Library research informs Cornell’s COVID-19 models

When Cornell’s COVID-19 Modeling Team began developing protocols for the return to campus, they turned to Cornell librarians to comprehensively answer a series of rapidly evolving – and critically important – questions.

$2M grant to fund assessment of biology education

The National Science Foundation has awarded a nearly $2 million collaborative research grant to principal investigators from Cornell and other institutions to assess the effectiveness, across several metrics, of open educational resources.

New EARS model aims to broaden peer support across campus

Cornell’s nearly 50-year-old Empathy, Assistance and Referral Service (EARS) will begin offering a new model of support this fall, including peer mentoring, training and outreach.

New archive reveals treasure trove of U.S. media experiments

Thanks to Cornell researchers and their colleagues, a dataset of thousands of experiments is publicly available, providing insight into fields like political science, communication, psychology, marketing, organizational behavior, statistics, computer science and education.

History, music, physics harmonize in keyboard project

An undergraduate, Elizaveta Zabelina ’24, is teaming up with a music department faculty member to create an illustrated catalog and guide to the instruments that are part of Cornell's historical keyboard collection.

Radio interview features Cornell employee elected trustee Reginald White

Reginald White discusses his experience serving on the Cornell Board of Trustees as the employee elected trustee.

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Sustainability tips help staff take action

The Campus Sustainability Office and campus-wide Green Teams have launched a 'tip of the month' campaign to help staff identify easy ways to make the workplace more sustainable. 

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Mish and Lai win initial graduate, professional teaching prize

Professors Risa Mish and Dong Lai have won Cornell’s inaugural Provost Award for Teaching Excellence in Graduate and Professional Degree Programs.

ILR professor gets new kidney – from his colleague

On June 29, long-time ILR School professor Ron Ehrenberg received a new kidney – but that’s just half the story. The kidney came not from a stranger but from his friend and ILR colleague, Adam Seth Litwin.

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