Lois Spier Gray, an iconic ILR School professor who committed her life to advancing social justice and workers’ rights, died Sept. 20 in New York City.
The Office of Engagement Initiatives has awarded nearly $840,000 to 21 teams of faculty and community partners integrating community engagement into majors and minors.
Cornell helps students in kindergarten through 12th grade explore science, technology, engineering and math through a variety of innovative programs.
ApoE4, a protein linked to both Alzheimer’s disease, increases the risk of cognitive impairment by reducing the number and responsiveness of blood vessels.
The Cornell Food Venture Center helped the company Masala Mama bring its four all-natural Indian simmer sauces to market.
A Cornell study of strawberry crops on New York farms tested the effectiveness of wildflower strips for attracting pollinators to crops, with findings that could uncover the plant species most likely to produce optimal results.
Empire Farm Days, the largest outdoor agricultural trade show in the Northeastern U.S., focused on soil health Aug. 7-9 in Seneca Falls, New York.
Professors Emeriti Isaac Kramnick and R. Laurence Moore explore atheism in American public life in their new book, “Godless Citizens in a Godly Republic.”
Cornell’s berry breeding program is releasing two new varieties, which will be available for planting in spring 2019: a strawberry, Dickens, and a raspberry, Crimson Treasure.
Astrophysicist Ray Jayawardhana became the Harold Tanner Dean of Arts and Sciences Sept. 1.
What began as family recipes from Bisharo Ali's native Somalia are now commercial products, thanks in part to help from the Cornell Food Venture Center.
Everest Seedless, the newest offering from Cornell’s grape breeders, is a big, bold fruit that comes with a towering history.