Two doctoral students selected as Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Innovation Fellows

Doctoral students Chijioke Onah (English language and literature) and Nic Vigilante (music) were selected as two of 45 inaugural Mellon/American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Dissertation Innovation Fellows.

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Mayfest chamber music festival returns to Ithaca May 19-23

Cornell's international music festival welcomes longtime friends and new collaborators for five world-class concerts May 19-23.

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Historian explores limits of justice for enslaved women in Virginia

In her new book, historian Tamika Nunley explores the personal stories of Black women and girls who struggled against enslavement and the limited justice that was available to them in early Virginia.

Arts and Sciences faculty featured on Academic Minute

Five faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences will be featured on a “Cornell week” on The Academic Minute radio program from May 1-5.

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Milstein first-years take advantage of community, opportunity

The first-year class of students in the Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity are finishing up their community projects and looking forward to their summer in New York City.

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Panelists: Good journalism can help combat divisions

While media outlets have done their part to amplify polarization across the U.S., journalists also have the resources to mend rifts and build community, alumni media professionals and faculty experts said in a panel discussion.

MacArthur Fellow to give Krieger Lecture on 19th-Century Black political organizing

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.

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Professors’ documentary short wins award

The Award for Film and Video from the Society of Architectural Historians has been given to the film “We Love We Self Up Here.”

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Archive cements female physicians into Weill Cornell history

Pauline Flaum-Dunoyer has interviewed more than a dozen women physicians of color, and donated the recordings and transcripts to NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine, where their legacies will be preserved for future generations.