Scholarship honors eminent historian and professor

A new scholarship for first-generation undergraduate students has been established in the name of beloved government professor Isaac Kramnick, and will support students beginning this fall.

President Pollack honors university supporters of United Way

The Cornell United Way President’s Leadership Association recognized 168 members of the Cornell community who have contributed at least $1,000 to the current United Way, constituting nearly 76% of the campaign’s current total.

A.D. White professors’ spring 2022 visits announced

An award-winning Argentine author, an agro-sustainability innovator, a renowned archaeologist and a leading sociolinguist are set to visit campus this spring as Andrew Dickson White Professors-at-Large.

Faculty diversity award nominations due March 18

The Provost’s Office of Faculty Development and Diversity is accepting nominations for the annual Faculty Award for Excellence in Research, Teaching and Service Through Diversity. The award, to be given to two faculty members, comes with a $15,000 prize.

Book describes dislocation of ‘the West’

In his new book, Professor Naoki Sakai examines a new order taking place that dislocates America and Europe from the center of world power.

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.