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Finding, using map data online just got easier

A new redesign of the Cornell University Geospatial Information Repository website makes it easier to find and use a broad variety of map data.


Wynton Marsalis to mentor, perform during Cornell visit March 22-28

Famed jazz musician and composer Wynton Marsalis will visit Cornell in his role as an A.D. White Professor-at-Large, for classes, workshops and joining student musicians in a free concert in Bailey Hall March 28.

Students urge lawmakers to support federal student aid

Cornell students descended on Capitol Hill March 14 for Student Aid Advocacy Day to share their experiences with financial aid.

Campus connects to Afghanistan, Mexico via portal

Students, faculty and staff interacted with people around the world via an inflatable portal set up in the Biotech atrium March 7.

CALS senior advocates for ag programs on Capitol Hill

Delegates from Cornell traveled to Washington, D.C., March 4-7 to advocate for federal support of land-grant universities and agricultural research.

Dejah Powell uses awards to help feed her Chicago neighborhood

The South Side of Chicago, where Dejah Powell ’18 grew up, is known as an urban food desert. Powell, an environmental and sustainability science major, is helping to change that.

Cornell's trustees aim for the university's long-term health

Cornell Board of Trustees Chairman Robert S. Harrison ’76 and Executive Committee Chairman Jan Rock Zubrow ’77 discuss university priorities and challenges, leadership, student and alumni engagement, and the board's unique makeup.


Volunteer editors enhance Wikipedia content on women artists

The third annual Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon at Cornell will host two group editing sessions on campus Saturday, March 10.

Public Service Center announces Ewing Award recipients

Three student and staff groups were selected as winners of the Ewing Family Service Award, established in 2015 to support community-engaged projects.