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How Cornell Law earned a Supreme Court victory

Curtis Flowers, a Mississippi death row inmate, had been tried six times for four murders he says he did not commit. In June 2019, a Cornell Law School team convinced the U.S. Supreme Court that he had been the victim of racial bias.

Einaudi program promotes nuclear freeze movement’s legacy

Disarmament advocate Randall Caroline Watson Forsberg’s dissertation is among the works being released under the Einaudi Center’s Cornell Global Perspectives imprint with Cornell University Press.

Saara Kumar ’17 named Schwarzman Scholar

Saara Shanti Kumar '17 has been selected for the 2021 class of Schwarzman Scholars, joining a worldwide network of talented young leaders.

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Grants seed social science research, conferences

The Cornell Center for Social Sciences has funded 14 faculty research projects and conferences in the Fall 2019 round of its Small Grants Program.

Pelosi meets Cornell students at UN climate change meeting

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited with Cornell students at the 25th annual United Nations’ Conference of the Parties climate change conference, Dec. 3 in Madrid, Spain.

Nina Acharya ’19 awarded Rhodes Scholarship

Medical student Nina Acharya ’19, one of 11 newly elected Rhodes Scholars from Canada, will go to Oxford University next fall to study children’s nutrition interventions in vulnerable communities.

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Cornell China Center fosters collaboration at Beijing events

On Nov. 18, Cornell leaders, faculty, alumni, collaborators and friends celebrated the university’s long history of collaboration with China with two events in Beijing: an academic symposium and a Cornell-China forum.

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Cornell nutrition research will inform WHO guidelines, policy

A systematic review on the benefits and safety of fortifying wheat or maize flour with folic acid and population health outcomes was led by scientists in the Division of Nutritional Sciences.

ILR School awards funding for Inequality and Work projects

ILR students, staff and faculty and alumni will explore the theme Inequality and Work in 22 projects being funded by the ILR School through its annual research grant program.