Conference examines criminalization of immigrants

“Criminalizing Immigrants: Border Controls, Enforcement and Resistance,” Nov. 9-10, brought researchers and academics from a range of disciplines together.

Kids in tough neighborhoods face joblessness, lower income as adults

Children who live in disadvantaged neighborhoods at any point in their lives up to age 18 are 75 percent more likely to be unemployed and also earn a lower income as adults, according to sociologist Steven Alvarado.

Psychologist examines ‘The Human Intellect’ in new podcast

David Pizarro, associate professor of psychology, raises questions about human intellectual dominance in a new podcast.

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Conference to explore impact of immigrant criminalization

“Criminalizing Immigrants: Border Controls, Enforcement and Resistance” will be held on campus Nov. 9-10.

Education innovator advocates for transdisciplinary ‘StudioLab’

A new transdisciplinary pedagogy encourages active learning via conceptual, aesthetic and technical learning.

Roper Center takes the pulse with two faculty members on board

Faculty members Kelly Musick and Jonathon Schuldt have joined the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research board.

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Noted scholar to examine racism, new racial science Nov. 15

Dorothy Roberts, an acclaimed scholar of race, gender and law will address racism, the new racial science and a more ethical way to study race and racism at the 2017 Institute for the Social Sciences Annual Lecture.

Anthropology grad students receive Fulbright-Hays fellowships

Two Cornell anthropology graduate students will conduct their fieldwork overseas with support from the Fulbright-Hays program.

New initiative launched to support vulnerable families

Cornell researchers launched a new initiative to support vulnerable families and disrupt the intergenerational cycle of poverty.