Ghosh to lead Cornell’s Society for the Humanities

Recently the faculty director of the Humanities Scholars Program, Ghosh brings to the Society scholarly background in the history of British colonialism on the Indian subcontinent; academic focuses on gender and sexuality and South Asia; and broad experience with interdisciplinary collaborations.

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Yang-Tan researchers will be honored May 21 with best paper award

Jennifer D. Brooks and Sarah von Schrader investigated how access to remote work for people with disabilities has been affected since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Students win NASA grant to develop AI for safer aerial traffic

The skies may soon be congested with drone traffic. A multidisciplinary team received a grant from NASA to develop new models to coordinate these drones, which may someday deliver packages - or even people. 

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Newest EEG lab empowers faculty from multiple disciplines

Cornell's newest interdisciplinary EEG lab could help faculty make breakthroughs in fields ranging from psychology to neurology to artificial intelligence. 

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Global Scholars amplify free expression

The first-ever group of Undergraduate Global Scholars at the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies are writers, artists and researchers with a common goal – to speak up for global free speech.

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Twelve doctoral candidates lobby on Capitol Hill

Twelve doctoral candidates traveled from the Ithaca campus and Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City to Capitol Hill April 17 for the annual Cornell Ph.D. Student Advocacy Day.

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Dr. Myles Wolf Appointed Chair of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine

Dr. Myles Wolf will lead the institutions’ largest clinical and academic department, overseeing 16 divisions and nearly 2,250 physicians and scientists.

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Matias awarded for community-engaged hiring transparency project

Students in COMM 2450 are studying the impact of the world’s first AI-related hiring transparency law. Assistant professor J. Nathan Matias received the George D. Levy Engaged Teaching and Research Award for leading the community-engaged project.

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Trisha Beher ’25 empowers the next generation of women leaders

The newest episode of the Startup Cornell podcast features Trisha Beher ’25, founder of Women Leaders of Color at Cornell and the Art Shine Foundation.

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