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“Three Chinese Academic Libraries’ Experiences during the COVID-19 Outbreak” was the final installment of “Academic Libraries for Sustainable Development Goals,” a four-part webinar series organized by Cornell University Library.

Students reflected on their learning experiences and future goals in community engagement as they completed a leadership certificate program this spring.

Plant biologist Michael Scanlon received a $1.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation Plant Genome Research Program to continue his research on the process of shoot development in maize.

Wheat scientists from China, Ethiopia, Germany, India and Uruguay have been honored by the Cornell's Borlaug Global Rust Initiative as Jeanie Borlaug Laube Women in Triticum Early Career awardees.

Professor of art Carl Ostendarp has created wall paintings as backdrops for an exhibition of expressionist and modern art opening May 12 in Baden-Baden, Germany.

For faculty and students affiliated with the Asian American Studies Program and the Southeast Asia Program, online events and social media campaigns are taking on deeper meaning during the COVID-19 crisis.

Steve Hilgartner, professor of Science and Technology Studies, has received funding from the National Science Foundation and the Cornell Center for Social Sciences, to lead international research on COVID-19 policy.

Student workers at the Einaudi Center for International Studies play important roles in the center's mission, and those jobs have helped them prepare for careers in international relations, academia and other areas.


Members of Cornell’s Humphrey Fellowship Program shared stories of struggle and hope, as their countries grapple with climate change, during “Global Climate Stories,” an April 22 webinar.