‘Everything changed’: reuniting families fractured by opioids

Cornell researchers and parent educators are identifying how the opioid crisis has ravaged New York state families and the solutions that help parents and children reunify.

Cornell gives used furniture new life, helps those in need

Since 2018, Denise Hubbard, inventory coordinator for Student and Campus Life, has arranged for the donation of 6,650 items, mostly to local nonprofits, in an effort to reduce waste and help those in need.

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SkinKit offers versatile, wearable on-skin computing

Members of Cornell’s Hybrid Body Lab have come up with a reliable on-skin computing interface that’s easy to attach and detach, and can be used for a variety of purposes – from health monitoring to fashion.

Experts will offer day-after election analysis

Tracy Mitrano JD '95 will be the moderator of a panel discussion on the 2022 midterm elections, held the day after the voting at the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy. The in-person event features three prominent Cornell political scientists. 

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Students get out the vote, on campus and across the state

For the first time, nearly all Cornell students who live on campus will be able to vote on campus in a general election, thanks in part to the advocacy of the student group Cornell Votes.

Conference features insightful advice, stories from entrepreneurs

The Eclectic Convergence conference included talks from six entrepreneurs, business executives and venture capitalists, as well as a pitch competition.

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Cornell, DEC team up for green Hudson Valley land planning

Through a long partnership between Cornell and the DEC, communities in the Hudson watershed have received training, tools and assistance to advance conservation land-use planning and policy.

Library events highlight open access research

Library celebrates Open Access Week with talks, panels

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Oneida County native receives NYS Hometown Alumni Award

The 10th recipient of the Hometown Alumni Award, Caroline Williams '01 has spent the last 15 years working to improve living conditions in Utica, New York, and her nearby hometown of Remsen.