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Cornell University Library is helping campus community patrons with remote service requests, while answering a larger volume of reference questions and working to maintain and enhance other services.

A working group of core Cornell laboratories is trying to better understand COVID-19, with the hope of future treatment and containment.

As the university deals with the ongoing disruption caused by coronavirus, Cornell staff continues serving the campus in essential ways.

In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, making important decisions regarding the health and well-being of the Cornell community is no small task. But that’s exactly what university leaders have faced.

As Cornell puts noncritical research on hold, researchers on campus have found that everyone is making extra efforts to help each other through the transition.

In the latest edition of the “All Things Equal” radio show and podcast, host Gary Stewart discussed leadership in times of crisis with Luvelle Brown, superintendent of the Ithaca City School District.

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Cornell Cooperative Extension Assistant Director Keith Tidball discusses how he and extension associates help New York state residents deal with emergencies in the latest episode of the podcast “Extension Out Loud.”

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The current COVID-19 public health crisis has sent us all on an uncertain journey, but on Friday, March 20, at 11 a.m., three of Cornell’s most prominent faculty will share their crisis communication expertise to help people.

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A recent Cornell Tech alumnus is applying his health tech skills to a crowdsourcing app that allows users to share their COVID status, to better inform individuals and health authorities.