Skip to main content
Campus & Community
Colleges & Schools

Working as an archivist is ‘a dream’ for ILR’s Steven Calco

As a research archivist in the Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation & Archives, Steven Calco works to make labor history accessible.

Around Cornell

First-generation students, staff offer insight, advice

First-generation students bring a unique perspective to their educational experience at Cornell, and the university is committed to fostering opportunities for them.

Around Cornell

Farid Ferdows ’21: ‘For those who dream, Cornell is your place’

Ferdows, who served as an Afghan interpreter for the U.S. Army, says Cornell welcomed him with academic support, financial aid and camaraderie with other veteran students.

Cornell faculty contribute to Astro2020 decadal survey

The newly released “Pathways to Discovery in Astronomy and Astrophysics for the 2020s,” identifies scientific priorities, opportunities and funding recommendations for the next 10 years of astronomy and astrophysics.

Can't find your keys? You need a chickadee brain

For the first time, researchers have shown that there is a genetic component underlying the amazing spatial memories of mountain chickadees, which hide thousands of food items every fall and rely on these hidden stores to get through harsh winters.

‘Miracle dog’ goes into fifth remission from lymphoma

Indy, a puggle-Boston terrier mix, has been treated with different chemotherapies five times and gone into remission each time at the College for Veterinary Medicine.

When is a basin of attraction like an octopus?

A new paper in Physical Review Letters sheds light on the way basins of attraction work in systems with multiple attractors. 

Around Cornell

William Staffeld: Examination of the Eye

Join the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning on November 15, for a special exhibition showcasing the work of AAP's longtime college photographer, William (Bill) Staffeld at the John Hartell Gallery at Sibley Dome.

Around Cornell

CHE professor testifies on the state of nutrition in the US

On Nov. 2, Angela Odoms-Young testified before the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on the state of nutrition in the U.S. She highlighted racial inequities in health and nutrition caused by social, political and structural inequalities.

Productive Frictions: Jesse LeCavalier on designing logistical possibilities

LeCavalier, an architect, urbanist, and educator shares thoughts on public life and value-integrated design practices, alternative models and trajectories for development, and questions to ask as producers of our society and surrounding landscapes.

Around Cornell

Doctoral alumna selected for inaugural SUNY Chancellor Distinguished Ph.D. Graduate Dissertation Award

Human development doctoral alumna Kaylin Ratner, Ph.D. ’20, was selected as a finalist for the inaugural SUNY Chancellor Ph.D. Graduate Dissertation Awards, which recognizes outstanding doctoral candidates in the SUNY system.

Around Cornell

NSF awards $1.3M to CCAT-prime telescope project

The CCAT-prime telescope project – being developed by an international consortium of universities, led by Cornell – has been awarded $1.3 million by the National Science Foundation.