Classes, community show ‘Ukraine is not only a country at war’

A few times a week, songs from Ukraine can be heard coming from a classroom in Goldwin Smith Hall, as Cornell’s Ukrainian program brings the country’s culture to campus through language learning, folk tradition and history.

ILR partnering with HBCUs to study Black worker organizing

Project findings are expected to yield richer detail on the experiences of Black workers in the South and may translate to more impactful organizing efforts in the future.

Talk explores connections of antisemitism, Islamophobia, racism

Professor Ross Brann discussed how racist depictions of the behavior and appearance of Jews and Muslims encouraged ancient peoples to view them as others in a talk held Nov. 16 in the Alice Statler Auditorium in Statler Hall.

The Inclusive Excellence Podcast: A Librarian's Lens on Today's Library

In this episode of the Inclusive Excellence Podcast, Erin Sember-Chase and Toral Patel sit down with the Carl A. Kroch University Librarian at Cornell for a conversation about the critical role that libraries play in preserving the past, especially when it comes to censorship, the rise of banned books and this year’s theme – freedom of expression.

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Alumna explores impact of Asian American Hollywood icon

Shirley Lim '90, a professor of history at Stony Brook University, has written extensively about Anna May Wong.

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Einaudi fellowships support students learning uncommon languages

Applications are open for Rare and Distinctive Language Fellowships, which offer students intensive summer study in modern languages that are not commonly taught, including Zulu, Finnish, Yiddish, Sinhala, Tibetan and Burmese.

NYS families to access more fresh produce via $8M USDA grant

Cornell researchers are helping to improve and expand a program that makes fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetable more affordable for New York state families with low incomes.

Banerjee named Mellon Fellow in diversity network

A consortium of 13 research institutions, including Cornell, received a $1.5 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to launch the Ivy+ Mellon Leadership Fellows program this fall.

Fighting for better health care in sub-Saharan Africa

Osei Boateng ’18, MHA ’20, founder of OKB Hope Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to transforming health care delivery in Africa, is the latest guest on the Startup Cornell podcast.

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