Cornell Cooperative Extension is helping New York state farmers learn how to grow rice, a potentially lucrative crop that can thrive on flood-prone land as a hedge against climate change.
"Introduction to Wines” marks 50 years of teaching Cornellians about the finer points of wine.
New York state agencies are encouraging hunters to choose non-lead ammunition to benefit both wild animals and humans, with help from Cornell communication and wildlife experts.
A current student veteran has been exploring the stories of Cornell's military veterans through a collection of interviews and memorabilia.
The practicum – the first of its kind in the country – helps undocumented workers and others resolve their tax complications, with assistance from law and accounting students.
Four Cornell-funded projects are expanding efforts to preserve and highlight the Gayogohó:nǫˀ (Cayuga Nation) language and culture, in western New York and throughout the country.
After serving two prison terms totaling more than four years, Thomas Jones, master's student in the ILR School, committed to turning his life around – through education and giving back.
The program helped Alexa Schmitz, Ph.D. ’18, and colleagues explore the market potential for their sustainable way of extracting rare earth elements used in many electronics.
Cornell's Hip Hop Collection, which includes the archives of some of the most influential pioneers of hip-hop, supports and enriches a passionate community of student scholars and artists.