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Entrepreneur of the Year to be honored at NYC entrepreneurship conference

Jessica Rolph ’97 MBA ‘04, the 2021 Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year, will be one of the featured speakers for the 2021 Eclectic Convergence conference Nov. 12 at Cornell Tech in New York City.

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Transdisciplinary film explores Trinidad and Tobago

"We Love We Self Up Here" is a documentary film that's an extension of Cornell's fall 2019 Mellon Collaborative Seminar titled Atmospheric Pressures: Climate Imaginaries and Migration in the Caribbean.

Cornell launches $5B campaign ‘to do the greatest good’

The five-year campaign aims to shape Cornell as the model university for the 21st century and beyond, building on its foundation of world-class academics, research and engagement.

Fundraising campaign includes focus on affordability

Cornell is launching a sweeping new initiative aimed at making its education even more accessible to the most talented students from all socioeconomic backgrounds.

A.D. White professors named; fall visit announced

Two renowned biologists, May Berenbaum, Ph.D. ’80, and Ellen Rothenberg, have been appointed to six-year terms as Andrew Dickson White Professors-at-Large.

Coors forum to explore assault, corruption in college athletics

George Will and Martha Nussbaum will discuss “The Future of Division I College Athletics: Sexual Assault and Academic Corruption” Oct. 28, as part of the Coors Conversation Series.

Reshaping student experiences through new innovations in teaching

The faculty recipients of the 2021 Innovative Teaching and Learning Awards will use grants of up to $20,000 to explore new teaching technologies and strategies to enhance the student learning environment across campus.

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Hans Bethe Lecture to illuminate black hole paradox

In the Fall 2021 Hans Bethe Lecture, physicist Andrew Strominger will describe the compelling progress made towards understanding black holes as well as future prospects for our understanding of black holes. The lecture will take place Oct. 27.

Cornell hawk family immortalized in sculpture

The life-size sculpture is the work of a Massachusetts man, a self-professed fan of Cornell’s red-tailed hawk family. The work took years to complete and is a remembrance of the hawk, Ezra, who passed away in 2017.