Sprite space probes, developed by researchers at Cornell, were recently launched into Earth orbit.
Symposium in Zambia addresses how governments in Africa deliberately deny poor people’s rights.
President Pollack asks Cornellians to reinforce a community grounded in mutual respect and kindness.
María Cristina García details the challenges of national security, refugee policy, and humanitarian obligations.
Toyokazu Ihara, a survivor of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, will speak at Cornell on September 28.
Students capture a Yellow Warbler that had been banded just two months earlier in Colombia.
Opinion piece by President Pollack affirms Cornell’s dedication to truth, free expression and diversity.
Cornell is providing grant support to students who face extenuating challenges with the fee for filing DACA renewal applications by October 5.
Martha Pollack joins other AAU presidents in a letter urging Congress to enact a permanent legislative solution for the DACA program.
AguaClara provides potable water to 60,000 people in Honduras, helping communities thrive.