Spring 2024: your essential guide to the semester ahead at AAP

The 2024 spring semester begins with a flurry of activity that will introduce new classes and workshops, showcase exemplary creativity and research, and bring a roster of exciting guests to AAP campuses in Ithaca, Rome, and New York City.

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By Graduate TAs, for Graduate TAs: Belonging at Cornell mini grant funds 2023 Advanced Graduate Teaching Cohort

Kim Webb and Rink Tacoma-Fogel used a Belonging at Cornell mini-grant to create the Advanced Graduate Teaching Cohort to help graduate students develop their teaching skills, and to build a diverse and collaborative community of scholars.

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Chattopadhyay receives the NAS Michael and Sheila Held Prize

The National Academy of Sciences has selected Eshan Chattopadhyay, assistant professor of computer science, as the 2024 co-recipient of the Michael and Sheila Held Prize for his novel work on randomized algorithms.

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Institute director seeks to remove limits on workers with disabilities

With a professional mission of challenging assumptions about limits around disability, Wendy Strobel Gower has a long to-do list and a long list of accomplishments. 

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'Shredding' cancer cells: Study of CRISPR-Cas3 brings us closer

 Cornell researchers have taken an important step toward harnessing CRISPR gene editing in “targeted, safe and potent” cancer treatment.

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Student grant board funds social justice community projects

Thirteen student-community projects received grants through the Community Partnership Funding Board’s latest round of funding. Their shared goal: to bring social justice to the community.

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Donor's new fund to support students, mentoring

Meng Zhou, M.S. ’92, Ph.D. ’96, has established the Andrew Novakovic and Meng Zhou Ph.D. Scholars Fund to support doctoral students in applied economics and management while expressing gratitude to his doctoral advisor.

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Cardie and Weinberger named AAAI Fellows for contributions in AI

Kilian Weinberger and Claire Cardie join five of their Cornell colleagues in being named AAAI Fellows, in recognition of their significant contributions to the field of artificial intelligence.

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Banff Film Festival World Tour comes to Bailey Hall Feb. 2 and 3

Cornell Outdoor Education is proud to present The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour at Cornell University’s Bailey Hall for two nights that are sure to ignite passion for adventure, action, and travel.

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