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Cornell Police, civilians and K9s honored at ceremony

Six new officers were sworn in to the Cornell University Police Department while six others were promoted to the ranks of sergeant, lieutenant and deputy chief in a ceremony at the Statler Hotel Ballroom on July 20.

New program to speed salmon breeding

Breeding Insight, a new program funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture through Cornell University, will share latest tools with breeders in the U.S.

Cornell University Police achieves IACLEA accreditation

The Cornell University Police has achieved accreditation for the third time from the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA), the leading authority for campus public safety.

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Doggy donors, students help expand animal blood bank

The Cornell University Hospital for Animals is launching its own blood bank for companion animals. There are only a handful of veterinary blood banks across the country, and it is uncommon for animal hospitals to have their own.

Research partnership supports NYS families fighting opioids

A grant extension will continue work by a team of Cornell researchers and community partners to reduce the risk of opioid abuse for low-income youth and families.

New Lab of Ornithology leader brings sustainability that unites

Evolutionary biologist Ian Owens envisions building broad coalitions that unite government, industry and an engaged public, and making sustainability the focus of his work.

From small beginnings, grad TAs & postdocs have big impact on inclusive learning

This spring witnessed many projects to make Cornell’s learning spaces more inclusive, but what does it take to put great ideas into action for change? On June 25, over 45 participants from across campus gathered to hear from a panel of innovative graduate students and postdocs.

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Radio interview examines pandemic impacts on K12 education

TST BOCES Superintendent discusses meeting the needs of K12 students and school districts during the pandemic.

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AAP explores ‘How will we live together?’ at Venice Biennale

The College of Architecture, Art and Planning is represented in several pavilions and events at the prestigious, six-month exhibition, which seeks “a new spatial contract.”