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A group of Cornellians has created a Web site where the public can create the history and platform of an ideal candidate: Senator DeWiki. The researchers are studying civic participation. (Oct. 8, 2008)

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STS researchers 'want to understand how science and technology as forms of knowledge are produced; how their credibility is tested; how they change over time,' explains department chair Stephen Hilgartner. (Oct. 8, 2008)

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Larry Blume, the Goldwin Smith Professor of Economics and professor of information science, has co-edited a 7,680-page, eight-volume work, The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2nd ed. (Oct. 8, 2008)

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The conference, 'The Immigrant Child: Past, Present and Future,' Oct. 3-4 at Cornell, explored whether the American dream is within reach of today's immigrant children. (Oct. 7, 2008)

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The income disparity between workers at the top and those in the middle and bottom the income scale keeps widening, Francine Blau told alumni at 'Opportunity 103: Inequality at Work,' Oct. 2 in New York City. (Oct. 3, 2008)

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An Oct. 1 panel, organized by students for the Cornell International Affairs Review, confronted the events that have caused the 'erosion of confidence and trust' and 'financial behemoths [to] fall almost every week.' (Oct. 2, 2008)

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As part of a collaboration with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, a business minor is now open to engineering students. (Oct. 2, 2008)

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Cornell President David Skorton will co-chair the new advisory board of the Africa-U.S. Higher Education Initiative, which will advocate for increased U.S. involvement in the development of higher education in Africa. (Oct. 1, 2008)

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Taking a conflict resolution approach to the invasion of the Republic of Georgia by Russian troops, retired U.S. career diplomat John McDonald came to campus Sept. 29 to announce a plan to alleviate the crisis. (Sept. 30, 2008)