Johnson celebrates its ‘second home’ on Roosevelt Island

The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management marked a major milestone Sept. 13 at the official dedication of the new Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island in New York City.

One-third of Ph.D.s lose interest in academic careers, but not for lack of jobs

In a study that has implications for scientific policy and labor markets, new research finds one-third of science and engineering Ph.D. students lose interest in an academic career by the time they graduate.

Beehive monitoring company wins pitch at entrepreneurship kickoff contest

A company with a device to help beekeepers monitor the health of their hives took first place in a pitch contest at Entrepreneurship Kickoff Sept. 13.

Cornell digital ag program integrates with John Deere Operations Center

Ag-Analytics, a cloud-based application that provides digital agriculture analytics, has integrated its technology with the John Deere Operations Center, the manufacturer’s online platform. Cornell is the first university to integrate with the Operations Center.

Big Red sports leaders to meet in NYC Sept. 18

Nearly 300 Cornell alums shaping today’s sports world will gather Sept. 18 in Manhattan to discuss some of its hottest topics and to celebrate Big Red’s impact on the industry.

US News ranks Cornell No. 14; Dyson, Engineering in top 10

Cornell University advanced one spot to No. 14 in the 2018 edition of US News and World Report’s Best National Universities among 311 schools ranked.

Today’s school failures have Reconstruction roots

Noliwe Rooks' new book “Cutting School: Privatization, Segregation, and the End of Public Education” traces the financing of segregated education in America, beginning with Civil War reconstruction to today.

Student startup gets a hand from funding, preps for industry trials

OrthoFit, a student startup company focused on smart wearables and software to prevent workplace injuries, is using a recent round of funding to complete prototype smart gloves to be tested in industry settings this fall.

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Initial Cornell Tech vision has been realized, Huttenlocher says

Days before the Cornell Tech campus dedication Sept. 13 on Roosevelt Island, Founding Dean and Vice Provost Dan Huttenlocher talks about his vision for the campus and how Cornell Tech fits into an ever-changing and increasingly digital world, now and in the future.