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Cornell to debate Harvard at State Theatre April 26

Debaters will tackle the question “Is technology driving us in the wrong direction?” at Ithaca's State Theatre April 26.

Diversity and inclusion courses help managers build healthy cultures

Cornell has launched two new online diversity and inclusion certificate programs for HR professionals and managers.

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‘Impostor Syndrome’ is subject of two lectures April 23

Dena Simmons, assistant director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, will give two lectures on tackling impostor syndrome, April 23.

With enough income and wealth, cohabiting couples say 'I do'

Cohabiting couples are likely to get married only when they earn as much as their married peers, according to recent research by postdoctoral fellow Patrick Ishizuka.

Nine faculty projects win Internationalizing the Curriculum grants

Nine projects, many multidisciplinary, are receiving grants of approximately $155,000 this year from the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs.

Grant to unite Cornell, partners in fight against opioids

A grant will expand Cornell's research and work with partners on confronting opioid abuse through evidence-based interventions.

NYC conference to examine challenges posed by the ‘gig economy’

The "gig economy" will be explored in an April 27-28 conference in New York City organized by The Worker Institute at Cornell’s ILR School.

Analysis finds strong consensus on effectiveness of gender transition treatment

A new data analysis has found strong consensus that undergoing gender transition can improve transgender well-being.

Quality of Medicaid varies as a result of public policy

A new book by Jamila Michener, “Fragmented Democracy: Medicaid, Federalism and Unequal Politics,” finds unequal application of Medicaid undermines democracy.