Noted archaeologist to speak on new discoveries in Israel in Cornell lecture

Aviam and colleagues made headlines by finding possible evidence, near the Sea of Galilee, of the house of St. Peter. 

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Morrison, Ginsburg to be honored with U.S. postage stamps

Two Cornell icons woven into the fabric of American history – Nobel laureate Toni Morrison and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg – will be commemorated in 2023 with a U.S. postage stamp.

Grow-NY Summit to inspire conversation and innovation

The fourth annual Grow-NY Summit will bring food and ag startups and industry players together at the Syracuse Oncenter on Nov. 15-16, spotlighting the spaces where farms and food, innovation and sustainability overlap.

Cornell joins Schmidt AI in Science postdoc research initiative

Cornell has been selected to join the Schmidt AI in Science Postdoctoral Fellowship, a program of Schmidt Futures, to accelerate the next scientific revolution by applying artificial intelligence to research in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Women of Color Athletics supports community, advocacy

Female student athletes of color founded Women of Color Athletics to provide a community of women who understand the challenges they face and a channel to voice their concerns.

Asian American Studies celebrates 35th anniversary

Cornell's Asian American studies program, founded in 1987, was the first of its kind within the Ivy League.

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Cornell Bowers CIS celebrates new building

An Oct. 14 ceremony honored the transformative gift from Ann S. Bowers ‘59 that established the college that now bears her name, and celebrated the upcoming construction of a new building complex that will help meet rising demand for education and innovation in the computing and information science fields.

Library exhibit explores fraught history of textile industry

The exhibit “Social Fabric: Land, Labor, and World the Textile Industry Created,” features people and places that supported the textile industry in the U.S. throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.

With Okanagan Charter, Cornell to become health-promoting campus

On Oct. 26, Cornell administrators will sign the Okanagan Charter, a formal pledge to promote health and well-being across all facets of university life.