Alumni gift supports doctoral students in the humanities

The Zhu Family Graduate Fellowships in the Humanities will recognize and support a select group of high-potential graduate students in their fourth or fifth years.

People with disabilities reach new heights at climbing wall

The Lindseth Climbing Center accommodates people with physical and neurological disabilities, with specialized equipment and programs that make rock climbing accessible to all.

AI innovators to speak at Cornell BrAIn symposium Dec. 9-10

Cornell BrAIn, initiated and led by the College of Arts & Sciences, will host a two-day symposium Dec. 9-10, bringing together innovators in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and neuroscience.

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Afghan women scholars find safe haven at Cornell

The nine undergrads will be arriving on campus through December, thanks to robust international and cross-campus collaborations. Cornell has pledged support until they graduate.

Forum showcases community-engaged learning projects

Examples of how community-engaged learning projects can address community needs were showcased during a virtual forum on Nov. 17. The projects demonstrate the College of Human Ecology’s Engaged College Initiative, a partnership between the college and the David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement that supports learning with a community engagement component.

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Students present projects in global and public health

The 2021 Global and Public Health Experiential Learning Symposium featured projects aimed at improving access to public health everywhere from Tompkins County to Tanzania.

A 'freedom church' unearths its Underground Railroad history

Cornell researchers and students are collaborating with community members to shed light on the role St. James A.M.E. Zion Church played in the abolitionist movement of the 1800s.

“Americans Who Tell the Truth” highlights stories of courage

An exhibit in the College of Human Ecology includes portraits of citizens who courageously addressed issues of social, environmental and economic fairness.

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Cornell, Ithaca College effort moves housing project forward

Research from a team of Cornell and Ithaca College faculty and students provided key insights to Tompkins County legislators, who recently approved funding for a new housing program to help formerly incarcerated people.