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Crops hold harmful mutations that reduce productivity

New research reveals that even the highest performing maize crops contain rare harmful mutations that limit crop productivity.

Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate to survey Ithaca campus

Members of the Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate are actively working toward an end-of-semester deadline to deliver specific recommendations to President Martha E. Pollack.

New Global Learning site launches

The new Global Learning website has launched, replacing the Cornell Abroad site.


For two African Cornell undergrads, the UN unveils a world of opportunity

Brenda Umutoniwase ’20 and Grace Giramahoro ’20, found a Cornell student trip to United Nations Feb. 16 enlightening.


Giving Day 2018 aims to make a lasting impact

March 20 is Cornell Giving Day, the fourth annual day of giving dedicated to supporting the university and unifying Cornellians all over the world.

Teukolsky to explore the Dark Universe in Spring Hans Bethe Lecture

Cornell astrophysicist Saul Teukolsky will explain gravitational waves and other phenomena March 28 as part of the Hans Bethe Lecture at Cornell.

Military women discuss service, careers

Women military veterans and ROTC students held a panel discussion March 7 on women in the military, in recognition of Military Women in History Month.


Cornell to collaborate with Vingroup to establish VinUniversity in Hanoi, Vietnam

Cornell is involved in a multiyear consulting services contract with Vietnam’s largest property developer that includes advising on the development of infrastructure, campus reviews, curriculum and faculty hiring.

Fortune editor visits March 16 for Munschauer lecture

Leigh Gallagher ’94, senior editor at large at Fortune magazine, will talk about her work and her career March 16.