Najeh Abduljalil ’25, Alisha Robbins ’26, Yasmin Ballew ’23 and Michael Dicpinigaitis ’24 were recognized for creating opportunities and improving access for youth from Tompkins County and the surrounding region.
Cornell AgriTech and extension representatives made suggestions regarding the next federal farm bill to congressional leaders at a two-hour listening session at the Broome County office of Cornell Cooperative Extension.
For day two of Chip Camp, Liverpool Central School District students came to the university to visit the Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility for a crash course in the science of the very small.
Maureen Waller, a professor in the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy and the Department of Sociology, will study racial and economic disparities in driver’s license suspensions through her selection as Access to Justice Scholar. Waller will examine people’s lived experiences with having a suspended license as well as recent and potential reforms in New York to end “debt-based” suspensions.
The recent resurgence of avian influenza – fueled by the return of migratory waterfowl that carry, but are typically not impacted by the virus – is causing significant damage to both commercial poultry and wild bird populations worldwide, while also impacting backyard flocks.