Women resent compliments about communality at work

When women and men are faced with positive gendered stereotypes, women experience more frustration and less motivation to comply with the expectation than men, according to new research.

First class of Milstein students heads toward graduation

Twenty seniors in the Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity will graduate this year with degrees in everything from biology to linguistics to computer science to physics.

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Flat fee for course materials aims to increase student success

With the new Cornell Academic Materials Program, the university seeks to continue its work toward a more equitable campus that supports a positive and transformative student experience.

Students tackle community projects in moral psychology course

Students in a new moral psychology class spent the semester working with local non-profits to tackle issues from migrant family justice to food insecurity to sustainable agriculture.

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Women use various tactics to accomplish boardroom goals

Researchers discovered three groups of participation tactics in women directors; warmth-based tactics, competence-based tactics and hybrid tactics.

Einaudi awards fund global research and activities

Awards from the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies will support faculty-led research and international events, send graduate students to research destinations around the world and connect undergraduates with in-person and virtual internships from Ecuador to Zambia and beyond.

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Robert F. Smith gift expands STEM access for underrepresented students

As he accepted his Distinguished Alumni Award from Cornell Engineering on May 13, Robert F. Smith ’85 announced a new gift of $15 million for engineering student aid.

With $400, students turn ideas into impact

The Contribution Project’s Student Showcase on May 5 recognized nearly 100 undergraduates who each came up with an idea to change the world – with only a $400 budget.