Students transmit health care data without cell service, internet

Using low-frequency radio waves to send blood pressure data, a group of students has provided a proof of concept that could enable in-home health care for people without cellular or broadband access.

Big Red Buddies co-presidents win Campus-Community Leadership Awards

Two graduating seniors have earned the 2024 University Relations Campus Community Leadership Award, which recognizes students for engagement with and service to the greater Ithaca area.

Art brings science to life along the Mohawk River

Through the capstone course Art and Science of the Mohawk River Watershed, a group of environment and sustainability majors studied the river through the lenses of art, science and culture, deepening their understanding of a complex natural system.

Community college transfers flourish at Cornell

Graduating transfer students from SUNY and CUNY community colleges reflect on their journeys – as well as the support, opportunity and community they've found at Cornell.

Matias awarded for community-engaged hiring transparency project

Students in COMM 2450 are studying the impact of the world’s first AI-related hiring transparency law. Assistant professor J. Nathan Matias received the George D. Levy Engaged Teaching and Research Award for leading the community-engaged project.

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Cornell Botanic Gardens’ pocket guide puts top sites in your palm

This new pocket-sized brochure gives you all you need to know to explore the gardens, natural areas, and gorges of Cornell Botanic Gardens.

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Expert defends free speech rights, ‘content neutral’ policies

Former ACLU president Nadine Strossen discussed First Amendment issues with Provost Michael I. Kotlikoff and a panel of student leaders on April 29 in Willard Straight Hall.

Defying the Odds: Elja Sharifi’s Voice for the Powerless

Afghan visual artist Elja Sharifi, currently a visiting scholar at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, sees her escape from the Taliban as a call to action. She will enter Cornell’s PhD program in art history next fall.

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Cornell, SUNY students show off contributions that help others

Students from Cornell, Binghamton and Stony Brook universities came together to celebrate the contributions they made to improve local, regional and international communities during a showcase event on April 19 in the College of Human Ecology’s Commons.