Garrett moderates Democracy & Inequality panel
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Cornell nanotech facility receives $8M NSF grant
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Art, Science and the Thirsty World
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After the Tony, director Sam Gold ’00 dives into varied projects
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Chemistry assistant prof. receives NSF Early Career award
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Katherine Howe releases new novel
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Creative writing professor honored with lecture series
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Panel on democracy, inequality will cap inauguration

Panel on democracy, inequality will cap inauguration

Our new president invites students to participate in this important discussion TODAY at 3:00 pm.

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"Anything can be solved."

"Anything can be solved."

Recent grad Emma Gerstenzang '15 combined her interests in social science and medicine to address rural health inequality.

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Grants help students take unpaid internships

Grants help students take unpaid internships

Twenty-two Arts & Sciences students were able to afford unpaid internships with a new grant.

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Africana initiatives connect academics, activism

Africana initiatives connect academics, activism

Center aims to become hub for students interested in research, current issues and making an impact.

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Undergrad researches the desecration of cultures

Undergrad researches the desecration of cultures

Anjum Malik ’16 used her undergraduate research award to explore the reasons for the destruction of museums and heritage sites in Iraq and Syria.

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And we have lift-off

And we have lift-off

Physics major helps space tourism company get off the ground.

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Barton Winokur

Barton J. Winokur, who joined Dechert in 1965, has been a corporate partner for more than forty years and is the Immediate Past Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the firm. Throughout his career, he has served as chair of Dechert's mergers and acquisitions and international law groups, and was the resident partner of the London office from 1975 to 1979.

Margie Wang

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