The High Road fellowship program is sending 21 undergraduates to work with Western New York community-based organizations.
The Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce hosted the leaders of three area universities, including Cornell, who described ways in which their institutions benefit the economy and society of New York state’s Southern Tier region.
Edward Carlos Melby Jr. DVM ’54, dean emeritus of the College of Veterinary Medicine, died April 22 of Alzheimer’s disease. He was 88 years old.
The newly renamed Center for Conservation Social Sciences will work to understand the public's relationship with natural conservation.
The Ecological Learning Collaboratory brought people from Africa, South Asia and North America to interact with Cornell faculty.
A new interactive website highlights how Cornell carries out its public mission through partnerships and service in New York state.
Dynamic Boundaries, a startup that aims to relieve pain and improve mobility for patients suffering from severe osteoarthritis, joined Cornell’s McGovern Center, a business incubator, June 1.
George Epstein ’15 pedaled 10,893 miles over the course of 11 months to arrive at Reunion 2018.
Cornell will establish a new Center of Excellence in Food and Agriculture at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, thanks to $1 million in state funding.
In an era that swirls with distrust and political cynicism, public service can rescue us, said New York State Supreme Court Justice Debra James ’75, J.D. ’78, at the June 8 Olin Lecture.
Carl Gortzig, professor emeritus and chair of the former Department of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, died June 2 at the Oak Hill Manor Nursing Home in Ithaca at age 87.
The Class of 2018 was recognized at the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Hooding Ceremony May 26 in Bailey Hall.