Integrating STEM majors won’t end gender segregation at work

Increasing women’s representation in science, technology, engineering and math majors will reduce – but not nearly eliminate – gender disparities in STEM occupations, new Cornell sociology research finds.

Weill Cornell Medicine celebrates two landmark anniversaries

Weill Cornell Medicine commemorates 125 years since its founding, and 25 years since its renaming.

Mars Rover documentary to screen at Cornell Cinema

Cornell Cinema will present a free screening of the documentary Good Night Oppy May 2.

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Arts and Sciences faculty featured on Academic Minute

Five faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences will be featured on a “Cornell week” on The Academic Minute radio program from May 1-5.

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‘Heroic’ physicist Toichiro Kinoshita dies at 98

Toichiro Kinoshita, the Goldwin Smith Professor of Physics Emeritus in the College of Arts and Sciences, died March 23. He was 98.

Actor, comedian, M.D. Ken Jeong to give Convocation address

Actor Ken Jeong, who rose to fame with the “Hangover” film series and who’s a licensed physician and anti-racism advocate, will give the keynote address at Senior Convocation, May 25, at 1 p.m. in Barton Hall.

Panelists: Good journalism can help combat divisions

While media outlets have done their part to amplify polarization across the U.S., journalists also have the resources to mend rifts and build community, alumni media professionals and faculty experts said in a panel discussion.

Tick races, teddy bear surgery: Veterinary Open House returns

After a three-year, pandemic-induced hiatus, the College of Veterinary Medicine resumed a beloved tradition and welcomed the community to its 54th Open House.

Law team opposes South Carolina’s electric chair, firing squad

Faculty, students and alumni affiliated with Cornell Law School's Capital Punishment Clinic are leading a legal fight to prevent South Carolina from executing condemned prisoners by methods they argue are cruel and unusual.