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Warrior-Scholar Project: a bridge from military to college

The Warrior-Scholar Project offered seminars taught by Cornell faculty and writing instruction July 19-24 in an immersive summer college prep experience for 10 currently enlisted and former service members.

A&S initiative launches with webinar about abolishing police

The Politics of Race, Immigration, Class and Ethnicity, a new initiative in the College of Arts and Sciences, will hold its first event, a webinar featuring discussion about the abolition of police, July 27 at 1 p.m.

Panel explores contexts of controversial monuments

In “Racism and the Future of Memorials,” a July 13 webinar, architects and scholars discussed Confederate monuments, transitional justice memorials and the remnants of black heritage in Harlem.

Roper Center collection remembers, amplifies Black voices

The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research at Cornell has identified and made available more than 80 years of public opinion surveys of Black Americans and U.S. public views of Black America.

Cornell Outdoor Education expands student access

Jay and Julie Carter, both Cornell Class of 1971, wanted to help make Cornell Outdoor Education courses more accessible. They established the David Moriah Endowment, named for their friend and founder of COE David Moriah ’72.


Pollack outlines new initiatives to promote racial justice

President Martha E. Pollack announced a series of initiatives that take a holistic approach to “move us toward a more just and equitable Cornell.”

Duguid to guide SC Johnson College’s diversity efforts

At a pivotal moment of racial reckoning in American society, Michelle M. Duguid, M.S. ’05, Ph.D. ’08, is the new associate dean for diversity, inclusion and belonging.the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.

Zero hunger in India is possible with diverse food system

A new report from the Tata-Cornell Institute for Agriculture and Nutrition, has mapped opportunities for India to reduce hunger and improve overall nutrition by reorienting its agricultural policies in favor of more nutritious foods.

Cornell supports legal challenge of U.S. visa restrictions

Cornell has joined an amicus brief supporting Harvard and MIT's challenge of a Trump administration directive that would deny visas to international students who take only online classes this fall.