‘Our story’: Native American writers cultivate their craft

A free weekly workshop sponsored by Cornell’s Center for Cultural Humility through Oct. 24 highlights the work of upstate New York authors and helps them enhance their writing.

Outreach supports Black rural landowners in Northeast

A new outreach publication shares the stories of Black forestland owners in the Northeast to raise awareness of legacies of discrimination and recommend policies for expanding access for minority landowners.

Part-time study helps employees, visiting students boost careers

Boonyanuphong and other part-time students studying this fall, generally enroll in part-time study to explore an interest in a particular subject, enhance their resumes, strengthen professional skills or begin work towards a degree.

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New postdoctoral research program is now accepting applications

The CURES fellowship program supports advanced research as well as efforts to enhance diversity in recipients’ fields of study.

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Tompkins County living wage study reveals racial disparities

Living wage legislation would lead to pay increases for 30% to 40% of all workers in Tompkins County, and 65% to 75% of Black workers, according to a new policy brief spearheaded by the ILR School. 

Talk to describe conserving centuries-old Chinese encyclopedia

The public will hear about the Library of Congress’ efforts to conserve and digitize 41 volumes of Chinese knowledge in its collection in a talk by curator Dan Paterson, at noon on Sept. 27, sponsored by Cornell University Library Conservation.

‘A better, more equitable future’: program advances diversity and materials science

During the past year, students and faculty at Cornell and North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University have been partnering on a research project built around two shared goals: increasing diversity in the field of materials science and transforming the way the world generates and stores energy.

Dissident critics living in exile speak out on Sept. 23

Four dissident critics now living in exile in the United States will share their experiences at Dissidence: Exiled Writers on Resistance and Risk, a reading and reception on Friday, September 23.

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Yoga gear company wins entrepreneurship pitch contest

More than 200 students attended the Sept. 8 event in Collegetown.

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