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‘Visions of Dante:’ seeing the Italian poet with new eyes

The exhibition at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art explores the visual nature of the “Divine Comedy,” which has inspired scholars and artists from medieval times through today.

Partnership applies genome search engine to 7,000 grapevines

The partnership, which includes researchers at Cornell AgriTech, enables the most detailed comparisons of grape genetic traits to date.

Cornell United Way 2021 campaign begins Sept. 30

The Cornell United Way campaign, a yearly campus drive that supports United Way of Tompkins County by raising funds for community members in need, begins Sept. 30.

In wake of UN climate report, students promote resilience

From quantifying climate vulnerability in Haiti to documenting the ecological calendars of Indigenous and rural communities, Cornell student projects aim to reduce climate impacts around the world.

Alumni gifts will support Cornell Bowers CIS

Gifts totaling $10 million – $5 million from Steve Conine ’95 and his wife Alexi Conine ’96, and $5 million from Niraj Shah ’95 and his wife Jill Shah – will support construction of a new building for the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science.

A&S dean featured in PBS/BBC documentary

Astronomer Ray Jayawardhana, the Harold Tanner Dean of Arts and Sciences, is featured in the new PBS NOVA/BBC documentary on neutrinos, “Particles Unknown,” airing Oct. 6.

eBird data can help track bee health

A two-year, $500,000 grant will allow a team of Cornell data scientists and ecologists to use eBird data to explore a new way to track pollinator health and biodiversity.

Child restraints are high-risk interventions that can be fatal

BCTR's Residential Child Care Project confirmed 79 fatalities nationally over 26 years resulting from physical and mechanical restraints of children living in out-of-home care settings.

Community Response Team supports students in distress

Students living on campus have a new resource for support when they are experiencing distress, with the launch of the university’s Community Response Team at the start of this semester.