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Sarah Evanega wins 2021 Borlaug CAST Communication Award

Cornell Alliance for Science Director Sarah Evanega, Ph.D. ’09, is recognized for her outstanding achievements working for the advancement of science in the public policy arena.

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Undergrad research on display at CURB symposium

More than 30 students presented their research on a wide range of topics during the 35th Cornell Undergraduate Research Board Spring Symposium, held virtually May 4-7.

Tanzanian farmers boost diets with sustainable methods

Diversity of children’s diets and food security improved for households after Tanzanian farmers learned about sustainable crop-growing methods, gender equity, nutrition and climate change from peer mentors.

Women Leaders in Sustainability Fellowship launches

The fellowship is one-year program open to Cornell University graduate and undergraduate students designed to accelerate career and executive-leadership advancement in sustainability-related fields.

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Women do more unpaid work in immigrant families

Immigrant women tend to do more unpaid labor, such as housework and childcare, than native-born women in the U.S., new Cornell research has found.

Faculty Recognized at Kaplan Fellows for Service-Learning Work

The Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellowship recognizes faculty members who have had a significant impact on undergraduate, professional or graduate education at Cornell by involving their students in service-learning programs. 

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Engaged learning spotlight: beyond incarceration

The search for answers to some difficult questions planted the seeds for developmental psychologist Anthony Ong’s latest course, the three-credit “Positive Psychology: Inside Prison (and Out).”

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In historic vote, Eve De Rosa elected dean of faculty

For the first time in 149 years, Cornell’s faculty has elected a woman, person of color, and professor from the College of Human Ecology as dean of faculty. Her term starts July 1.

Burton named director of ILR School’s Institute for Compensation Studies

Professor M. Diane Burton will lead the ILR School center that researches, teaches and communicates about monetary and non-monetary rewards from work, and how rewards influence outcomes for individuals, companies, industries and economies.

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