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Chobani Foundation, Cornell team to support N.Y. dairy students

New York state students interested in dairy farming careers will get a boost thanks to a new scholarship program from Chobani and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

Discussion continues on social sciences review

Discussions about the organizational structures of Cornell’s social sciences will continue throughout the summer and likely through the fall, administrators say.

Commencement honors future health care leaders

Weill Cornell Medicine’s Class of 2018 – 289 students strong – celebrated at commencement exercises May 31 at Carnegie Hall.

ILR-Aspen partnership provides gig economy numbers

The ILR School and the Aspen Institute Future of Work Initiative launched the Gig Economy Data Hub May 31 to help increase understanding of the gig economy and its workers.

Enhanced e-book calls for public interaction with central banking

Annelise Riles's new book on public interaction with central banks is published on a platform that encourages readers to make their voices heard.

New radiocarbon cycle research may alter history

New research from a Cornell-led team reveals variations in the radiocarbon cycle diverging from the standard calibration curve used to achieve precise radiocarbon dating in archaeological and historical research.

Employee trustee candidate forum and election to be held next week

A candidate forum will be held June 4, noon-1:30 p.m. in Klarman Auditorium to present candidates for the remaining two years of a currently vacant four-year employee-elected trustee term. Voting starts June 5.


Preferred suppliers showcased June 1

The annual supplier show hosted by Procurement Services is now underway, June 1, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Barton Hall.


Cornell plans response against emerald ash borer

Discovered in Cornell’s Arnot Forest in March, evidence of the invasive emerald ash borer has been found in downtown Ithaca. Within the next several years, it will change the landscape of campus.