News

09/24/2014
Veterans' rights activist Gus Kappler ’61, M.D. ’65, spoke on campus Sept. 23 about his experiences as a surgeon in Vietnam and ongoing poor treatment of U.S. veterans.
09/24/2014
Relay teams hope to squash their competition at the first Big Red Pumpkin Regatta on Beebe Lake Saturday, Oct. 4. It is hosted by a graduate student group Cornell Flotilla.
09/24/2014
An MBA student who attended the People’s Climate March asserts that business is the largest catalyst for change, when it comes to transitioning to a carbon-neutral economy.
09/24/2014
Historian Edward Baptist provides an account of slavery's role in America becoming a global superpower in his new book, "The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism."
09/23/2014
More than 100 Cornellians boarded buses early Sept. 21 to travel to the People's Climate March in New York City.
09/23/2014
More than 100 Cornellians boarded buses early Sept. 21 to travel to the People's Climate March in New York City.
09/23/2014
College of Human Ecology legend Urie Bronfenbrenner, who taught at Cornell for 50 years and died in 2005, was the subject of a symposium on campus Sept. 18.
09/22/2014
The Department of Neurobiology and Behavior celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. About half of the department's doctoral alumni will return to campus Nov. 1.
09/22/2014
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg '54 held a conversation with College of Arts and Sciences Dean Gretchen Ritter '83 at the New-York Historical Society Sept. 18.
09/22/2014
Sara J. Horowitz ’84 will receive the 2015 Judge William B. Groat Alumni Award, and Beth Florin, M.S. '85, will receive the 2015 Jerome Alpern Award at ILR’s Groat and Alpern Celebration April 9 in New York City.