeks to improve treatment for mid- and late-life depression

A $4 million, four-year grant will support a new research center to develop improved treatments for middle-age and older adults suffering from depression.

Cornell Tech startup ideas get bigger, brighter, bolder

Team energy warmed the Tata Innovation Center as winter blasted outside along New York City's East River Dec. 14 at Cornell Tech's first Open Studio on Roosevelt Island.

Fashion alumni project: from MVR to MoMA

A plus-size dress form designed by alumni is featured in “Items: Is Fashion Modern?” at NYC’s Museum of Modern Art until Jan. 28.

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Alumni affairs and development names new leaders

Shalini Mimani, Marybeth Tarzian and David Whitmore ’96 will join AAD’s senior leadership team in December.

Coalition to provide data for improving life science career choices

President Martha E. Pollack has committed the university to a new multi-institution initiative to make public data pertaining to career outcomes for life sciences doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers.

Faculty committee tasked to envision opportunities in New York City

President Martha E. Pollack has charged a committee of 12 faculty members from across the university to envision what Cornell’s presence in New York City might look like over the next decade.

Signs of acute myeloid leukemia may be present years before diagnosis

Patients with acute myeloid leukemia may have genetic mutations in their blood indicating they are at high risk of developing the disease.