Campus rallies to support Syria, Turkey earthquake survivors

Students, faculty and administrators have quickly mobilized relief efforts and support for those affected by the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that devastated Syria and Turkey.

Human computer interaction scholar receives Societal Impact Award

Nicola Dell’s work in human-computer interaction improves computer security and privacy for victims of intimate partner violence, strengthens digital privacy in non-Western contexts, and informs technology that supports home health care workers. 

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MLK lecture examines racial justice after affirmative action

Stanford University’s Richard T. Ford delivered the annual lecture, focusing on the lack of difficult discussions on generations of race-based exclusion and exploitation.

Five early-career faculty win Sloan Research Fellowships

Assistant professors Eshan Chattopadhyay, Debanjan Chowdhury, Andrew Musser, Angeline Pendergrass and Andrej Singer have won 2023 Sloan Research Fellowships from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

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Regret being hostile online? AI tool guides users away from vitriol

To help identify when tense online debates are inching toward irredeemable meltdown, Cornell researchers have developed an artificial intelligence tool that can track these conversations in real-time, detect when tensions are escalating and nudge users away from using incendiary language.

Same-race reviews reduce inequality in Airbnb bookings

White Airbnb guests’ preference for white hosts unexpectedly is offset by the influence of same-race reviews, new Cornell research finds.

With love and duty, retired academics give back to Cornell

Founded in 1982 and celebrating 40 years, Cornell Academics and Professors Emeriti represents a large community of retired academics and faculty that continue to make significant contributions to university life.

Study abroad students taste Cambodian culture

Cambodian heritage and history were the focus for 12 students, seven from Cornell, who traveled to Southeast Asia in January as part of the Cornell Winter Program in Cambodia, a two-and-a-half-week intensive study abroad experience.

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Bot gives nonnative speakers the floor in videoconferencing

Native speakers often dominate the discussion in multilingual online meetings, but adding an automated participant that periodically interrupts the conversation can help nonnative speakers get a word in edgewise, according to new research at Cornell.