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First group of Zhu Fellows named

Four doctoral students studying fields in the College of Arts & Sciences are the inaugural recipients of the Zhu Family Graduate Fellowships in the Humanities.
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A&S sophomore earns spot in summer program in D.C.

Mar’Quon Frederick, a government major, will spend the summers of 2022 and 2023 in the Institute for Responsible Citizenship's Washington Program.
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Ten A&S faculty honored with endowed professorships

These professorships continue the College’s priority to recognize faculty excellence and accomplishments.
Liliana Colanzi

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Professor’s book wins major literary prize

A book by Liliana Colanzi won a prize honoring the best short stories in Latin American and Spain.
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Doctoral student’s work featured in Oxford Handbook chapter

The chapter is an introduction to the ideas and links between AI and politics.
Michael Reynolds, M.S. ’17, Ph.D. ’21, postdoctoral associate in the Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering in the College of Engineering, demonstrated an origami model of a nanobot.

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Panelists explore ‘Science of the Very, Very Small’

From a nanoscale “brobot” flexing its muscles to a discussion of the artistry of scientific images, participants at a March 9 event got an up-close look at how quantum science and nanotechnology are shaping our lives.
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Students can apply now for Summer Experience Grants

More than $500,000 will be available to help students pay for housing, food, travel costs and other expenses during an unpaid or minimally-paid internship or career opportunity
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NYC, CU artists collaborate for “quarrelsome” opera production

The opera centers on a pivotal moment in French operatic history known as the “War of the Buffoons.”
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Glass blower crafts intricate creations for Cornell scientists

The work of Karl Termini, scientific glassblower in the College of Arts & Sciences, saves departments money and time and ensures that scientists get exactly what they need.
Roald Hoffmann

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Nobel laureates show support for Ukraine

The letter, signed by 163 Nobel laureates, was drafted by Cornell Nobel laureate Roald Hoffmann.
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Support Arts & Sciences on Giving Day March 16

Gifts allow the College to fulfill its mission: preparing students to do the greatest good in the world.
Isaac Kramnick

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Scholarship honors eminent professor and 'university citizen'

With contributions from his family, former students and colleagues, the fund honoring Isaac Kramnick will support students beginning this fall.
Tiffany Norwood

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Tribetan CEO Norwood named Entrepreneur of the Year

Tiffany Norwood ’89 will be honored on campus April 28-29 at the Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration event.
Aisha Conte

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Students honored with entrepreneurial fellowships

Twenty-six students received funding to allow them to work on their businesses this summer.
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Student podcast explores changing face of archaeology

Cornell graduate students are collaborating with students across the country on the scholarly podcast.
Solina Kennedy '19. interviews Jane-Marie Law in her video

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Alumna unearths benefits of green burial in video

Solina Kennedy '19 interviews Professor Jane-Marie Law for a new video, based on information she learned in a Cornell class.
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Students can major in cognitive science come fall 2022

The major combines interests in philosophy, psychology, computer science, linguistics and neurobiology and behavior.
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Professor named chair of state humanities organization

Timothy Murray, professor of comparative literature and literatures in English, has been elected chair of the board of directors of Humanities New York (HNY), a nonprofit humanities council founded in 1975 that supports and advocates for public humanities across the state.
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Student group helps translate research into hometown projects

A new organization, founded by students in the College of Arts & Sciences, offers support and guidance for students who want to translate their research at Cornell into projects that will benefit their hometowns.
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Freedom seekers speak on new Underground Railroad site

The new “Voices on the Underground Railroad” website focuses on nine documented or rumored stops on the Underground Railroad in Central and Western New York.