Eleven students from five countries made history May 25 as they became the first graduates of Cornell’s Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) program in a ceremony at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Demonstrating a new type of space technology, 105 of the world’s smallest free-flying satellites have just completed orbiting Earth, sending short signals received by a ground station at Cornell.
The Atkinson Center is awarding more than $1.3 million in seed grants to support roughly a dozen interdisciplinary research collaborations at Cornell that address key sustainability challenges.
About 2,000 middle and high school students will show their science and engineering acumen at the 35th annual Science Olympiad National Tournament, May 31-June 1 at Cornell.
Student and faculty researchers and their community partners will use this year’s Engaged Cornell research grants to study Cornell’s socioeconomic impact on Tompkins County and other topics.
Another successful semester of Cornell staff members pairing with student mentors to learn new skills was showcased and celebrated May 10 at a luncheon for participants in the Community Learning and Service Partnership program.
The Johnson Museum has published a new, full-color “Handbook of the Collections,” its first in 20 years. It features more than 300 artworks, plus stories, histories and alumni artists.
A cast of 75 readers told the story of Homer’s “Odyssey” during a daylong event April 26 in Klarman Hall. It was the first event in the College of Arts and Sciences’ new “Arts Unplugged” series.
Katherine McComas, Ph.D. ’00, professor of communication in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, discusses her role as Cornell’s vice provost for engagement and land-grant affairs.