Students tackle community projects in moral psychology course

Students in a new moral psychology class spent the semester working with local non-profits to tackle issues from migrant family justice to food insecurity to sustainable agriculture.

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Contemporary and ancient art exhibit enlivens Ithaca mall

A new exhibition displays selections from Cornell’s plaster cast collection of Greco-Roman sculptures alongside – and sometimes within – contemporary artists’ responses to cast culture and classical art.

Partnerships fuel COVID testing lab’s success

Robust collaboration between community partners and Cornell has resulted in more than 2 million COVID-19 tests, saving lives throughout the Finger Lakes region.

UK-based public art project offers any person ‘key to the city’

Starting May 28, Paul Ramírez Jonas’ “Key to the City 2022” will transform a symbolic honor into one enabling thousands to access diverse sites across Birmingham, England.

Student’s illustrations bring wildlife book to life

Veterinary student Laura Donohue is blending her artistic talents and passion for animals in more than 100 illustrations for a new book on wildlife health and disease in conservation.

Summit on democracy features high-level insight, surprising survey results

To address the fragility of American democracy, the Institute of Politics and Global Affairs at the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy is bringing together influential political leaders, policymakers and experts for a May 24 summit.

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Einaudi awards fund global research and activities

Awards from the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies will support faculty-led research and international events, send graduate students to research destinations around the world and connect undergraduates with in-person and virtual internships from Ecuador to Zambia and beyond.

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Migrations grants fund worldwide interdisciplinary projects

Funded projects this cycle reflect the Migrations initiative’s interdisciplinary priorities of racism, dispossession and migration in the United States and international, multispecies migration.

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First Black fraternity to build monument at its birthplace

The founding chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha will celebrate the acquisition of two properties in Ithaca – its birthplace and its first physical chapter house – during events from May 13-15.