Research into the behavior of Japanese tree frogs opens up a new class of math problems.
Student project aims to foster understanding in NYS communities with large populations of refugees.
International Students and Scholars Office invites the community to enjoy a Thanksgiving Feast on Nov 23.
Bartels Fellow Christopher Painter points to diplomacy to solve global cybersecurity issues.
Cornell researchers use mobile phones to increase access to health care in international settings.
Cornell celebrates International Education Week on Nov 13-17 with a series of events across campus.
“Hamlet Wakes Up Late,” a satirical play by Mamduh Adwan, premieres Nov 10-18 at Cornell.
Faculty and students share Cornell climate research at UN Climate Conference in Bonn, Germany.
Cornell is offering a free semester of study for up to 58 students from Universidad de Puerto Rico.
In fall 2018, a portal on campus will bring people face-to-face with others from around the world.