More than two dozen student designers will have their work featured in a professional fashion show put on by the Cornell Fashion Collective, March 9 in Barton Hall.
Two Weill Cornell Medicine trauma surgeons held a pair of training sessions at Cornell Health for “Stop the Bleed,” a national effort to teach basic bleeding control.
Smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa are engaging in sustainable and equitable agricultural development through an innovative curriculum that puts them front and center.
Cornell’s fourth annual Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon, March 8 at Olin Library, contributes to enhancing and expanding the site’s coverage of notable women and a range of topics across feminism, gender and the arts.
The Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine took part in World Spay Day for the first time on Feb. 23, and a total of 78 surgeries were performed, exceeding expectations.
The Cornell-led New York Soil Health Initiative has just released its Soil Health Roadmap, which identifies ways farmers and land managers can adopt better soil health practices.
A pair of Cornell librarians traveled to Africa earlier this year to conduct workshops and help researchers advance food security and legal scholarship.
As climate change threatens coastal areas, experts from the New York Sea Grant program are involved in a project to protect the state’s shorelines and the people who live near them.
A research project supported by the ILR School's Yang-Tan Institute is helping to give young people with disabilities a chance at better lives through education, work.