As part of a new cross-college initiative designed to accelerate engineering innovations in medicine, Cornell Engineering is piloting an M.D.-M.Eng. program that allows medical students at Weill Cornell Medicine to earn a one-year professional Master of Engineering degree.
Mehrnaz Sabet, Mokshin Suri and Ruben Trujillo make up the latest cohort of the Cornell Engineering Commercialization Fellowship, a program that helps researchers evaluate their technology through a business lens.
Doctoral students Chijioke Onah (English language and literature) and Nic Vigilante (music) were selected as two of 45 inaugural Mellon/American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Dissertation Innovation Fellows.
Drawing on faculty expertise in labor relations, labor law, anthropology, economics, history, political science and sociology, the Global Labor and Work Department studies workers, employers and the government policies affecting them.