Afghan students – now Cornellians – look to future

Nine Afghan undergraduates from Bangladesh-based Asian University for Women, who fled their country after the Taliban took control in August 2021, have been admitted as Cornell students with full financial aid.

Student’s research focuses on Indigenous agriculture system

The movement involves not only re-establishing heritage foods, but also bolstering the systems that sustain them: irrigation and land access, for instance.

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Community read launches Society for the Humanities’ ‘Repair’ theme

Cornell’s Society for the Humanities will kick off its 2022-23 theme of “Repair” with a community read of “The Gayogo̱hó꞉nǫɁ People in the Cayuga Lake Region. A Brief History” by Kurt Jordan, associate professor of anthropology in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Three projects awarded Belonging at Cornell innovation grants

The Presidential Advisors on Diversity and Equity have awarded three Belonging at Cornell innovation grants for 2022 programming, for projects addressing a range of topics involving diversity, equity and inclusion on all of Cornell’s campuses.

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Bigger and better: CSMore continues growing to meet goal of diversifying tech

Now in its third year, CSMore has grown into a rigorous one-month program for potential CS majors, complete with course prep, faculty research talks, a full slate of social activities, and networking opportunities with major companies.

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When immersed in sexual harassment, workers can’t identify it

New research from the ILR School suggests that people who work in industries with high levels of sexual harassment have a harder time identifying inappropriate workplace behavior.

Peer mentor program advances equality, belonging

A new peer mentor program offered by the Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives aims to help first-year or transfer students from underrepresented or underserved groups navigate Cornell, find community and opportunities, and succeed academically.

77 years apart, son of early Black law grad seeks his own degree

After decades of success as a doctor who worked alongside world leaders responding to catastrophes, Harry Hazelwood III – now in his late 60s – is seeking a master’s degree from Cornell Law School.

Milstein students spend summer producing, questioning, exploring

Students in the Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity spent eight weeks this summer exploring New York City and thinking deeply about the implications of technology.

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