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Learn & travel with Cornell alumni, faculty this summer

A&S faculty will lead many courses on campus and join educational vacations as part of Cornell Adult University.
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Students, formerly incarcerated people publish book of creative works

A performing and media arts class composed of Cornell students and formerly incarcerated people has produced a book of their writings, exploring their own stories and their discoveries about each other.
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Jan. 6 hearings: What’s missing are key White House witnesses

As the House Committee charged with investigating the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol prepares to hold the first of several hearings on June 9, Doug Kriner and Steve Israel share from their recent poll designed to measure public opinion of election reforms.
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In blow to U.S. diplomacy, Mexican president skips key regional summit

The Summit of the Americas, taking place this week in Los Angeles, typically represents an opportunity for leaders to move their agendas forward.
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Sociology department unveils new augmented reality window

The AR redesign of a display in Uris Hall was a collaborative exploration involving student researchers, staff and faculty.
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Posthumous album brings Cornell staffer’s music to life

An album featuring the work of Daniel Gaibel, former information technology manager for the Language Resource Center (LRC), will debut this weekend at the Ithaca Festival.
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First class of Milstein students heads toward graduation

Twenty Milstein Program seniors will graduate this year with degrees in everything from biology to linguistics to computer science to physics.
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Mong fellowship advances neuroimaging collaboration

Their work could have future implications for human health, setting a path for research into understanding brain function.
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Reunion 2022 features host of A&S events

A number of special events are planned in the College of Arts & Sciences to celebrate Reunion 2022.
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Students tackle community projects in moral psychology course

Students spent the semester working with local non-profits addressing issues from migrant family justice to food insecurity to sustainable agriculture.
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Digital focus of Asia trade plan will help U.S. companies, allies

Prof. Sarah Kreps comments on Pres. Biden's proposed Indo-Pacific Economic Framework.
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Humanities students present diverse research projects

Humanities students studying an array of topics presented their work at the A.D. White House.
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College Scholars tackle interdisciplinary research projects

This year’s graduating class of Robert S. Harrison College Scholars presented their final theses during a daylong event May 7 in Goldwin Smith Hall.
Graduating A&S Seniors in the class of 2022

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Grateful to be together: Meet the extraordinary class of 2022

Hear about the Cornell experiences of some of the amazing students in our graduating class.
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Finland, Sweden considering NATO not surprising given historical context

The announcement marks a turning point but is not entirely surprising from a historical perspective, says professor Cristina Florea.
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A&S student named Carnegie Fellow

Ben Feldman '22 will conduct research at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in D.C. after graduation.
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U.S. information warfare ‘fundamentally shapes conflict’ in Ukraine

Historian David Silbey says there is a long history of the U.S. using intelligence to help allies.
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Early Silicon Valley championed meritocracy through ‘flexible masculinity’

Klarman Fellow Charles Petersen won the Martha Moore Trescott Prize at the 2022 Business History Conference for his gender analysis of tech company leadership.
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European leaders show ‘creative diplomacy’ in Russian oil ban

The 27-nation bloc bridged economic and political differences to make a sixth set of sanctions, says government scholar Daniel Schade.
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Leaked SCOTUS opinion represents ‘new level of misogyny’

Philosophy professor Kate Manne calls the draft decision "a heartbreaking step back for the rights of women, and anyone who can get pregnant, in America today."