Museum exhibit illuminates Pliny’s study of art, nature

“Wonder and Wakefulness: The Nature of Pliny the Elder,” an exhibition running through June 11 at the Johnson Museum, marks the 2,000th anniversary of the birth of the celebrated Roman author, natural philosopher and statesman.

Sloan students organize case competition: “An experience of a lifetime”

Culminating a year of planning by the Healthcare Students Association in the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy's Sloan Program in Health Administration, a case competition  attracted 40 teams representing the nation’s top graduate programs in health care and related fields.

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Students urge lawmakers to support financial aid

Twelve undergraduate students, representing six states, took to Capitol Hill last week for Student Aid Advocacy Day, speaking with members of Congress and their aides about the critical importance of federal financial aid.

Cornell Policy Review student-authors take on Ukraine culture, cybersecurity and more

The Cornell Policy Review is an independent publication, produced by students in the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy. Editor-in-Chief Julia Selby MPA '23 says the publication "offers students, faculty, alumni, and community members the opportunity to publish phenomenal work in a respected, student-run journal."

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New faculty award celebrates community engagement across Cornell

The award was created to recognize novel approaches to community engagement in each college that haven’t historically been honored.

New hires, new focus enhance academic initiatives at Einhorn Center

The Einhorn Center for Community Engagement’s new Academic Initiatives team will focus on the Engaged College Initiative, faculty development and global engagement programming, and research examining the institutional impacts of community-engaged learning.

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Repairs to Flat Rock Bridge span two generations

The 1983 student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers designed and built Flat Rock Bridge. Now the current student chapter is renovating it with the help of faculty, staff, and community members.

Former members of Congress to offer ideas to counter extremism

Former members of Congress Max Rose and Fred Upton will discuss steps for countering political extremism and restoring civil discourse. Rose, a Democrat from New York, and Upton, a Republican from Michigan, will speak Tuesday, March 21 at an on-campus event open to all.

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“Be Bold, Be You” is focus of Women+ in Health Care Leadership Symposium

Victoria Bent MHA '23 is one of the organizers of the Women+ in Health Care Leadership Symposium. The event is sponsored by the Sloan Program in Health Administration in the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy and it will focus on personal development skills.

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