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Dazzling festivities in NYC celebrate Cornell's 150th

Cornellians kicked off the first of the university’s regional sesquicentennial celebrations in a big way in the Big Apple Sept. 12-13.

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For a healthier you, let your smartphone call it in

The National Science Foundation has awarded a five-year, $3 million grant to a multidisciplinary group of Cornell researchers who are developing a device to help you track your health right in the palm of your hand.

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AAP NYC set to expand offerings in new space

The College of Architecture, Art and Planning's New York City program, AAP NYC, will have a new expanded location in lower Manhattan later this year for its graduate and undergraduate programs.

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Cornell engages with community on Roosevelt Island Day

Students, faculty and administrators from Cornell Tech, Weill Cornell Medical College and Cooperative Extension participated in Roosevelt Island Day, June 21.

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Cornell Tech MBAs connect with undergrad entrepreneurs

Members of the inaugural class of Cornell Tech MBA students are working with undergrads, grads and young alumni on a variety of entrepreneurial projects in Ithaca this summer.

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Cornell Tech will be 'land grant' school for NYC

The growth of Cornell Tech over the next few years will be exciting to watch and in many ways similar to what we see on the Ithaca campus, but with a novel approach, a Reunion audience was told June 7.

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Cornell Tech grads solve problems large and small

Six exploratory startup projects were showcased May 16 during Cornell Tech's third Open Studio.

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Natural resources expert talks Big Apple agriculture

Natural resources doctoral student Philip Silva described the blooming world of urban gardens at a talk in New York City May 21.

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President Skorton congratulates NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital's staff, leadership for honor roll ranking

Cornell President David Skorton congratulates the staff and academic leadership of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital for its sixth-place ranking in the U.S. News and World Report 'America's Best Hospitals' survey.