Gleeson, Lyon lead project studying labor migration programs

A seven-year, multi-university partnership will examine migrant workers and international mobility programs in New Zealand, also known as Aotearoa, Australia, Canada and the U.S.

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Hayes and Johnson win graduate, professional teaching prize

Professors Galina Hayes (College of Veterinary Medicine) and Sheri L. Johnson (Law) have each won Cornell’s highest honor for teaching and academic advising in programs that lead to an advanced degree.

Legal experts to discuss scope, boundaries of free expression

On Sept. 26 at Cornell Law School, a conversation between First Amendment scholars Jameel Jaffer and Eugene Volokh headlines the universitywide theme year's first Milstein Symposium, presented by the Howard and Abby Milstein Foundation.

Forum examines free expression basics and the law

A forum hosted by Cornell Law School on Sept. 7, “The Fundamentals of Freedom of Expression,” served as the kickoff event for the academic year’s theme, “The Indispensable Condition: Freedom of Expression at Cornell.”

Entrepreneurial students pack eHub Collegetown for kickoff event

Cornell was recently ranked by Crunchbase as the No. 5 top school in the country for producing entrepreneurs who have raised capital.

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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.”

Cornell introduces new AI-focused Board Governance program

Board Governance: Navigating Emerging Technologies and More in a Complex World, a new Cornell Tech immersion program, is set to prepare corporate board members for fast-paced evolutions driving the future of commerce.

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Engaged Opportunity Grants fund projects from Tompkins to Tanzania

With funding from the Einhorn Center for Community Engagement, teams of Cornell faculty, staff and community partners are creating new community-engaged learning opportunities for undergraduates.

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Vague language impacts perceptions of vaping risks, study finds

In a study involving 16 focus groups, a multidisciplinary research team found that uncertain and vague language on the warning labels of electronic cigarettes was confusing and reduced risk perceptions.