Cornell admits ‘extraordinary’ Class of 2027

Academic rigor, entrepreneurial achievement and commitment to community stands out in the 5,141 students admitted to the Class of 2027 – 3,441 of whom were notified of their acceptance on March 30.

Losing key type of pancreatic cell may contribute to diabetes

Multiple types of beta cells produce insulin in the pancreas, helping to balance blood sugar levels. Losing a particularly productive type of beta cell may contribute to the development of diabetes, according to a new study by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators.

How Margaret Rossiter uncovered the hidden women of science

Rossiter's work changed history and shed light on the many ways women were involved in the advancement of science, as well as how they were pushed out of the field.

Conference offers new ways to think about hiring

An all-day Cornell conference open to the public will help hiring professionals and others learn ways to create a more inclusive workforce – thinking beyond the traditional definitions of that phrase.

New College Scholars research climate, health care, legal interpretation

Twenty sophomores in the College of Arts & Sciences will design their own interdisciplinary courses of study as the newest members of the Robert S. Harrison College Scholar Program.

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Dyson students tackle societal issues at competition

Students working to support local Indigenous heritage, dairy farmers, formerly incarcerated people and entrepreneurs in Uganda and Ithaca competed for a total of $7,500 in prize money that will fund their community collaborators.

Inclusive Excellence Podcast: Connecting past to present with the "Any Person, Many Stories" digital exhibition

In this episode of the Inclusive Excellence Podcast, Melina Ivanchikova and Rob Vanderlan from the Center for Teaching Innovation join cohosts Erin Sember-Chase and Toral Patel to share their digital exhibition “Any Person, Many Stories—Histories of Exclusion and Inclusion at Cornell.”

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Basic Needs Workshops inform students about vital campus resources

A new workshop series is informing the Cornell student community – especially those limited due to socioeconomic status – about basic needs resources available through the university, including food, housing, health and wellness.

Michener advocates ‘Broadening the Tent’ at White House

Drawing on personal experience, Jamila Michener urged policymakers at a White House event to learn from beneficiaries of government programs and services.