Merlin Bird ID app identifies more than 450 bird species by sound

You love beautiful bird song. But what birds are singing? The free Merlin Bird ID app has more than one way to help you find out.

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PEN/Nabokov award winner M. NourbeSe Philip to read her poetry April 14

The event is part of the Spring 2022 Barbara & David Zalaznick Reading Series for the Creative Writing Program

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Five inducted into Bouchet Graduate Honor Society

Four doctoral candidates and one doctoral alumnus were inducted into the Cornell chapter of the Bouchet Graduate Honor Society, which recognizes scholarly achievement and promotes diversity in doctoral education.

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Worker Institute study documents risks faced by NYS nail salon workers

A new Worker Institute report highlights the struggle to improve pay, benefits and labor conditions in New York state’s nail salon industry.

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Experts to weigh in on emerging foreign policy threats

Three top experts with an array of diplomatic, foreign policy and academic experiences will discuss emerging threats to U.S. foreign policy at an event organized by the Institute of Politics and Global Affairs at the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy.

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Introducing the inaugural BioEntrepreneurship MBA cohort

MBA candidates in the first cohort of Cornell's new BioEntrepreneurship Initiative will collaborate with doctoral researchers in the life sciences across Cornell. The program is designed to develop startup leaders and foster innovation in the life sciences. 

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Commercialization Fellows learn to bring research to market

The newest cohort of Ph.D. candidates in Cornell Engineering's Commercialization Fellowship will spend the remainder of the year learning the skills and tools to bring their technologies to market. 

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Renowned environmental photographer James Balog to visit Cornell

Renowned environmental photographer James Balog, an A.D. White Professor at Large, will visit Cornell on April 18-23. 

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John F. Kennedy Award recipient reimagines public safety

Conor Hodges ’21 receives the Class of 1964 John F. Kennedy Memorial Award in recognition of his academic achievements, campus leadership and advocacy around Cornell’s antiracist and public safety reform initiatives.

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