Johnson Museum exhibit considers migration and its effects

At Cornell’s Johnson Museum of Art, the work of renowned artist Guadalupe Maravilla is on display in the same space as that of Ingrid Hernandez-Franco, a Salvadoran woman whose asylum case was championed by a Cornell professor and her students.

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Brooks School launches center to combat democratic decline

A new center housed at the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy will bring together leading experts from across the university to tackle the fundamental questions facing democracy around the globe.

Maribel Garcia awardee honored for conservation efforts in Central Africa

Doctoral candidate Ivonne Kienast received the 2024 Maribel Garcia Community Spirit Award from the Einhorn Center for Community Engagement for her commitment to wildlife conservation and education in Africa.

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eCornell joins the Guild & Team USA Learning Network to support athletes

Through the Guild and Team USA Learning Network, eCornell will be the preferred provider of professional education for Team USA over the next five years.

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Solar energy can uplift rural Ethiopians, but is hard to come by

Barriers to adopting solar power persist among rural communities in Ethiopia, where solar panels can promote health and education. 

Postdoctoral fellows to lead sustainability research on four continents

Cornell Atkinson has announced its 2024 Postdoctoral Fellows, who work jointly with a Cornell advisor and an external advisor from a partner organization.

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Two seniors chosen as fellows by Carnegie Endowment

McKenzie Carrier ’24 and Margot Treadwell, ’24 will spend next year conducting research with the organization in Washington, D.C.

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In Lund debate, panelists chart different paths to climate justice

Journalist Kate Aronoff and security expert Joshua Busby will look at climate justice issues through different lenses during this year’s Lund Critical Debate from the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies on April 11. 

Klarman Fellow: Digital media connects people in a polarized world

Situated at the intersection of media and politics, Shiqi Lin's research explores how critical media culture can push open new spaces for social participation and how new forms of media can bring people together, particularly at times of crisis and radical change.

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