Sociologist Michèle Lamont will discuss economic inequality and recognition for stigmatized minority groups on campus Feb. 2.
New Cornell research explains why languages with many speakers, like English or Mandarin, have large vocabularies with relatively simple grammar – and why those with fewer speakers have the opposite characteristics.
New research shows that babies organize mothers’ verbal responses, which promotes more effective language instruction, and babbling is key.
Four new alumni gifts have helped the College of Arts and Sciences create three new professorships and fund a new graduate student position.
Cornell's Institute for the Social Sciences has awarded 14 small grants to researchers around the university working on solutions to 21st-century problems.
Ethan Felder ’09 isn’t shy about standing up for what he believes in – even if that means literally standing up in front of a crowd of 1,000 people at a Queens neighborhood rally.
Cornell’s International Agriculture and Rural Development 602 class is celebrating 50 years of international engagement.
A new social media simulator lets kids learn to present themselves online, deal with cyberbullying and identify fake news, all in a safe offline environment.
Looking at the world through the lens of an algorithm illuminates some aspects but obscures others, says Malte Ziewitz, assistant professor of science and technology studies.