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Disability advocate Eli Clare to speak on COVID-19

Disability justice advocate Eli Clare has been chosen as a Distinguished Visiting Collaborator in the Central New York Humanities Corridor, and he will be hosted for two virtual talks by the Cornell Society for the Humanities in partnership with the Syracuse University Humanities Center.

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Climate change, sexual harassment burden NYS workplaces

Climate change, sexual harassment, dangers for delivery workers and expungement of criminal records are among the workplace issues that trouble New Yorkers, according to a new report by Cornell labor and workplace experts.

Lavish wealth tolerated more for individuals than groups

Support for redistributive policies intended to reduce growing income inequality may depend on who people are led to consider at the top of the economic ladder, finds new psychology research by Thomas Gilovich and collaborators.

Weiss teaching awards honor 10 exceptional faculty

President Martha E. Pollack on Oct. 18 announced the winners of Stephen H. Weiss Awards honoring a sustained record of commitment to the teaching and mentoring of undergraduate students and to undergraduate education.

Prison education program leader Rob Scott joins Global Development

Rob Scott, a leader in politically engaged education in New York state who has led efforts to establish local and national coalitions for higher education in prison, has joined Cornell’s Department of Global Development in the…

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Older volunteers help NYC children grow, learn through play

Through a partnership with Cornell Cooperative Extension, New York City’s Department for the Aging will provide child development training to volunteers in its Foster Grandparent Program.

Students recount life-changing CCE internships

Their projects served communities across New York, from improving soil at community farms in New York City to developing an anti-racism curriculum for Hudson Valley teens.

New moral psychology minor takes on challenging questions

Students across the university can now minor in the growing field of moral psychology, with faculty recently approving the new area of study.

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Francis Fukuyama talk launches series on global crises

The Center for the Study of Economy & Society presents a new fall lecture series, “The American State in a Multipolar World,” beginning on Monday, Oct. 18th with an in-person lecture by Francis Fukuyama '74.