Traverso wins Italian literature award for nonfiction

“Rivoluzione 1789-1989” has also been published in English, French and Spanish, with translations to follow in German, Portuguese, Greek, Korean and other languages.

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Cornell Program in Infrastructure Policy celebrates 10 years of championing a better built environment

The Cornell Program in Infrastructure Policy is celebrating its tenth anniversary at a critical time. Congress has recently passed several major spending bills that will accelerate infrastructure development. Leaders of the Institute are also describing plans for the years ahead with the benefit of new financial support. 

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Researchers explore nuclear power cooling with NASA grant

The Additive Vehicle-Embedded Cooling Technologies project at Cornell is being funded by NASA to advance the future of space exploration, including nuclear power-enabled missions.

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First-years share their transformational journeys ... so far

Hear from four first-year students talking about their journey at Cornell.

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Graduates of Brooks School executive programs celebrated as “thinkers, leaders and change agents”

Celebrating graduation and each other, students in the Executive Master of Health Administration and Executive Master of Public Administration programs at the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy received diplomas at a joyful ceremony in Willard Straight Hall. 

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Causing reactions: Klarman Fellow develops new catalysts

Richard Kong  is working to develop catalysts to guide chemical reactions toward desired outcomes, including some that could have a positive effect on the environment.

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Robert Balluffi, materials science professor, dies at 98

Robert W. Balluffi, a retired professor of materials science and engineering who spent 27 years at Cornell, died Dec. 8. He was 98 years old.

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There grows the neighborhood: partnership with the Sweet Water Foundation transforms students’ understanding of urban renewal

Students traveled to Chicago and Detroit this semester for a series of critical collaborations, co-led by the Sweet Water Foundation and AAP faculty, illuminating pedagogical and regenerative principles of neighborhood development through real-world, hands-on experiences.

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Who is Horatio and why should you hire him?

The 17th episode of the Startup Cornell podcast features Jared Karson ’13, co-founder and CFO of Horatio. 

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