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Bleeding-control basics taught at Cornell Health sessions

Two Weill Cornell Medicine trauma surgeons held a pair of training sessions at Cornell Health for Stop the Bleed,” a national effort to teach basic bleeding control.

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CIS, Cornell Tech host first-ever programming contest for high school girls

Female students from more than 20 high schools in upstate New York and New York City competed Feb. 23 in Cornell’s first High School Girls Programming Contest.

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Workshop teaches problem-solving through rapid prototyping

Using the five steps of design thinking, Diane Levitt from Cornell Tech gave a workshop Feb. 20 on how to work as a team to create rapid prototypes in an attempt to solve real-world problems.

Living shorelines offer hope for state’s coastal communities

As climate change threatens coastal areas, experts from the New York Sea Grant program are involved in a project to protect the state’s shorelines and the people who live near them.

ILR’s Yang-Tan Institute gives youth with disabilities a boost

A research project supported by the ILR School's Yang-Tan Institute is helping to give young people with disabilities a chance at better lives through education, work.

Caring for the best: Cornell at the Westminster dog show

The College of Veterinary Medicine made its debut earlier this month as the official veterinary care provider of the Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New York City.

Cornell Tech Dean Dan Huttenlocher to step down

Dan Huttenlocher, dean and vice provost of Cornell Tech, who positioned the campus as one of the most forward-thinking and interdisciplinary in the nation, will step down Aug. 1 to become dean of MIT’s new college of computing.

Health care issues tackled at Weill Cornell Hackathon

The third annual NYC Health Hackathon, hosted Feb. 8-10 by Weill Cornell Medicine, brought teams together in an attempt to solve myriad medical challenges.

‘Hamilton’ producer among spring Milstein speakers

The multidisciplinary Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity will bring prominent thinkers to campus this spring for thought-provoking public events and workshops.