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‘Inside Congress’ series begins April 17 in NYC

The Institute of Politics and Global Affairs at Cornell will launch its “Inside Congress” series April 17 in New York City.

Cornell hosts largest-ever High School Programming Contest

More than 180 students competed in Cornell’s annual High School Programming Contest, held simultaneously at Cornell Tech and in Rhodes Hall on the Ithaca campus.

Roman tragedy to be staged in original Latin

On April 21 and 24 Cornell classics students will stage the ancient Seneca play “Troades” in the original Latin, demonstrating the power of Seneca’s language and the vigor of Cornell’s living Latin program.

Ahmed Ahmed ’17 wins Soros Fellowship for New Americans

Ahmed Ahmed ’17, whose remarkable journey led him from a Kenyan refugee camp to Cornell, has been awarded a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans, which will support his medical school studies.

Facing illness, Ehrenberg revisits ‘Last Lecture’

Ron Ehrenberg’s accomplishments are many – and so are the adversities he and his wife, Randy, have faced.

Staff News

Celebrate engaged learning, leadership and research April 15

The annual Community Engagement Showcase April 15 in Klarman Hall will feature 33 projects highlighting local, regional and international examples of community-engaged learning.

Raymond Fox ’47, emeritus professor of floriculture, dies at 96

Raymond T. Fox ’47, M.S. ’52, Ph.D. ’56, professor emeritus of floriculture and ornamental horticulture and renowned for his elaborate campus floral displays and floriculture expertise, died March 31 in Ithaca, New York. He was 96.

Social scientists analyze the dynamics shaping China’s cities

Five faculty fellows involved in the China’s Cities collaborative project reported on their results from three years of research at a March 22 capstone lecture. The Institute for the Social Sciences sponsored the project.

Africana Center to honor founder at 50th anniversary symposium

The Africana Studies and Research Center kicks off a year-long commemoration of the 50th anniversary of its founding with a two-day symposium honoring its founder, James Turner.