Student hackathons focus on food, ag, animals, health and business services

The hackathons, run by Entrepreneurship at Cornell, are open to undergraduate and graduate students from any field and major and take place from Friday evenings through Sunday afternoon.

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Life Transitions Closet offers gender-affirming support

The Life Transitions Closet offers free, gender-affirming clothes to queer, trans and nonbinary students, or anyone going through a transitory period.

Claudia Goldin ’67 wins Nobel Prize in Economics

Goldin’s research has revealed the reasons for gender gaps in labor force participation and earnings. She is the third woman to win the economics Nobel, and the first to win it individually rather than sharing the prize.

CCE interns’ summer projects celebrated at reception

The work and accomplishments of 19 Cornell Cooperative Extension summer interns were celebrated at a reception, held Sept. 26 in the Biotechnology Building.

Survey reveals campus sexual assault, harassment

The percentage of students who reported experiencing one or more specific forms of harassing behaviors rose slightly to 45% this year from 44% in 2021, according to the 2023 Cornell Survey of Sexual Assault and Related Misconduct.

$13.5M gift to Human Ecology supports design across disciplines

The College of Human Ecology has received a $13.5 million gift commitment to support cross-college design research and collaboration across disciplines.

Cookie Day: ILR’s Sweetest Tradition

ILR celebrated its annual Cookie Day this week, a tradition that involves giving away free cookies and books in Catherwood Library.  

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“Humble leader” celebrated

The Thomas P. Golden Courtyard was dedicated to a cherished ILR colleague whose extraordinary leadership advanced employment, equity and societal inclusion for people with disabilities.

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Michener to direct new Center for Racial Justice and Equitable Futures

For her breadth of scholarship on racism and bias, Jamila Michener has been named the inaugural director of the university’s new center aimed at developing just and equitable public policy.