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A statistical analysis of all 50 states and Washington, D.C., found that social distancing measures slowed the spread of coronavirus on the whole, but did not reduce the number of new infections per day.

Lively Run Goat Dairy of Interlaken, New York, co-owned by Dave Messmer ’17, is doing its part to help those in the region struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic.


The Office of the Vice Provost for Research has announced a new seed grant mechanism to fund preliminary investigations into medical and biological aspects of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

Labor economist Erica Groshen says when the pandemic subsides, more jobs will emerge in inventory management, domestic manufacturing, remote connectivity and medical research.

Cornell thought leaders discussed the balance between public health and economic health, and the role government plays in finding a path forward during COVID-19 in a webinar April 30.

Bolstered by donations, Cornell’s Access Fund played a critical role in the university's pandemic response, distributing nearly $400,000 over three weeks to help more than 1,000 students return home and prepare for virtual instruction.

Virtual events and resources at Cornell include original student plays, birding's Big Day, a community-engaged project showcase and a conversation with soprano and educator Dawn Upshaw.

Students can stay on track, get ahead or learn something new this summer during Cornell’s Summer Session, which will be held entirely online for the first time.

Ace Stryker, MBA '16, and his wife Lacy have written, illustrated and published a free children’s book, “Has Anyone Seen Normal? A Coronavirus Tale.”