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Linguistics doctoral student named Cobell Fellow

Doctoral student Charlotte Logan is one of six Cobell Graduate Summer Research Fellows for 2021. This fellowship will provide Logan with funding to support her work on Haudenosaunee language revitalization.

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Study: Managers who listen attract top talent

Managers who are open to employee input are more likely to attract workers from other units in their organizations, according to a new study from John McCarthy and JR Keller in the ILR School.

Incentivized product reviews: Positive to a fault?

Incentivizing online reviews can have a positive effect on a company’s bottom line, but the investment comes with risks, according to new research from Kaitlin Woolley, assistant professor of marketing.

Vietnam veterans honor Cornell ROTC: ‘They had our backs’

After a strong 30-year relationship, the Vietnam Veterans of America honored Cornell ROTC – the Tri-Service Brigade – with a state-level and national award.

Sarah Evanega wins 2021 Borlaug CAST Communication Award

Cornell Alliance for Science Director Sarah Evanega, Ph.D. ’09, is recognized for her outstanding achievements working for the advancement of science in the public policy arena.

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Undergrad research on display at CURB symposium

More than 30 students presented their research on a wide range of topics during the 35th Cornell Undergraduate Research Board Spring Symposium, held virtually May 4-7.

Tanzanian farmers boost diets with sustainable methods

Diversity of children’s diets and food security improved for households after Tanzanian farmers learned about sustainable crop-growing methods, gender equity, nutrition and climate change from peer mentors.

Women Leaders in Sustainability Fellowship launches

The fellowship is one-year program open to Cornell University graduate and undergraduate students designed to accelerate career and executive-leadership advancement in sustainability-related fields.

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Women do more unpaid work in immigrant families

Immigrant women tend to do more unpaid labor, such as housework and childcare, than native-born women in the U.S., new Cornell research has found.