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The Cornell Center for Social Sciences has awarded $118,000 in spring grants supporting ambitious research projects and conferences involving two-dozen faculty members and resarchers.

Men participated more in an active learning STEM course, while women reported lower perceptions of their scientific abilities and more likely to feel judged based on gender, a new Cornell-led study has found.

The Cornell Center for Social Sciences has awarded nearly $110,000 in rapid response grants to help faculty pursue nine research projects related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Maureen Waller, professor of policy analysis and management in the College of Human Ecology, is the recipient of Cornell’s fifth annual Engaged Scholar Prize.

Dalton Price ’20, a bio major interested in infectious diseases who has past experience with the World Health Organization is working with his Florida hometown health department on COVID tracking and communication efforts.

Cornell’s Office of Engagement Initiatives celebrated students’ work from this academic year online at the Community Engagement Showcase 2020.

The average American adult is exposed to nearly 600 alcohol ads on TV each year, and more exposure is linked to higher levels of drinking, according to a Cornell study.

Women are more likely than men to hear “white lies” – inaccurate performance feedback in job evaluations –  according to a new study by researchers in the Department of Psychology.

The pandemic will have an enormous impact on civil infrastructure, from highways and airports to dams and energy systems, says Richard Geddes, an expert on infrastructure policy.