Social scientists examined solutions to inequality at the Charter Day Weekend panel The American Dream: Opportunities and Challenges April 25.
The fourth floor of Mann Library on campus houses the Liberty Hyde Bailey Hortorium Herbarium, a collection of more than a million dried and preserved plant specimens that date back to Cornell's beginnings.
A panel of experts explored “The Genomic Revolution: How DNA Information Is Changing Our Lives” in a Charter Day Weekend panel April 26, including genetic screening for diseases.
The Charter Day Weekend panel Wellness, Fulfillment and Good Health focused on ways to lead a healthy, fulfilling life, both physically and mentally.
A Charter Day Weekend panel discussion explored how technological shifts, and changes in how audiences consume information, have affected the worlds of media and journalism.
A Charter Day Weekend panel explains how the famous Six Degrees of Separation experiment has led to new understanding of networks across a variety of disciplines.
At “Illuminating Images: A First Step to Scientific Discovery,” a panel of Cornell faculty and alumni illustrated how images help further scientific study as part of Charter Day Weekend April 25 at Barton Hall.
Deliberating security and a sustainable future, six professors from a variety of disciplines offered quick-takes on destiny – and how our society adjusts - at Charter Day Weekend.
Six alumni and faculty offered an overview of Cornell's contributions to poverty and development economics in a Charter Day Weekend panel April 25 on campus.
Wrongful convictions occur for a number of reasons, but Cornell research is showing how to address some of those factors and lead to more accurate verdicts, according to a Charter Day Weekend panel.