Holly and Sean Olson have established the Olson Family Strategic Initiatives Fund at the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy to help create the world they want to live in.
The American Labor Studies Center will present its highest award to ILR's Labor Education Research Director Kate Bronfenbrenner on Dec. 15.
This Q&A features Christina Kerkenpass, a veterinary student at the Free University of Berlin, who participated in the Cornell Veterinary Research Program and conducted research on feline infectious peritonitis this summer.
Professor Aaron Wagner and his former students were recognized with the 2022 IEEE Information Theory Society Paper Award for their research employing feedback to improve coding performance.
Anil Menon is researching the political legacies of forced migration, which is on the rise globally due to climate change and conflict.
Cornell alumni with backgrounds in sports and business shared thoughts on diversity, equity and inclusion during a Nov. 10 event in New York City.
Zhang will work with the Center for New Democratic Processes to test whether public assemblies can be an effective method for increasing public participation in AI governance.
Four undergraduate teams with business ideas won this year’s Big Ideas Competition, sponsored by Blackstone LaunchPad, Startup Tree and Entrepreneurship at Cornell.
“I think the question that drives SETI’s work is one innate to the human species – seeking to prove that we are not alone in the universe,” said Ze-Wen Koh '23.