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Internationally recognized social practice artist Paul Ramírez Jonas, Cornell AAP's incoming faculty and chair of the Department of Art, on art practice, public exchange, and pedagogy. 

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‘Go-getter’ director nurtures McGovern incubator to maturity

When Lou Walcer ’74 stepped into the new business incubator in Weill Hall 10 years ago, he saw opportunity. Now, the center has enjoyed a decade of success.

New Faculty Directors to Support Research and Training at Cornell Atkinson

Cornell Atkinson welcomes new faculty directors to advance research efforts, strengthen cross-college collaborations, and guide development of new programs. 

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ILR's Harry Katz tabbed to lead international association

A focus on Latin America, Africa, Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe will be part of Professor Harry Katz’s term as president of a global labor and employment relations organization.

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COVID-19 vaccines show safety, immunity in infant model

The research, co-led by Weill Cornell Medicine, suggests that vaccines for young children are likely important, safe tools to curtail the pandemic.

Radio interview examines pandemic impacts on K12 education

TST BOCES Superintendent discusses meeting the needs of K12 students and school districts during the pandemic.

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Lewis, Michener honored for diversity contributions

Mark E. Lewis, director of the School of Operations Research and Information Engineering, and Jamila Michener, associate professor of government, are the recipients of this year’s Faculty Award for Excellence in Research, Teaching and Service through Diversity.

Ritz wins ASEE 2021 National Outstanding Teaching Award

Hadas Ritz, senior lecturer in Cornell’s Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, won the 2021 American Society of Engineering Education National Outstanding Teaching Award.

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Radio interview highlights "ABCs of Black History" community engagement project

Radio interview highlights CU Black Students' United community engagement initiative

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Twenty receive awards recognizing inclusive excellence

Students, faculty and staff were recognized for their commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion and excellence within the graduate community at the 2021 Graduate Diversity and Inclusion Awards and Recognition Celebration.

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Identifying social determinants of health in Brooklyn

New research from NewYork-Presbyterian and Weill Cornell Medicine identified economic and social conditions impacting individual and group differences in health status, known as social determinants of health.

Gifts boost photography teaching, collecting

Gifts from retired banking executive Nancy Sukenik will boost the study and appreciation of photography at Cornell through the establishment of a curatorship at Cornell University Library, and a teaching gallery at the Johnson Museum of Art.