As Micron builds, Cornell NanoScale Facility develops a workforce

A two-week program that introduces high school seniors to nanofabrication is one of many efforts at the Cornell NanoScale Facility to prepare a workforce - as the microchip industry settles in upstate New York.

Entrepreneurs share tips on working with social media influencers

A panel of Cornell alumni and other marketing executives explored the important role social influencers play in business today during a Jan. 18 event.

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Student grant board funds social justice community projects

Thirteen student-community projects received grants through the Community Partnership Funding Board’s latest round of funding. Their shared goal: to bring social justice to the community.

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Digitized images illuminate U.S. colonial period in the Philippines

A Cornell graduate student partners with library experts to create an online collection of images of the Philippines during the early days of American annexation.

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Exploring girlhoods, Black scholars connect, imagine and heal

A new working group, co-founded by Cornell faculty, invites a community of Black scholars, educators and activists to reflect on their girlhoods – all in order to better serve the Black girls with whom they work.

Poverty is a political choice, Michener tells NYS Senate

On Dec. 12, Jamila Michener offered expert testimony during a New York State Senate committee hearing focused on the causes and effects of poverty in the state’s small and midsized cities.

Students help those with criminal records gain clean slates

Law School students and undergrads are helping clients with minor criminal histories – disproportionately people of color – review, correct and seal records that have thwarted job opportunities and held them back.

Rice can help NYS farms profit from climate-change flooding

Cornell Cooperative Extension is helping New York state farmers learn how to grow rice, a potentially lucrative crop that can thrive on flood-prone land as a hedge against climate change.

Entrepreneurship director co-authors book for founders

“Startup Launch – Liftoff with Legal 101 for Entrepreneurs,” was created by Zach Shulman and a team of corporate and intellectual property lawyers at WilmerHale,

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