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Cornell AgriTech’s Center for Excellence for Food and Agriculture has been helping food and ag businesses adapt to the COVID-19 economy with new marketing strategies and by diversifying products.

Congressmen Tom Reed and Josh Gottheimer discussed the need for a bipartisan policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic during an April 23 "teletown hall" hosted by the Institute of Politics and Global Affairs.

More than half of the respondents to a survey of fashion models said they do not have enough money to cover essential needs if they are unable to work during the next three months as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Historian Lawrence Glickman says the simultaneous public health disaster and economic meltdown may lead us to rethink the country’s values.

Nellie Brown, an expert on workplace health and safety, predicts the pandemic will result in more interest in strengthening weakened supply chains and in crisis planning. 

Virtual events and Cornell resources include selections from the Centrally Isolated Film Festival; a Guy Davis concert rebroadcast on WVBR; a local species survey; a training session for undocumented community allies; and an online version of Cornell Library's Robert Moog exhibition.

As part of the choral ensemble courses, Steve Spinelli is hosting Listening Parties over Zoom, featuring special guest speakers.

The coronavirus pandemic has forced Cornell instructors to rethink how they teach lab classes, as remote learning has created special challenges for courses considered more hands-on, collaborative and experiential.

Political scientist Gustavo A. Flores-Macías compares the economic consequences of COVID-19 to the 2008-09 recession. The pandemic, he says, will result in a poorer and more unequal U.S. society.