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Doctoral student to speak in Soup & Hope series

Alex Nik Pasqualini will share their story of hope in a talk as part of the Soup & Hope series on Feb. 23.
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Students enthused by COP27 reparations agreement

During COP27, Podpora and Fenningdorf helped with Cornell’s exhibit and other side events, as well as attended various sessions and workshops.
Bryn Rosenfeld

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Professor wins award for book about middle class and democracy

Bryn Rosenfeld, assistant professor of government, won for her book, “The Autocratic Middle Class: How State Dependency Reduces the Demand for Democracy.”
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Professor’s book wins American Historical Association prize

Judith Byfield's book "The Great Upheaval: Women and Nation in Postwar Nigeria" was awarded the Martin A. Klein Prize.
Scott Emr

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Emr receives lifetime achievement award

Professor Scott Emr's work focuses on a pathway that's a key aspect of membrane biology.
Asian American Studies Program

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Asian American Studies celebrates 35th anniversary

The Asian American Studies Program will hold a symposium with second director Gary Okihiro and other events this year.
Madi Fulchiero '23

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Senior explores concept of space, representation in films

Madi Fulchiero is studying Spanish and English and focused her senior thesis on two Disney films.
Photograph of Wynne Williams-Ceci '24

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Junior explores possibilities of influencers in public health messaging

Wynne Williams-Ceci's research focuses on improving public health messaging for vaping.
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Two alumni win New York Times newsroom fellowships

Ishaan Jhaveri '17 M.Eng '18 and Anna Grace Lee '20 were named New York Times Newsroom Fellows for 2022-23.
Tamika Nunley

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Prof. Tamika Nunley's book wins multiple prizes

Professor Tamika Nunley's book, “At the Threshold of Liberty: Women, Slavery, and Shifting Identities in Washington, D.C.," has now won two awards.
Professor Jonathan Metzl

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Vanderbilt's Jonathan Metzl to deliver Krieger Lecture

Jonathan Metzl, the Frederick B. Rentschler II Professor of Sociology and Psychiatry and the Director of the Center for Medicine, Health, and Society at Vanderbilt University is the speaker.
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A&S Student starts first term on Ithaca's Common Council

A&S student Jorge Defendini '22, a new member of Ithaca's Common Council, is focusing on environment and housing issues.
Cornell Cinema

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Cornell Cinema receives grant, announces spring lineup

"These awardees represent the best of what New York's vibrant communities have to offer," said Governor Kathy Hochul.
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Milstein Program announces spring calendar of events

Topics include “Life in the Slash," “Skin Deep: Crafting Tech onto the Body" and "Mining for Meaning: The Novel as Data Set."
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Music department partners with student groups for Slope Day competition

Various musical groups and organizations at Cornell are creating a competition,"Big Red Idol," with winners performing at Slope Day 2022.
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Three professors elected as APS fellows

Kyle Shen, Kin Fai Mak and Lawrence Gibbons named APS fellows.
Daniel Ralph

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Physics professor wins American Physical Society prize

Professor Dan Ralph was awarded the McGroddy Award by APS.
Margaret Bonds

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ONEcomposer returns for second season

ONEComposer returns for a second season honoring Margaret Bonds.
Patrizia C. McBride

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Patrizia McBride recognized with article prize

Professor Patrizia McBride won the 2021 Max Kade prize for best article in The German Quarterly.
Ella Maria Diaz

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Professor Ella Maria Diaz wins two book awards

Professor Ella Maria Diaz wins two gold medals at the International Latino Book Awards for her book "José Montoya."
Book cover of "1774: The Long Year of Revolution"

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History professor wins George Washington Prize

Mary Beth Norton has been awarded the George Washington Prize for her book, "1774: The Long Year of Revolution."
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Three A&S professors honored with national chemistry awards

Three faculty members in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology in the College of Arts & Sciences have been honored with national awards.