VR can help teachers better distribute their gaze

A multidisciplinary team of researchers tested several methods of data visualization in an immersive virtual reality classroom to give teachers a way to gauge how their gaze was distributed.

Outstanding A&S teachers, advisers honored with 2024 awards

Among the faculty members being recognized this year for exceptional teaching and mentorship are Liliana Colanzi, Durba Ghosh, and Nick Admussen.

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Personal crises reduce voter turnout, but may prompt other political action

People with unstable lives are systematically underrepresented at the ballot box, finds new political science research co-authored by Jamila Michener.

Marginal students reap more benefits from STEM programs

Enrolling in a selective college STEM program pays off more for academically marginal students – even though they are less likely to graduate, Cornell economics research finds.

Humanities scholars research free speech, AI, sports culture and the Supreme Court

At the May event, students covered topics focused on countries around the globe and ranging from immigration, home care workers and female sports culture to the U.S.-China relationship, the repatriation of cultural objects and AI and literature.

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The Digital CoLab: Elevating skills, building community

Home to Cornell University Library’s Digital Scholarship Services, the Digital CoLab on the 7th floor of Olin Library stimulates innovation in research and teaching while building connections among scholars across campus. It follows one simple formula: “People over projects.” 

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Newest EEG lab empowers faculty from multiple disciplines

Cornell's newest interdisciplinary EEG lab could help faculty make breakthroughs in fields ranging from psychology to neurology to artificial intelligence. 

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Finding your calling at Cornell

Seniors Jesse Kapstad ‘24, Abhyuday Atal ’24 and Aja'nae Hall-Callaway ‘24 have wildly different interests, but all took advantage of numerous opportunities at Cornell.

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High status leads to increased happiness – sometimes

Attaining high-status positions generally increased one’s well-being and happiness, but only in groups that are central or relevant to a person’s identity, according to research out of the Johnson School.