U.S. Trade Ambassador provides “candid” thoughts in ILR webinar

Cornell researchers and Ambassador Katherine Tai discussed the impact of U.S trade policy on working Americans.

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Experts: Ukraine war puts world in ‘uncharted territory’

Clarity about the goals of sanctions against Russia will be key to attempts to de-escalate the conflict, Cornell faculty experts said during a March 4 panel discussion.

Radio interview highlights City of Ithaca public safety reform

City of Ithaca Acting Mayor Laura Lewis gives an update on public safety reform and other topics.

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Scholarship honors eminent historian and professor

A new scholarship for first-generation undergraduate students has been established in the name of beloved government professor Isaac Kramnick, and will support students beginning this fall.

Tenant groups build power in marginalized communities

Scholars have overlooked tenant organizations as a crucial source of political power in the most precarious communities, according to new research co-authored by Jamila Michener.

Ex-Ukraine ambassador offers gloomy view, sliver of hope

At a Cornell event on Feb. 22, former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor said Russian President Vladimir Putin appears intent on provoking a “horrific conflict,” but that he holds out hope for a diplomatic path that would avert all-out war.

Former ambassador to discuss crisis in Ukraine

Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor will discuss the latest developments in a region he knows well, at a virtual event on Tuesday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m.

Students’ tool forecasts manganese in Ithaca water supply

To help the Ithaca Water Treatment Plant, engineering students have created a way to help predict concentrations of manganese in the city’s reservoir.

Radio interview highlights Tompkins County Legislature's priorities in 2022

Shawn Black, Chair of the Tompkins County Legislature, discusses county priorities for the coming year.

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