Students and faculty will gain opportunities to interact with national and world leaders on contemporary issues.
Cornell students and faculty join 24th Conference of U.N. Convention on Climate Change.
Jeanne Moseley, director of the Global Health Program, was awarded for her leadership of the Summer Program in Tanzania.
"First light" is set for 2021 on Cerro Chajnantor, a peak in Chile’s Atacama Desert.
Iceland’s fisheries are roadmap for sustainable marine resources that withstand climate change.
Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon co-wrote a play showcased in National Theatre’s “Courage Everywhere” project.
Cornell invites faculty nominations and applications for Einaudi Center directorship.
Concerns that students at the Chinese institution were being penalized for speaking out about labor rights.
Lead author Natalie Mahowald highlights the report's findings and the urgency of limiting global warming.
The Ceres2030 data project will support smallholder farmers with the goal of ending global hunger.