Annelise Riles's new book on public interaction with central banks is published on a platform that encourages readers to make their voices heard.
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.
At Cornell, the field of media studies is flourishing, with new initiatives, new hires and new courses.
The level of empathy egalitarians and anti-egalitarians express toward others’ misfortunes depends on whether that other person holds a high- or low-ranking position in society.
Psychologist Tom Gilovich and a former Cornell graduate student have found people are haunted more by regrets about failing to fulfill their hopes and dreams than by regrets about failing to fulfill their responsibilities.
ILR School research investigates why initiators of unwanted romantic advances in the workplace often misunderstand the discomfort they cause.
Faculty and academic staff presented projects including comics, videos and websites in the Knowledge Matters Fellowship, May 10.
Engaged Graduate Student Grants will support 21 Cornell doctoral students and their community partners researching a range of topics.
Five large introductory lecture courses will be transformed to include a larger share of activities that engage students to learn by doing rather than passive listening.