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Seminar series to challenge perceptions about sustainable global development    

Eleven development scholars and practitioners will address some of the world’s most urgent challenges — from racial and gender inequalities to climate change and resilient food security — in a new seminar series confronting…

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Radio interview highlights local "Reimagining Public Safety" initiative

Deanna Carrithers, Chief Equity and Diversity Officer for Tompkins County, updates progress on the County and City of Ithaca's joint "Reimagining Public Safety" initiative.    

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DPE puts its mission into practice with CURIE Academy

Forty-three high school juniors and seniors teamed up remotely from July 19-23 to build an interconnected system of hardware and software as part of Cornell Engineering’s annual CURIE Academy.

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Back to school: behind the scenes with Cornell faculty

Nine Cornell faculty members relay how they pivoted to respond to the pandemic, what the experience taught them, and how these insights have led to lasting innovations in their classrooms.

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CALS offers new minor in sustainable agricultural and food systems

Starting this fall, students across Cornell can choose a new minor in sustainable agricultural and food systems that is designed to help them understand the broad role of ag and food systems in feeding humans and impacting the natural environment.

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Four Faculty Awarded with Endowed Professorships

The endowed professorships will fund ground-breaking research in the areas of psychology and human development, fiber science and apparel design, and nutritional sciences.

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Time to change the study of consent

ILR Associate Professor Vanessa Bohns says that consent has been a neglected topic in mainstream psychology. In an upcoming article, she argues now is the time to build a better psychological definition. 

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NextGen Cassava director earns Nigeria agriculture prize

Chiedozie Egesi, center, accepts the Achiever in Agriculture Award at the Feed Nigeria Summit in Abuja, Nigeria on Aug. 24. 

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Festival takes listeners on musical pilgrimage around Arts Quad

The ReSounds Festival Sept. 4-5 kicks off a yearlong project focused on innovation in acoustic instruments and includes installations at the Johnson Museum and concerts each day beginning at 4 p.m. that take listeners on a pilgrimage to various locations around the Arts Quad.

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