Latina sorority awarded Perkins Prize for dedication to literacy

The Invincible Iota Chapter of Sigma Lambda Upsilon received the 28th annual James A. Perkins Prize for Interracial and Intercultural Peace and Harmony during a ceremony April 15 at Willard Straight Hall. 

Art exhibition sheds light on invisible aspects of disability

Doctoral student Ria Gualano gives people with disabilities a platform to express unseen aspects of their identities and experiences in an exhibition that opens April 25.

Persistent questioning of knowledge takes a toll

It can be demoralizing for a person to work in a climate of repetitive skepticism and doubt about what they know, a new study shows. 

Course for veterans to expand microchip workforce in New York state

The Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility has partnered with two academic institutions to offer a free Microelectronics and Nanomanufacturing Certificate Program to veterans and their dependents.

Soup & Hope speaker series inspires with stories of perseverance

Celebrating its 17th year at Cornell, the 2024 Soup & Hope speaker series returned to Sage Chapel with stories of great struggles and great accomplishments.

Life as a Cornell entrepreneur: ‘I have people in my corner who inspire me’

CultureCare is a digital platform for BIPOC (Black, indigenous, and people of color) therapists to manage their practice and connect to clients. 

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Student input adds flavor, variety to halal, kosher meals

Cornell Dining serves more than 750 kosher and halal meals per week – in addition to regular kosher meals at the Center for Jewish Living and commissary items around campus.

5K run, remembrances to honor fallen Cornell war hero

On April 13, the Navy Reserve Officers' Training Corps will celebrate the legacy of U.S. Marine Maj. Richard J. Gannon II '95, nearly 20 years after he was killed in Iraq.

AAP announces new annual Strauch Early Career Fellow appointment

Thanks to the generosity of decades-long alumni supporters Hans (B.Arch. '80) and Roger Strauch ('78), AAP continues to increase the accessibility of academic careers to emerging scholars and practitioners across the college's disciplines.

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