Tribetan CEO Norwood named Entrepreneur of the Year

Tiffany Norwood ’89, CEO of Tribetan, has been named Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year 2022. She will be honored on campus April 28-29 at the Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration event.

AI apps bring veterinary data to CVM community

The tools of AI and machine learning will soon be at the fingertips of the College of Veterinary Medicine’s faculty, staff and students to mine more than 1.4 million clinical cases and 14.2 million diagnostic tests to assist in clinical research.

AI enables strategic hydropower planning across Amazon basin

Biologist Alex Flecker and computer scientist Carla Gomes co-led a project that employed AI and around 40 researchers in an attempt to determine optimal placement of around 350 hydropower dams in the Amazon river basin.

‘Underground maps’ segment cities using fashion, AI

Cornell computer scientists have developed a new framework to automatically draw “underground maps,” which accurately segment cities into areas with similar fashion sense and, thus, interests.

Center offers tools for culturally responsive research, practice

The Cornell Center for Cultural Humility facilitates culturally responsive research, practice and policy that is inclusive across race, ethnicity, class and other markers of identity.

Psychology professor elected to Denmark’s Royal Academy

Morten H. Christiansen, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been elected a foreign member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters.

ILR scientist teaches COVID workplace safety

Many in the workforce have turned to Nellie Brown, director of Workplace Health and Safety Programs at the ILR School, for guidance on how to keep their workplaces safe from COVID-19

Anne R. Kenney, former university librarian, dies at 72

Kenney, university librarian emerita, a charismatic visionary who led Cornell University Library through a decade of transformation and growth, died Feb. 5 at Hospicare in Ithaca.

Seven faculty members elected AAAS fellows

Seven Cornell faculty members have been elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest general scientific society. This year's fellows, 564 in all, will be honored at a virtual event Feb. 19.

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