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Internationally recognized social practice artist Paul Ramírez Jonas, Cornell AAP's incoming faculty and chair of the Department of Art, on art practice, public exchange, and pedagogy. 

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Gifts boost photography teaching, collecting

Gifts from retired banking executive Nancy Sukenik will boost the study and appreciation of photography at Cornell through the establishment of a curatorship at Cornell University Library, and a teaching gallery at the Johnson Museum of Art.

A fragmented France depicted on dessert plates

In a new essay, Kelly Presutti describes the ultimate failure of a set of Sèvres porcelain dessert plates, 1824-32, to represent all of France.

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Kaushik Basu receives Humboldt Research Award

Basu plans to use the Humboldt Research Award for economics to work on moral philosophy and game theory, and on law and economics.

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Student veteran given Maribel Garcia Community Spirit Award

Student veteran receives annual award honoring the memory of dearly missed Cornell alum Maribel Garcia '95, a vital friend and always a creative, inspiring and energetic member or her community.

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Podcast episode explores creation: medieval poems to Thai temples

A new episode of “The Humanities Pod” explores the language and materiality of belief through literary and anthropological methods of humanities research.

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Online ILR publications open up wealth of workplace wisdom

Scholars studying the shifting landscape of work can now dig deep into more than a half-century’s wealth of knowledge from the ILR School’s digitized publications available on HathiTrust Digital Library, a vast collection of digitized content from libraries around the world.

Stillman receives UI achievement award for mathematics

A 2021 Outstanding Achievement Award from the University of Illinois Department of Mathematics recognizes advances in the field by Michael Stillman, professor of mathematics.

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New Global Asia minor expands study options for undergrads

Students throughout the university can now minor in Global Asia Studies, with faculty approving the new area of study in May.

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