“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.
Cornell architects and engineers design and build a school for girls in Sogakope, Ghana.
Anthropologist views friendship doll exchange as a "pioneering project of citizen diplomacy."
Campus events address the mass exodus of Rohingya Muslims from their homes in Myanmar.
Fourteen Cornell students make commitments to action at the Clinton Global Initiative conference.
A Cornell researcher is using a NASA satellite to measure crop productivity and global carbon uptake.
Hatfield Fellow Paul Polman addresses the changing role of business and leadership in the world.