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Virtual events and online Cornell resources include a special organ performance, and workshops on workplace health and safety, continuing community-engaged projects and new immigration policy changes.

Faculty, students and staff at Cornell Law School are responding to the coronavirus pandemic by giving businesses and workers in central New York legal assistance.

The Office of Faculty Development is using remote conferencing technology sessions to hold faculty workshops during the Coronavirus on topics ranging from what's next in academic book publishing to how to write an op-ed.

Six years after the untimely death of Theodore “Ted” Eisenberg, professor of law at Cornell Law School, a group of students is carrying on his pioneering legacy of empirical legal research through a new fellowship program.

Once people are aware of the issues surrounding genetic information, they’re more concerned about its use and expect to be better compensated for providing it, according to a new survey co-directed by a Cornell researcher.

Hosted by the Mary Kennedy Brown Society, the March 13 summit in New York City will focus on entrepreneurship, leadership, networking and advocacy.

New research co-authored by Nicholas Klein in the Department of City and Regional Plannning studies improper scooter, e-bike and motor vehicle parking in five U.S. cities.

Eleven early-career faculty members from six colleges and schools will participate in yearlong fellowships advancing ambitious research projects in the social sciences.

Cornell faculty members are finding answers to questions related to a world on the move with a boost from Cornell’s first Migrations grants, awarded by the “Migrations” Global Grand Challenge.