Four new faculty bring expertise in a broad range of policy areas, including health care, contemporary security, the economics of education, social policy and inequality, demography, criminology, and development economics.
Reported violations of children’s rights will be explored in a symposium entitled “Uyghur Children in China’s Genocide” on Fri., Oct. 27, from 1-5 p.m. in Goldwin Smith Hall, Rm. 76. The symposium will be hybrid; register in advance for the livestream.
In new research, Jamila Michener, associate professor of government, demonstrates how people within racially and economically marginalized communities can, through organizing, build political power in response to poor living conditions.
Stephen Yale-Loehr says the TPS redesignation for Venezuelans is a good first step to address the recent surge in migrant arrivals, but more needs to be done. Shannon Gleeson says the Venezuela migrant population is not unique, and TPS benefits should be reconsidered for the nearly 8-million undocumented workers in the U.S.
Leading First Amendment scholars Jameel Jaffer and Eugene Volokh discussed the scope and boundaries of freedom of expression for the first Milstein Symposium, held Sept. 26 in Myron Taylor Hall’s Landis Auditorium.
This year, thirty-four new faculty enrich the College of Arts & Sciences with creative ideas in a vast array of topics, including quantum materials, artificial intelligence, moral psychology and misinformation.
Professors Galina Hayes (College of Veterinary Medicine) and Sheri L. Johnson (Law) have each won Cornell’s highest honor for teaching and academic advising in programs that lead to an advanced degree.
John Tobin, professor of practice at Cornell’s SC Johnson College of Business and a former Managing Director and Global Head of Sustainability at Credit Suisse and Glen Dowell, a corporate sustainability researcher and professor of management and organizations at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, comment on a measure in California that would require corporations to disclose greenhouse gas emissions.