History majors who wonder what path to pursue after graduation had their eyes opened to the possibilities Oct. 3 as alumni from various career fields shared their experiences at a panel discussion.
Jonathan Jansen, vice chancellor and rector of the University of the Free State in South Africa, will give three talks on higher education and South Africa while on campus Oct. 21-23.
Former National Labor Relations Board chairman Wilma Liebman is teaching at the ILR School and the Law School.
The décor and menu are the most useful predictors of whether restaurants across the state will offer New York wines, according to new Dyson School research.
Scientists from Cornell's R3 Group and other schools celebrated 10 years of genetic collaboration at the group's 10th anniversary conference on campus, Oct. 3-4.
How you feel about gambling depend on whether you label it “gambling” or “gaming,” reports a new Cornell study that shows how industry labels help shape consumer attitudes.
The Fourth Biennial Urie Bronfenbrenner Conference, “New Developments in Aging, Emotion, and Health,” Oct. 3-4, explored the interplay between emotions and health across the lifespan.
At a meeting of the new Cornell Institute of Fashion and Fiber Innovation, clothing designers, textile scientists and business leaders discussed how to best weave fashion and function and to bring bold ideas to market.
Yogurt industry leader Chobani has given a $1.5 million gift to the Department of Food Science to support research and workforce training in dairy quality to help maintain New York's competitive edge in the industry.
Prabhu Pingali, professor of applied economics and management and founding director of the new Tata-Cornell Agriculture and Nutrition Initiative, is working to improve nutrition in India.