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 Anna Feigenbaum and Howard Rodman


Milstein program brings alumnus screenwriter, data visualization expert to campus

The sessions with screenwriter Howard Rodman '71 and digital storyteller Anna Feigenbaum are open to the public.
 A.D. White House, home of the Society for the Humanities


$6M alumni gift launches Humanities Scholars Program

For the first time, undergraduates can be immersed in the work of Cornell’s Society for the Humanities.
 Arts Quad in the fall


New graduate fellowships boost humanities, social science scholars

The one-year fellowships allows students to focus on their research without having to teach.
 Students from Blackstone LaunchPad explain their resources during an entrepreneurship fair


App for finding study partners wins at entrepreneurship kickoff

An application to help students connect with others in their classes won the top prize – an automatic spot in this fall’s eLab class – at the Entrepreneurship at Cornell kickoff event, Sept. 4 in eHub Collegetown.

 Steve Henhawk


New Cayuga language class focuses on nature, culture

The launch of the class coincides with the United Nations Declaration of 2019 as the Year of Indigenous Languages.
 Students in Bailey Hall crowd


Welcoming the Class of 2023 in Arts & Sciences

Dean Ray Jayawardhana encouraged new students to explore boldly, make good use of their time and find their people.
 Students in a classroom in Limonade, Haiti


Ithaca nonprofit, Haitian teachers benefit from Milstein student projects

The Milstein Program is for students who want to combine their liberal arts education with advanced study of technology.
 Estefania Perez outside the Supreme Court building


Summer Pathways interns make the most of experiences in D.C., California

"A place that once seemed intimidating and untouchable became strangely comforting," said Estefania Perez, of her Supreme Court internship.
 Pauliina Patana


Doctoral students win awards for research

Two government graduate students — one studying the rise of populist radical right parties and the other the politics of domestic violence — have recently been honored with fellowships and other awards for their research.

 Chris Zobek at the National Aquarium


Grants fund students’ summer research experiences

From hanging out with dart frogs to studying gene expression, students used Summer Experience Grants to explore careers.
 Rebecca Reuning


Students fight violence, support NYC artists during summer experiences

Students can use Summer Experience Grants to cover living and travel expenses when they take unpaid or minimally-paid positions.
 Members of Human to Human team with computers sitting around a table in the Temple of Zeus cafe


Incubator helps students move businesses forward during summer

Student business leaders gathered for pitch practice and feedback, then worked on their own at various locations across campus.
 Summer scholars take part in a scavenger hunt at the Johnson Museum


A&S Summer Scholars get first introduction to campus

“It will be a whole new thing living on my own."
 Andrea Berloff directing on set of "The Kitchen"


Theatre alumna debuts as director with DC movie, ‘The Kitchen’

Andrea Berloff '95 is scheduled to be on campus for a Nov. 15 screening at Cornell Cinema.
 Thomas Nolan plants a tree with students


Six A&S students work around the world at State Department offices

Students worked in State Department offices as far away as Tanzania and Spain.
 "The first vote" / AW [monogram] ; drawn by A.R. Waud. African American men, in dress indicative of their professions, in a queue waiting their turn to vote.


Government professor honored with book prize

David Bateman, assistant professor of government, was recently named a co-winner of the J. David Greenstone Prize from the American Political Science Association for best book in history and politics, for his book "Disenfranchising Democracy: Constructing a Mass Electorate in the United States, the United Kingdom, and France."

 Hector Abruna


Chemistry professor honored by international society

Héctor Abruña, the Émile M. Chamot professor of chemistry & chemical biology, was recently awarded the Frumkin Memorial Medal from the International Society of Electrochemistry, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the field.

 Alex Ponomarenko


Alumnus funds scholarship for international students

Alex Ponomarenko was a 21-year old Ukrainian student wanting to study in America when he heard about Cornell.
 Cedric Jimerson


Centenarian alum remembers days as WWII medic

Cedric Jimerson '40, M.D. '43, was honored with other veterans from his home state of Pennsylvania at a ceremony in Harrisburg, Pa. commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
 Adam Levinson with students


Government alumnus’s gift boosts program related to U.S.-China relations

"This will be the most important bilateral relationship the U.S. needs to manage for the next two generations, at least."