A new nest: Lab of O’s visitor center set for redesign

The Lab of Ornithology’s visitor center will close for 10 months beginning Aug. 1 for a multimillion-dollar redesign that will add new hands-on exhibits and visitor offerings.

‘Making Camp’ explores camping’s ironies, rewards

In a new book, landscape architect Martin Hogue investigates the history and evolution of recreational camping through the lens of its most important and familiar components.

Students, experts collaborate on global development solutions

The Humphrey PACT Program promotes research collaboration between undergraduates and Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows, midcareer professionals specialized in agriculture, rural development and natural resource management, who spend one year at Cornell for professional development.

New center merges math, AI to push frontiers of science

With artificial intelligence poised to assist in profound scientific discoveries that will change the world, Cornell is leading a new $11.3 million center focused on human-AI collaboration that uses mathematics as a common language.

Navigating the future of hospitality management

In the Keynote webcast “The Next 100 Years,” industry experts and faculty from the Cornell Nolan School of Hotel Administration share insights on the evolving landscape of HR in hospitality.

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Larry Fuller, trustee emeritus and philanthropist, dies

H. Laurance “Larry” Fuller ’61, a trustee emeritus, philanthropist, bird lover and business leader, died May 15 at his home in Spring Island, South Carolina. He was 84.

National Cancer Institute grant targets cancer disparities

Weill Cornell Medicine and Columbia University have been awarded a five-year, $9.8 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to help combat cancer disparities fueled by persistent poverty.

NYC faculty discuss equity, community ownership

Faculty in Cornell’s Action Research Collaborative (ARC) joined New York City and State policymakers and community members for ARC’s second symposium on June 22. The annual symposium is an opportunity for researchers, policymakers and community stakeholders to share their knowledge and advance equity in areas like nutrition and health, housing and social services, and youth development. 

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President Pollack message on Supreme Court decision

President Martha E. Pollack issued a statement, committing to Cornell’s “core values,” following the Supreme Court’s decision June 29 to strike down admissions policies at Harvard and the University of North Carolina.