Serge Belongie, Mor Naaman, Rafael Pass and Ramin Zabih have joined the faculty at Cornell Tech.
Former National Labor Relations Board chairman Wilma Liebman is teaching at the ILR School and the Law School.
The décor and menu are the most useful predictors of whether restaurants across the state will offer New York wines, according to new Dyson School research.
History majors who wonder what path to pursue after graduation had their eyes opened to the possibilities Oct. 3 as alumni from various career fields shared their experiences at a panel discussion.
At a meeting of the new Cornell Institute of Fashion and Fiber Innovation, clothing designers, textile scientists and business leaders discussed how to best weave fashion and function and to bring bold ideas to market.
Roger W. Ferguson Jr., president and CEO of TIAA-CREF, will deliver the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management’s 26th Durland Lecture Thursday, Oct. 17.
"Work is at the core of human dignity," says Leila Janah, CEO and founder of Samasource, which connects poor people with tech jobs, during the Jill and Ken Iscol Distinguished Environmental Lecture.
Guy Ryder, director-general of the International Labour Organization, spoke at the ILR School’s Worker Institute in New York City Sept. 27.
On Oct. 1, Cornell Tech announced the launch of the first degree program to be offered by the Joan and Irwin Jacobs Technion-Cornell Innovation Institute, a master's degree in connective media.