A new study – led by archaeologists from Cornell and from the University of Toronto, working in southeastern Turkey – reveals evidence of resilience and even of a flourishing ancient society despite changes in climate.
After learning the theory and methodology behind public opinion polls, undergraduates in “Taking America’s Pulse” surveyed a nationally representative sample of more than 1,100 Americans on a wide range of topics.
The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, in Catherwood Library, recently digitized the anti-union files donated by former HR executive Leonard C. Scott, who specialized in combatting labor unions.
Cornell social scientists were part of a team that won the National Excellence in Multistate Research Award from the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities and the United States Department of Agriculture.
Caitlín Barrett, associate professor of classics in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been named a National Geographic Explorer after receiving a grant from the National Geographic Society to study daily life in ancient Rome.
The National Science Foundation has awarded the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source $32.6 million to build a High Magnetic Field beamline, which will allow researchers to conduct precision X-ray studies of materials in persistent magnetic fields.
Marketing strategies that boost feelings of psychological ownership can increase people's willingness to clean up trash, donate money and volunteer at public parks, according to research co-authored by Suzanne Shu, professor of marketing.
At Cornell, committed leaders, expert faculty, trained staff and student hires have worked tirelessly behind the scenes to create a winning strategy to reactivate campus and keep the community safe from COVID-19.