An Instagram account for Finn the bunny has become a source for Cornellians worldwide to follow his adventures on campus and find messages in support of COVID-19 safety and mental health and well-being.
Cornell has administered 1 million COVID-19 tests, a milestone that symbolizes the collective work of hundreds of Cornellians, who worked overtime and engaged in duties outside of their regular jobs to protect lives.
The Cornell Center for Social Sciences has awarded spring grants supporting research and conferences involving more than 30 faculty and researchers across campus, including collaborations within new and expanded superdepartments.
Women who receive COVID-19 mRNA vaccines produced by Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna while in their third trimester of pregnancy generate a strong immune response and pass protective antibodies to their babies.
About 650 members of the campus community – mostly students – received COVID-19 vaccines at an April 23 clinic in Bartels Hall, hosted in partnership with Cayuga Health System and the Tompkins County Health Department.
Diversity leaders at Weill Cornell Medicine have launched ambitious community vaccination and education efforts, with the goal of improving uptake and helping those who are reluctant to get the vaccine.
A year after COVID-19 disrupted education, ILR School Dean Alex Colvin and American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten ’80 will discuss the future of K-12 teaching on Thursday as part of ILR's eCornell series "The Future of Work: Labor in America."
International organizations have failed to help the world’s governments manage competing objectives as they try to cope with the havoc caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new Cornell research.