New York at Work details state employment research, policies

Research, policies and tools related to New York state wages, job creation and employment are all addressed in the New York at Work 2022-23 report, a compilation of research and policy briefs by ILR School researchers, published Aug. 29.

Theme year kickoff to explore free expression fundamentals

Cornell legal experts will review the fundamentals of free expression during a Sept. 7 panel discussion kicking off the university’s theme year, “The Indispensable Condition: Freedom of Expression at Cornell.”

Bazarova to support big-data research and data security as associate vice provost

During a one-year appointment as an associate vice provost in the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation, Natalie Bazarova will support research in the social sciences and other disciplines that rely on large data sets.

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ILR students help NYC area organizations, gain experience

Twelve undergraduates, all ILR majors, took part in the first High Roads Fellowship program to take place in New York City. During the nine-week session, the fellows gained work experience assisting organizations in the NYC region.

Students head across globe thanks to Summer Experience Grant funding

Summer Experience Grants in the College of Arts & Sciences helped 139 students to take minimally-paid or unpaid summer positions this year. 

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School-based health clinics benefit rural NYS communities

In a rural part of upstate New York, students with access to school-based health centers received more medical care and missed less school, Cornell researchers found.

Library expands video streaming resources 

From Hollywood blockbusters to independent films, visual resources are just a couple of clicks away for Cornell students, faculty, and staff.

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Opera celebrates friendship of Scalia and Ginsburg ’54

The Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy will present “Scalia/Ginsburg,” a one-act comedic opera about the unlikely friendship between U.S. Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’54 and Antonin Scalia, on Sept. 23 at 7 p.m. in the Memorial Room of Willard Straight Hall.

Cornell alumna to lead CDC in pivotal era

Dr. Mandy Cohen ’00, the new director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is a Cornell graduate whose path to public service was shaped in part by her major in policy analysis and management, and a semester in Washington, D.C.