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Minorities and lower-income people are more likely than high-income people and whites to consider human factors such as racism and poverty to be environmental issues, a study co-led by Cornell researchers found.

Eleven early-career faculty members from six colleges and schools will participate in yearlong fellowships advancing ambitious research projects in the social sciences.

The new school and superdepartments in economics, psychology and sociology are expected to elevate Cornell’s excellence and impact in the social sciences.

The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research at Cornell recently announced its first partnership with a major public library system, providing access to its archive of poll questions through the America’s Voice Project.

The International Agricultural and Rural Development major, in CALS, is celebrating 20 years of a partnership with Sathguru Management Consultants, the Cornell Sathguru Foundation for Development, and universities in India.

Sergio Garcia-Rios, assistant professor of government and Latina/o studies, is leading Univision’s polling of Latino voters through the 2020 election cycle.

Quiet rooms and friendly nurses sway hospitals' patient satisfaction scores more than medical quality or survival rates, according a new study by Cristobal Young, associate professor of sociology.

If we want to have a say in what the future looks like, scholars and policymakers need to start thinking about workplace automation far more broadly, according to a new paper co-authored by a Cornell researcher.

In new research, Sabrina Karim, assistant professor of government, found that personal contact and relationship-building between police and citizens encourages a positive attitude about the country’s central authority.