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Maps are more than two-dimensional representations of three-dimensional terrain – they are also powerful political tools to control territory, as sociologist Christine Leuenberger explains in her new book.

Cornell’s Southeast Asia Program has received a four-year, $275,000 Luce Foundation grant to strengthen graduate education in the field, working with National Resource Centers across the country.

A new report from the Tata-Cornell Institute for Agriculture and Nutrition, has mapped opportunities for India to reduce hunger and improve overall nutrition by reorienting its agricultural policies in favor of more nutritious foods.

Cornell researchers are studying solar leasing on farmland in New York to better understand the economic, legal, and community issues associated with solar energy initiatives.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, $10 billion is urgently needed to prevent millions more people becoming food insecure, according to a new report by Cornell and international partners.

Cornell has joined an amicus brief supporting Harvard and MIT's challenge of a Trump administration directive that would deny visas to international students who take only online classes this fall.

International students unable to return to New York this fall have the option to live and learn on-site at more than a dozen academic partner institutions worldwide while taking Cornell classes remotely.  

A new edited volume, “Classics and Media Theory,” features work by participants in “Siren Echoes,” a media studies conference held at Cornell.

Cornell’s Adult University continues its mission of lifelong learning by presenting free online courses, lectures and seminars for adults and youth from July 6-31.