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Faculty Recognized at Kaplan Fellows for Service-Learning Work

The Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellowship recognizes faculty members who have had a significant impact on undergraduate, professional or graduate education at Cornell by involving their students in service-learning programs. 

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Engaged learning spotlight: beyond incarceration

The search for answers to some difficult questions planted the seeds for developmental psychologist Anthony Ong’s latest course, the three-credit “Positive Psychology: Inside Prison (and Out).”

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In historic vote, Eve De Rosa elected dean of faculty

For the first time in 149 years, Cornell’s faculty has elected a woman, person of color, and professor from the College of Human Ecology as dean of faculty. Her term starts July 1.

Burton named director of ILR School’s Institute for Compensation Studies

Professor M. Diane Burton will lead the ILR School center that researches, teaches and communicates about monetary and non-monetary rewards from work, and how rewards influence outcomes for individuals, companies, industries and economies.

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Study to explore rural communities and inequality in the US

The research will provide the most comprehensive analysis of the role state and local government policies play on the economic growth and well-being of rural communities.

Panel: Pandemic and protests laid economic injustices bare

Four faculty members and a Washington Post reporter discussed the ways racism shapes economic policies, and how economic policies shape inequality in America – historically and today.

Grants advance social sciences research, collaboration

The Cornell Center for Social Sciences has awarded spring grants supporting research and conferences involving more than 30 faculty and researchers across campus, including collaborations within new and expanded superdepartments.

Confusion about vaccine guidelines could prolong pandemic

Many Americans remain confused about when COVID-19 vaccines provide strong protection and the need for continued public health precautions, according to new Cornell research.

Panelists discuss ways to address harassment

The discussion followed the screening of the award-winning documentary, “Picture a Scientist,” about three women scientists who confronted harassment and made science more equitable.