Outstanding A&S teachers, advisers honored with 2024 awards

Among the faculty members being recognized this year for exceptional teaching and mentorship are Liliana Colanzi, Durba Ghosh, and Nick Admussen.

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From ILR to a nuclear sub

Carly Powers ‘24 reflects on her Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps experience.

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Cornell Keynotes podcast: Are noncompetes really dead?

Cornell Law School professor Stewart J. Schwab explores the Federal Trade Commission's noncompete ruling on the Cornell Keynotes podcast.

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Manne awarded Lebowitz Prize, symposium appearance

As part of the award, Manne will engage in discussion this year on the theme “Dehumanization and its Discontents” with the prize co-recipient, David Livingston Smith, professor of philosophy at the University of New England.

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Lai receives Brouwer Career Award in astronomy

The award recognizes Dong Lai’s “formidable and broad contributions to astrophysical dynamics, his outstanding mentoring record, and his wide-ranging professional service activities.”

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Jose Castillo named next chair of AAP's department of architecture

A celebrated architect and urban planner with a deep investment in research and teaching, Castillo joins Cornell this summer, with an eye toward fostering new forms of practice, leadership, and engagement in the field to meet the challenges of a more connected and complex world.

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Three doctoral students selected for Department of Energy program

Three Cornell doctoral students were selected for the Department of Energy’s Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program, which will provide training and access to state-of-the-art facilities.

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Gainor elected to College of Fellows of the American Theatre

The election recognizes Gainor as “a distinguished scholar of early 20th century American theater."

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Droplets swim to dissolution, could inspire fluid microbots

Microscopic liquid droplets in the form of bovine serum albumin condensates swim toward solvent conditions that favor their dissolution, a mechanism that may underlie some transport processes within living cells, and could be exploited to develop fluid micro robots.

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