Algorithm overlooks Spanish speakers in online SNAP ads

A Cornell-led team found the algorithm behind Google Ads charged far more to deliver online ads to Spanish speakers about the benefits of SNAP, formerly known as food stamps.

Harvest New York releases manual for NYS hemp growers

A new manual will provide guidelines for New York state growers of hemp – a crop with the potential to revitalize economies while revolutionizing industries from fiber to pharmaceuticals.

Floating an energy idea: Scientists study solar panel-topped ponds

Steve Grodsky, assistant professor of natural resources, and a multidisciplinary team of researchers, soon will learn how solar panels placed on top of water bodies can affect the biology of aquatic systems.

Insights in Ithaca: Second MSBA cohort completes residency

The Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) degree program from Cornell's Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management recently welcomed 69 students to campus for a weeklong residency in Ithaca, New York.

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Resume padding: Bad for individuals, good for society?

Can “resume padding” – the enhancing of one’s CV, as in the Rep. George Santos case – ultimately have a positive effect on society in the grand scheme of things? Two Cornell researchers think so.

Food Innovation Lab expands entrepreneurship potential at Cornell AgriTech

A new research and test kitchen for food entrepreneurs has opened at Cornell AgriTech, further enriching a robust ecosystem designed to help grow New York’s food and agriculture industries.

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To stand out on LinkedIn, focus on journey, not achievements

LinkedIn introductions that emphasize a professional “journey” rather than listing achievements make a stronger positive impression, according to new Cornell research.

Using data for policy decisions: NSF funds economics study

In their project, “Mostly Harmless Statistical Decision Theory,” three Cornell economists in A&S will develop innovative methods for data-driven policy choices.

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Serve in Place grants offer international experiences

Denise Rose worked with other Cornell students on a study of mental health in India through the Cornell-Keystone Nilgiris Field Learning Summer Program. 

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