New fellowship supports students from Francophone Africa

The new Bouriez Family Fellowship sponsors graduate students from French-speaking Africa as they pursue professional training in law or global development at Cornell. The fellowship is administered by the Einaudi Center's Institute for African Development.

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Examining the impact of drone warfare on world order

An upcoming book by a Cornell doctoral student explores a new field of study related to the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, typically referred to as drones, in warfare.

Cartoons about disability will educate children

The Northeast ADA Center, in collaboration with the ILR School’s Yang-Tang Institute, is developing a 10-episode cartoon series that teaches children, their families and educators about disability issues such as assisted technology, transportation, communication and service animals.

Rural humanities projects explore NYS past and present

Ethan Dickerman, a master’s student at the Cornell Institute for Archaeology & Material Studies, created the Tompkins County Rural Black Residents Project as part of a Rural Humanities Seminar, hosted by Cornell’s Society for the Humanities.

People with disabilities reach new heights at climbing wall

The Lindseth Climbing Center accommodates people with physical and neurological disabilities, with specialized equipment and programs that make rock climbing accessible to all.

Afghan women scholars find safe haven at Cornell

The nine undergrads will be arriving on campus through December, thanks to robust international and cross-campus collaborations. Cornell has pledged support until they graduate.

Radio interview highlights Opera Ithaca

Opera Ithaca artistic director Benjamin Robinson gives highlights of their 7th season, and their efforts to bring diverse programming to the region.

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New center will integrate human development research

The new Center for Integrative Developmental Science, which launched this fall in the College of Human Ecology, will strengthen Cornell as a leader in human development research.