New group unites, empowers female students of color

The student group Women Leaders of Color hosts events open to all students and aims to increase representation of women of color in leadership positions across professions.

Classes, community show ‘Ukraine is not only a country at war’

A few times a week, songs from Ukraine can be heard coming from a classroom in Goldwin Smith Hall, as Cornell’s Ukrainian program brings the country’s culture to campus through language learning, folk tradition and history.

Oral delivery a possibility for silica-based C’Dots

New research has shown that ultrasmall Cornell Prime Dots, or C’Dots, which are among the nanocarriers for therapeutics once thought to be viable only by injection, have the potential to be administered orally.

Conference celebrates 40 years of Andean studies at Cornell

“Since its founding, the NCAAE has grown into a vibrant intellectual community encompassing multiple research institutions and independent scholars in the Northeast, and beyond.”

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Professors Strogatz, Lewis Jr. receive awards for science communication

Strogatz’s and Lewis’ work was selected by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine from among 500 entries published or aired in 2023.

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Talk explores connections of antisemitism, Islamophobia, racism

Professor Ross Brann discussed how racist depictions of the behavior and appearance of Jews and Muslims encouraged ancient peoples to view them as others in a talk held Nov. 16 in the Alice Statler Auditorium in Statler Hall.

Martin Shefter, professor of government, dies at 79

Martin Shefter ’64, professor of government emeritus in the College of Arts and Sciences, died Nov. 3 in Ithaca. He was 79.

Panelists: Democracy depends on a free, healthy press

Journalists find themselves challenged by mistrust and polarization from both sources and audiences, according to experts at a recent panel as part of Cornell’s Freedom of Expression theme year.

Technology Repair Fair helps people doctor their devices, not dump them

The Technology Repair Fair helped visitors repair, reuse, or recycle their old devices, while bringing attention to the environmental impacts of computing.

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