May 2, MacArthur Fellow P. Gabrielle Foreman will give a talk, “Why Didn’t We Know?!: The Forgotten History of the Colored Conventions and 19th-Century Black Political Organizing,” on the history of 19th century Black activism.
The Sloan Program in Health Administration in the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy has once again been ranked among the best in the nation. The new U.S. News rankings have the program rising to the No. 8 spot.
Hear two perspectives on racism and xenophobia in U.S. refugee policy at the annual Koen-Horowitz Lecture on Wednesday, April 26. The keynote speakers include a prominent attorney and an author who is a refugee.
Using a computational approach, material scientists at Cornell have found more than 20 new self-assembled crystal structures, which could serve as nanoparticle or colloid design targets for other researchers.