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ILR’s High Road fellows make an impact on Western New York

The High Road fellowship program is sending 21 undergraduates to work with Western New York community-based organizations.

‘Collaboratory’ shares ideas on food, healing, justice

The Ecological Learning Collaboratory brought people from Africa, South Asia and North America to interact with Cornell faculty.

Workshop to foster multidisciplinary economic research

The 2018 Workshop on Macro-development at Cornell Tech June 22-23 will explore advancing economic growth in the developing world.

Vet College celebrates completion of class expansion project

After five years of construction, the class expansion of the College of Veterinary Medicine was celebrated June 5.

Prison education program graduates 16 at Five Points

Cayuga Community College conferred 16 associate's degrees to Five Points Correctional Facility inmates in the Cornell Prison Education Program at a ceremony May 24, where nine Cornell Certificates in Liberal Arts were also awarded.

Cornell studies to protect Great Lakes coastal regions

Three grants from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration will aid Cornell coastal science research projects along the Great Lakes.

Conference takes multigenerational approach to youth development

The eighth annual Youth Development Research Update brought practitioners and researchers together to discuss best practices of helping communities.

Roper Center illuminates World War II issues

The world’s largest archive of public opinion data is embarking on a new project to explore what Americans believed and how they felt about events and people during World War II.

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Fulbright scholar engages with indigenous communities

Rebecca Macklin, a 2017-18 Fulbright visiting student researcher from the United Kingdom, spent the academic year at Cornell enhancing her indigenous studies research, taking classes and tutoring Onondaga Nation students.