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Fear year: Pandemic politics made us anxious, but hardly safer

Pandemic politics fostered existential anxiety globally that has exacted a material and mental toll while dodging difficult moral dilemmas, according to Cornell research.

Expert panel explains science behind COVID-19 vaccines

Cornell immunology experts answered common questions about vaccines during a virtual Q&A-style panel discussion, The Science Behind COVID-19 Vaccines.

Cornell to host virtual remembrance for COVID-19 losses

The university is hosting the “Cornell COVID-19 Service of Remembrance,” a virtual event that provides community members an opportunity to mourn losses, Monday, April 19, from noon to 12:45 p.m.

Radio show features Executive Director of The Learning Web

The April 6 episode of ‘All Things Equal’ featured Danielia Barron, executive Director of the Learning Web, discussing how they have continued to support the needs of youth throughout COVID-19.

Around Cornell

Accepted Class of 2025 impresses during ‘a year like no other’

Cornell’s admitted class of 2025 – a class that applied to college during an unprecedented year interrupted by pandemic-related closures and quarantines – is an impressive one and its composition has set new levels of diversity for the university.

Center for Virtual Care expands digital health training

The center’s latest offering is a two-week online course, developed with eCornell, that provides strategies practitioners can use when caring for their patients remotely.

Religion follows patterns of politicization during COVID-19

Religion protected mental health of members of several faith groups during the pandemic, but also constrained crisis response among some of the same groups, ultimately undercutting the overall effectiveness of public health efforts.

Pollack shares update on May Commencement activities

The university plans to host in-person Commencement the weekend of May 29-30 with attendance limited to members of the Class of 2021, which includes graduating seniors, graduating graduate and professional students, and students who completed degrees in August or December 2020.

Virtual panel will explain science behind COVID-19 vaccines

Cornell will host a virtual Q&A and panel discussion, “The Science behind COVID-19 Vaccines: A Conversation with Cornell’s Immunology Experts,” Monday April 12 from 4 to 5 p.m.