Cornell-CARE team project will identify the most effective ways to build resilience among vulnerable populations in Niger.
The Perkins Prize honors those who advance the Cornell community by promoting intercultural and interracial harmony.
Learn what Wildlife Health Cornell team members are doing around the world to support the health of animals, people and the environment.
Wendy Wolford is named Cornell vice provost for international affairs.
Cornell students clear mud and debris from storm-ravaged homes in Puerto Rico.
An inflatable portal that connects users with other portals around the world will be on campus March 7.
New funding will help Cornell deliver improved varieties of cassava to farmers in sub-Saharan Africa.
Two alumni were named Schwarzman Scholars, joining young leaders from around the world for study in Beijing.
Seven alumni, representing two countries in three sports, will compete in the Olympic Winter Games.
Cornell partners with the University of Agricultural Sciences-Dharwad to launch a new center in India.