'College is a time for exploring what inspires you most'
Authors, poets, scholars celebrate Morrison in ‘Bluest Eye’ reading
COVID-19 & Reactivation Planning
Anthology explores Asian American California through art
Asian American Studies, Performing & Media Arts
Policing, incarceration examined in racism webinar debut
Breakthrough telescope in Chile renamed for benefactor alum
30 Arts & Sciences faculty honored with endowed professorships
Let curiosity be your guide.
Our research activities and academic programs are remarkably broad, but they share one characteristic: all are curiosity-driven. Exploring the unknown is central to our mission to be the nexus of discovery & impact.
The College Welcomes New Faculty for 2020-21
Twenty-seven new faculty join the College this year, adding to our strengths in areas including inequality, climate change, behavioral economics, health policy, history of capitalism and moral psychology.
This premier postdoctoral fellowship program offers opportunities for early-career scholars of outstanding talent, initiative and promise to devote themselves to frontline, innovative research without being tied to specific outcomes.
Cornell Celebrates Toni Morrison M.A. '55
Our yearlong celebration kicks off with "The Bluest Eye" reading on Oct. 8, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Hear Morrison's first novel read in its entirety by scholars, authors, poets, celebrities and members of the Cornell and Ithaca communities. Then, join in a Teach-In on Morrison's impact on Oct. 15 at 4:30 p.m.
Visit the Arts Unplugged website for more information.
Racism in America Webinar Series
As calls to address institutional racism reverberate around the U.S., the College has launched a year-long webinar series featuring faculty experts and journalist moderators who will explore research-based discoveries and potential solutions to combat systemic racism and improve equity.