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Nearly 1,000 gather for conversation on safer fieldwork

Two doctoral candidates engaged scholars nationwide in a conversation about strategies to keep researchers safe while conducting fieldwork through a paper presentation and expert-led panel discussion.

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Cornell wishes Town of Ithaca a happy 200th

Cornell Vice President for University Relations Joel Malina congratulated the Town of Ithaca for its upcoming bicentennial on behalf of President Martha Pollack at the Town Board meeting Monday, March 8.

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LeadNY opens applications for leaders in food, agricultural sectors

New York state’s premier leadership development program is now accepting applications for its next class of leaders in the food, agriculture and natural resources sectors of the Northeast.

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Caring for wildlife in Cornell’s own backyard

Located a short drive to the east of Cornell’s main campus, on Hungerford Hill, the Janet L. Swanson Wildlife Hospital is a hidden treasure, providing lifesaving medical care for native wild animals.

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Cassava breeder awarded Cornell's Africa Fund Fellowship

Moshood Agba Bakare, a Ph.D. student in the field of plant breeding and genetics, has been awarded the Africa Fund Fellowship for graduate work focused on cassava breeding in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Radio show features Tompkins Chamber of Commerce president

The March 9 episode of All Things Equal featured Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce President Jennifer Tavares.

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Baird honored among Distinguished Women in Chemistry, 2021

Barbara Baird, the Horace White Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been honored as one of the 2021 Distinguished Women in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering by the International…

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Community-engaged learning initiative helps students change the world

The community-engaged learning initiative (CEL) is a university-wide effort to involve every Cornell student in learning with and from communities.  

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Jeffrey Perry earns New York ag education award

Jeffrey Perry ’89, Ph.D.’ 18, senior lecturer of global development, received the Golden Owl award on Feb. 23 in honor of his contributions to agricultural education in New York state.

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