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WIDE student fellows expand their DEI understanding

Launched in spring 2022, the Workplace Inclusion and Diversity Education program is a partnership between the ILR Credit Internship Program and ILR WIDE

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A touch of gold has extra reach in degrading micropollutants

A Cornell team used a new form of high-resolution optical imaging to better understand how adsorption – i.e., the clinging of molecules to surfaces – works on the semiconductor titanium dioxide with a gold particle added as a co-catalyst. 

Digital murals to dental clinics: Einhorn Center grants support community-based projects

The Einhorn Center for Community Engagement recently award Engaged Opportunity Grants to 10 university-community project teams. The grants provide up to $5,000 to Cornell faculty and staff to include undergraduate students in community-engaged learning opportunities.

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Exhibition highlights overlooked colonial Latin American art

“Colonial Crossings: Art, Identity, and Belief in the Spanish Americas,” opening July 20 at the Johnson Museum, brings a nuanced view to a complicated period in Latin American art, and it is doing so with the help of student curators.

Fish biodiversity benefits nutrition, particularly for lower income people

Households in Cambodia caught and consumed a far more diverse array of fish than they sold at market, highlighting how biodiversity loss might affect people’s nutrition, especially for those with lower incomes. 

NIH grant awarded to investigate how immune system can banish HIV

Weill Cornell Medicine has received $4.2 million to study how the immune system in some people infected with HIV can keep the virus under control, which could lead to new therapies.

Machine learning helps define subtypes of Parkinson’s disease

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine have used machine learning to define three subtypes of Parkinson’s disease based on the pace at which the disease progresses.

CCE helps Erie and Lewis counties weather storm disasters

A network of staff and experts in Cornell Cooperative Extension offices across the state mobilize to help and share information after weather emergencies.

Kramnick Scholarship Fund tops $1 million mark

Gifts to the fund came from more than 400 alumni who say their lives were changed by his teaching and his friendship.

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Cornell crafts multifaceted game studies program

The field of game studies is growing at Cornell, including an expanded set of classes, workshops and symposia and a growing library collection of games.

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Jamey Edwards is on a mission to fix healthcare

The newest episode of the Startup Cornell podcast features Jamey Edwards '96 MBA '03, president & chief strategy officer at Koko Home, a company providing radar driven, AI-enabled solutions for healthcare and an Entrepreneur in Residence of StartUp Health, which was founded in 2011 to invest in global health entrepreneurs.

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Navigating DEI in a post-affirmative action landscape

Cornell Nolan School professor David Sherwyn engages Paul Wagner, chief financial officer of Stokes Wagner, and Holly Lawson, Noble Hotels and Resorts’ senior vice president of human resources, in a discussion corporate DEI programs.

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