Following a campus screening of the documentary film "Farmland," panelists discussed the future of farming Oct. 27.
In his new book, "The Art of Social Theory,” sociologist Richard Swedberg proposes new approaches to creative theorizing.
The five-year, $2.29 million grant supports “exceptionally creative new investigators who propose highly innovative projects that have the potential for unusually high biomedical impact."
The five-year, $875,000 award has gone to 18 of the nation’s most innovative early-career scientists and engineers.
Cornell researchers are building tools to help network operators see what's happening outside their own networks and send data over the best paths.
Russian-American journalist and LGBT activist Masha Gessen spoke on campus Oct. 22 about Vladimir Putin's use of homophobia to retain control of Russia.
Big Red alumni gathered at “Furrows to Boroughs: A Taste of New York State in New York City” Oct. 22 to sample upstate foods in the Big Apple.
The authors of “Retirement and the Hidden Epidemic: The Complex Link Between Aging, Work Disengagement and Substance Misuse – and What To Do About It” presented their findings in New York City Oct. 20.
The ILR School has established a new professorship honoring the scholarly contributions and distinguished career of professor Ronald G. Ehrenberg.
Professor Thomas Gilovich delivered this year’s distinguished faculty invitational lecture on principles of social psychology and wisdom Oct. 22 in Goldwin Smith Hall.