Einaudi Center’s Southeast Asia Program and Institute for European Studies welcome new faculty leaders.
Cornell sponsored workshop aims to help K-12 teachers cope with diversity and intolerance.
John W. Lewis, who taught at Cornell in the 1960s, is remembered for teaching students about the empowerment of positive leadership.
Chaplain Yasin Ahmed hopes to "add a level of wellness to this entire community."
President Trump issues a complex set of new restrictions for entry into the United States.
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.