Cornell students help Tarrytown envision waterfront future

As sea levels rise over the next decades for low-lying Hudson River towns, Cornell landscape architecture students offered ideas for coping with climate change and embracing the water.

Dance club leaps over obstacles to perform at 2023 Nationals

The odds were stacked against the Cornell Dance Team but on Jan. 14 they competed in the 2023 UDA Collegiate Dance Team National Championship.

Website sheds light on 19th century Black literary culture

A digital humanities project cataloging the work of 19th century poets has unearthed a trove of work that sheds light on life, history and issues of the time, including the campaign to end slavery.

Flint water crisis demonstrates value of social networks

The size, strength and makeup of people’s social networks are key indicators of how they will respond to the health consequences of an environmental disaster, according to a new Cornell study that focused on the Flint, Michigan water crisis.

National Society of Black Engineers thrives at Cornell

The Cornell chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers is celebrating Black History Month with a variety of events expected to be well attended thanks to the student organization’s recent efforts to boost membership and revitalize its programming.

Campus rallies to support Syria, Turkey earthquake survivors

Students, faculty and administrators have quickly mobilized relief efforts and support for those affected by the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that devastated Syria and Turkey.

With love and duty, retired academics give back to Cornell

Founded in 1982 and celebrating 40 years, Cornell Academics and Professors Emeriti represents a large community of retired academics and faculty that continue to make significant contributions to university life.

NY Lt. Gov. tour highlights sustainability, equity

New York Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado engaged with students and faculty on topics ranging from biological engineering to nutrition to 4-H programs during his first tour of the Ithaca campus on Feb. 2.

Internship offers undergrads multidisciplinary perspective in ag and food

A summer internship in sustainable agriculture and food systems enables undergrads from Cornell and across the country to work on a USDA-funded project focused on making policy more nutritious and sustainable.

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