The School of Hotel Administration honored the Mariani family, founders of U.S. importer Banfi Vintners, and entrepreneur Sandy Solmon June 3 in New York City.
Disputed science is at the heart of the latest book by Trevor Pinch, “Golem at Large: What You Should Know About Technology.”
In collaboration with Verizon Wireless, Cornell engineers are testing a geothermal heat pump system to control the climate of a cellular tower shelter on campus.
Fourteen Cornell faculty members are contributing columns to The Hill, a widely read policy website in Washington, D.C. Several columns have already appeared, offering faculty an opportunity to influence government decision makers.
Several Cornell faculty members shared their research on youth with Cooperative Extension county leaders, 4-H educators and community partners at the Youth Development Research Update, June 3-4
Rachel Bean, associate professor of astronomy, told alumni about unresolved cosmic mysteries, dark matter and dark energy during a Reunion talk June 7.
Five departments in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences – Plant Biology, Horticulture, Plant Breeding and Genetics, Crop and Soil Sciences, and Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology – have been consolidated into the School of Integrative Plant Science.
Medals awarded to College of Human Ecology founders Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose by the Belgian king in 1925 will be displayed at Reunion.
This past spring, the University Assembly passed a resolution establishing a committee to study how an open-access policy at Cornell would work.
Ithaca-based Incodema3D is among the first companies approved for START-UP NY tax benefits and other incentives, announced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo June 4.