In her fourth State of the University Address, Cornell President Martha E. Pollack announced that two residence halls will be named for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’54 and Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison, M.A. ’55.
Director Robert H. Lieberman ’62 takes viewers on a journey into the vast and little-known country of Mongolia in his new film, “Echoes of the Empire: Beyond Genghis Khan.” A one-week online sneak peek begins Oct. 16.
Baobao Zhang’s three-year Klarman Postdoctoral Fellowship in the College of Arts and Sciences is an opportunity to research technology policy, particularly on the governance of emerging technologies such as AI.
The Cornell Defender Program virtually teamed undergraduates and law students with trial attorneys to support indigent defense in Tompkins County and a more diverse pipeline of students interested in law careers.
Readers anywhere in the world who rely upon the Cornell Chronicle for news from far above Cayuga’s waters and beyond now have a new option: a quick and clean daily email that captures the day’s top stories and delivers them to their inbox.
Three New York state companies have been chosen to participate in the Cornell Center for Materials Research JumpStart Program, through which they will collaborate with faculty members to develop and improve their products.
Researchers led by Hening Lin have found a new way to potentially treat inflammatory bowel disease, as well as other autoimmune disorders, by targeting a mechanism that regulates the signaling pathway that enables inflammation to occur.
Professor Jonathan Boyarin studied at Mesiytha Tifereth Jerusalem, New York’s oldest institution of rabbinic learning. His new book describes his experiences in “Yeshiva Days: Learning on the Lower East Side.”