Christiansen elected to Royal Norwegian Society

The psychology researcher is “one of the most prominent international contemporary scholars in the field of the cognitive and cultural foundations of language.”

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New College Scholars research climate, health care, legal interpretation

Twenty sophomores in the College of Arts & Sciences will design their own interdisciplinary courses of study as the newest members of the Robert S. Harrison College Scholar Program.

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Enrollment now open for Summer Session 2023

Students from Cornell and other universities are invited to enroll now for Cornell’s Summer Session, which will feature on-campus, online and off-campus courses. Students can earn up to 15 credits taking regular Cornell courses.

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AI- or human-written language? Assumptions mislead

Human assumptions regarding language usage can lead to flawed judgments of whether language was AI- or human-generated, Cornell Tech and Stanford researchers found in a series of experiments.

Michener advocates ‘Broadening the Tent’ at White House

Drawing on personal experience, Jamila Michener urged policymakers at a White House event to learn from beneficiaries of government programs and services.

‘Wrinkles’ in time experience linked to heartbeat

New Cornell psychology research finds that our moment-to-moment experience of time is synchronized with, and changes with, the length of a heartbeat.

Philosopher John Doris: ‘Moral psychologists have plenty to do’

John M. Doris will reflect on his book "Character Trouble: Undisciplined Essays on Moral Agency and Personality"  during a book talk Thursday, March 2 at 4 p.m. in 160 Mann Library.

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Cornell repatriates ancestral remains to Oneida Indian Nation

With apologies for causing harm and to right a wrong of history, Cornell returned ancestral remains that were kept on campus for six decades to the Oneida Indian Nation on Feb. 21.

Researchers use computational, experimental tools to understand linguistic processing

Two assistant professors in the Department of Linguistics are embracing new technology to understand the way language is processed.

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