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Ensemble-in-residence loadbang performs April 15

Featuring a unique instrumentation of trumpet, trombone, bass clarinet, and baritone voice, loadbang headlines a week of great musical performances April 11-17.

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Inclusive Excellence Podcast: Meet editor, Grace DePaull

In this episode of the Inclusive Excellence Podcast, Erin Sember-Chase and Toral Patel invite Grace DePaull, the editor of the podcast, to help wrap up Women’s History Month by honoring this year’s theme of celebrating women who tell our stories.  

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Cornell admits ‘extraordinary’ Class of 2027

Academic rigor, entrepreneurial achievement and commitment to community stands out in the 5,141 students admitted to the Class of 2027 – 3,441 of whom were notified of their acceptance on March 30.

Marriott president, CEO describes leading in a changing world

In a conversation with President Martha E. Pollack, as part of the university’s Hatfield Lecture, Marriott president and CEO Anthony Capuano ’87 talked about how humility and listening are crucial elements of leadership.

Former congressmen offer strategies for overcoming polarization and performative politics

Max Rose, a former U.S. representative, was joined by former representative Fred Upton at a Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy event focusing on strategies for restoring civil discourse in the face of performative politics. Rose, a Democrat, and Upton, a Republican, said Congress has actually been relatively productive despite the degree of political polarization.  

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’54 carved portrait to adorn NYS Capitol

For the first time in 125 years, the face of a celebrated New Yorker – Ruth Bader Ginsburg – will be permanently commemorated at the New York State Capitol’s Great Western Staircase.

Future of DE&I at Work: April 14 Keynote features ILR dean, Corning VP

Dana D. Moss, Corning Incorporated vice president and chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer, and ILR Dean Alexander Colvin will discuss workplace DE&I.

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Service-learning helps students help communities

College students – who have the time and energy to serve as well as the desire to learn – are well positioned to advance their education while helping communities prepare for potential disasters, according to a new book co-edited by a Cornell researcher.

CCE podcast discusses avian influenza, backyard chickens and biosecurity

The recent resurgence of avian influenza – fueled by the return of migratory waterfowl that carry, but are typically not impacted by the virus – is causing significant damage to both commercial poultry and wild bird populations worldwide, while also impacting backyard flocks.

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Students explore law in NYC during summer course with internship

Prelaw in New York City features a four-credit course, "Introduction to the American Legal System," taught using the Socratic method used at most U.S. law schools and some selective internships. 

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Whole-message AI communication seen as more useful

Employing AI to write full messages in an arena where personal correspondence is crucial – representative government – appears to be more effective than using AI to generate individual sentences, according to new Cornell research.

Radar, AI identify Alaska Native Spanish flu victims burial site

A Cornell research scientist used ground-penetrating radar and AI modeling to locate the communal graves of approximately 93 victims of the Spanish influenza at Pilgrim Hot Springs in Alaska.