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Byline: Kathy Hovis

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Alumni return to celebrate theatre troupe’s 30th anniversary

"We created this germ of an idea and it spread."
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Doctor/musician alumnus takes stage in Van Cliburn competition

"At every point in your life, different music will speak to you in new ways."
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“The Janes” director: ‘I think we’re going way backwards.’

Tia Lessin '89 will be on campus Oct. 13 for a screening at Cornell Cinema.
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Panelists: War in Ukraine reshapes world political order

Faculty and journalist experts considered the consequences of the ongoing conflict during “Aftershocks: Geopolitics Since the Ukraine invasion."
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New faculty director takes helm of Office of Undergraduate Biology

Nicholson said her mission is to empower students and give them confidence .
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Archaeological conference expands discussion beyond colonial roots

'We saw this conference as a way to expand the conversation beyond Cornell.'
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New Jewish studies major approved in College of Arts & Sciences

“These efforts recognize the critical questions Jewishness raises and its place as part of a shared heritage.”
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Eminent physicist Kurt Gottfried, co-founder of Union of Concerned Scientists, dies at 93

Gottfried was also the author of a classic text on quantum mechanics and numerous scholarly articles on missile defense, space weapons, nuclear weapons and cooperative security.
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$8.3M award boosts chemistry research into fuel cells, batteries

The funding supports research, as well as the establishment of a small fleet of fuel-cell and battery powered (EV) cars at Cornell.
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Journalists join A&S professors to discuss global impacts of war in Ukraine

Ann Simmons, Moscow bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal, and Mark Landler, London bureau chief for the New York Times, join Professors Peter Katzenstein and Jessica Chen Weiss for the Sept. 22 Arts Unplugged event.
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Student’s research focuses on Indigenous agriculture system

The movement involves not only re-establishing heritage foods, but also bolstering the systems that sustain them: irrigation and land access, for instance.
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Community read launches Society for the Humanities’ ‘Repair’ theme

"The Society for the Humanities thought there is no better way to kick off the year of Repair, than to begin at home."
The three researchers are sitting around a desk and Ailong Ke is pointing to an image of the IscB molecule on the computer screen.

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Microscopy reveals mechanism behind new CRISPR tool

New research could lead to promising antiviral and tissue engineering tools in animal and plants.
Hector Abruna

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Energy center receives $12.6 million in renewed funding

The award allows the center to continue its work developing advanced fuel cell technologies in alkaline media.
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Summer reflections from Milstein students

Hear from four of the 29 students in the Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity about their summer at Cornell Tech.
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Iván Andrade: ‘I love interacting with patients’

Iván Andrade’s summer experience helped him realize that he’s headed in the right direction as he pursues a career in medicine.
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Humanities Scholars explore future careers through legal internships

Two students in the College explored legal careers this summer thanks in part to grants from the Humanities Scholars Program.
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Milstein students spend summer producing, questioning, exploring

Milstein students spent eight weeks this summer wrestling with societal questions about technology's role in our world.
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Harrison College Scholars explore politics, wellness, environment in summer work

From Ithaca to Hawaii to Ecuador, students in the Robert S. Harrison College Scholars Program took advantage of the summer as a time to explore their research interests.
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PMA prof honored with fellowship for screenwriting work

Austin Bunn, associate professor of performing and media arts, has been awarded a New York State Council for the Arts/New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship in screenwriting.