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Weill Cornell study: New species are all around us

About 12,000 bacteria and viruses collected in a sampling from public transit systems and hospitals around the world from 2015 to 2017 had never before been identified, according to a study led by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators.

Six grants support joint research in China through pandemic

The Cornell China Center has announced six new grant awards, totaling $140,000, to support research by Cornell faculty teams partnering with researchers in China.

You Can Make it Happen: Spring 2021

You Can Make it Happen: global development fellows, Asian summer gardens and world-changing design research.

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Supporting undocumented students key to ‘… any person … any study’

Cornell was founded on the principle of “… any person … any study,” and today more than ever, that means celebrating students of all lived experiences and identities – including undocumented students.

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New global development major unites classroom, field training

A new undergraduate major in Global Development opens pathways for Cornell students to engage in critical scholarship and global field experiences while studying some of the most urgent challenges facing people and the planet.

Law clinic helped pave way for Malawi’s death penalty ban

Through the Malawi Resentencing Project, the International Human Rights Clinic and Cornell Center on the Death Penalty Worldwide have helped dozens of death row prisoners win reduced sentences or release.

Parfait Eloundou-Enyegue: Leading the global conversation on population and development

In his native country, Parfait Eloundou-Enyegue founded a long-term research project to boost and leverage Cameroon’s human capital.

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Bartels lecturer speaks out on rising threats to democracy

"Home may have become a dangerous place for democracy to flourish now," said Nobel prize–winning economist Amartya Sen, this year’s Bartels World Affairs Fellow. His May 5 lecture was hosted by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.

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Students capture Ithaca civil leaders’ oral histories in new book

The book, “13 Leaders: Stories of Community Building for Systemic Change,” published by Cornell students, honors the journeys and life’s work of 13 Cornell Civic Leader Fellows.