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A transformative new scholarship program established by Weill Cornell Medicine will eliminate medical education debt for all students who qualify for financial aid, the institution announced Sept. 16.

Thomas Campanella, MLA ’91, associate professor of city and regional planning, takes a long and engaging look at his hometown in his new book, “Brooklyn: The Once and Future City,” released Sept. 10.

The Cornell Speech and Debate Society will argue the pros and cons of universal basic income during a public debate, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Sept. 14 at ILR’s New York City headquarters, 570 Lexington Ave.

Emmanuel Giannelis, Cornell’s vice provost for research and vice president for technology transfer, intellectual property and research policy, discusses how the university is integrating research across its campuses and building an entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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Emmanuel Giannelis, Cornell’s vice provost for research and vice president for technology transfer, intellectual property and research policy, discusses how the university is integrating research across its campuses and building an entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Shivani Ramsaran is one of dozens of Bronx high schoolers who have become better prepared for college thanks to scholarships and programs at Cornell’s School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions.

Sturt Manning, Nancy Green and Nicole Milano have received grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities for field research, cultural heritage and preservation projects.

The PBS documentary series “The Future of America’s Past” features Elissa Sampson, lecturer in the Jewish Studies Program, in the episode about New York City’s Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire.

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Three collaborative New York City-based projects, designed to inspire cross-campus research partnerships, have been awarded grant funding totaling approximately $500,000 from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.