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Moseley receives Engaged Cornell faculty award

Jeanne Moseley, director of the Division of Nutritional Sciences’ Global Health Program, has been awarded the George D. Levy Faculty Award for her efforts to create exemplary, sustained community-engaged projects.

Undergrad's project part of effort to save Javan rhinos

Montana Stone ’19 is collaborating with the Lab of Ornithology to document the vocalizations of the endangered Javan rhino, part of an effort to save the species.

Cornell brings sounds of Middle East to local K-12 teachers

The Near Eastern Studies course “Listening to the Middle East” explored Quranic recitation and other soundscapes as a professional learning opportunity for local teachers.

Researchers seek alternatives to Mekong River hydropower dam

Researchers worked with the Cambodian government to explore alternatives to a potentially devastating dam planned along the Mekong River.

Book investigates resilience in the face of chronic poverty

A new book, “The Economics of Poverty Traps,” co-edited by Cornell agricultural and development economist Chris Barrett, highlights cutting-edge research on the mechanisms that keep people entrenched in poverty.

Cornell-led workshop Dec. 11 strives to transcend borders with science

Science for the greater global good earns a spotlight at the AGU meeting in Washington, D.C., as Cornell’s Karim-Aly Kassam will co-lead a full morning on science diplomacy at a workshop, on Dec. 11.

Six on faculty receive Einaudi Center grants for international work

The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies awarded grants to faculty to support new collaborative research on international topics and fund workshops or other activities.

Fabrication of powerful telescope begins

Fabrication of the Cerro Chajnantor Atacama Telescope-prime, a powerful telescope capable of mapping the sky at submillimeter and millimeter wavelengths, has begun.

Students spark Ghanaian high schoolers’ interest in computer science

A team of students and faculty has organized a coding program to inspire interest in computer science among high schoolers in Ghana, where students must choose majors before they enter university and can’t switch once they’re enrolled.