Cornell Concert Series presents Scottish Chamber Orchestra

The event takes place Saturday, Oct. 15 at 3 p.m. in Bailey Hall.

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Part-time study helps employees, visiting students boost careers

Boonyanuphong and other part-time students studying this fall, generally enroll in part-time study to explore an interest in a particular subject, enhance their resumes, strengthen professional skills or begin work towards a degree.

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Craib and Fiani win graduate, professional teaching prize

Raymond Craib (A&S) and Nadine Fiani (Veterinary College) have each been honored with the university’s highest award for teaching graduate and professional students.

Acclaimed sports historian to speak on 'the NFL’s Most Important Game'

Louis Moore, history professor and co-host of The Black Athlete podcast, will give this semester’s Seymour Lecture in Sports History on Oct. 6.

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Book: Policymakers are failing ‘climate refugees’

In her new book, historian Maria Cristina Garcia explains why the U.S. must transform its outdated migration policies to address the human devastation left in the wake of climate change and environmental catastrophe.

'Chorale is back!’ says new director

The group is composed of both Cornell students and Ithaca residents.

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Book explores the influence of Protestant Brooklyn

A new book by Cornell authors traces how an influx of New Englanders made an indelible mark on Brooklyn, and how the arrival of Catholic and Jewish immigrants challenged that hegemony.

Statistical analysis aims to solve Greek volcano mystery

Archaeologist Sturt Manning hopes to settle one of modern archaeology’s longstanding disputes: the date of a volcanic eruption on the Greek island of Santorini, traditionally known as Thera. 

New Jewish studies major approved in College of Arts & Sciences

Students who major in Jewish Studies will critically analyze Jewish cultures, histories, literatures, media, thought, and religion.

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