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Countering Russian misinformation a ‘comparatively easy’ problem to solve

Twitter just announced it will begin labeling content from Russian state-affiliated media websites. Professor Sarah Kreps says that in some cases, false tags actually lead to more social media sharing of bogus COVID-19 claims.
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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.
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Season 4 of Antiquitas podcast features love and war

The fourth season of “Antiquitas: Leaders and Legends of the Ancient World,” a podcast from professor Barry Strauss, premieres Feb. 23.
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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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Student podcast explores changing face of archaeology

Cornell graduate students are collaborating with students across the country on the scholarly podcast.
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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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Psychology professor elected to Denmark’s Royal Academy

Morten H. Christiansen, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been elected a foreign member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters.
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Cornell celebrates Morrison’s birthday with screening, roundtable

Cornell will celebrate the birthday of alumna and Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison MA ’55 from 3-5 p.m. Feb. 18 with a screening of the film “The Foreigner’s Home” (2017), followed by a roundtable discussion.
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Science of the very, very small featured in next Arts Unplugged

The event will explore the nanoscale and quantum innovations shaping our future. You can join online at eCornell!
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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.
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Asian Studies alumnus wins Emmy for journalism work

Dexter Thomas PhD ’20 plans to continue working on stories “about difficult things that don’t have clear answers."
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American perception of Olympics sabotage claim ‘doesn’t matter’ to China

Political scientist Sarah Kreps comments on China's claim that the U.S. plans to pay athletes to 'sabotage' the Beijing Winter Olympic Games.
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New piano joins historic instrument collection

A new Silbermann piano has joined the instrument collection at the Cornell Center for Historical Keyboards.
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Putin’s goal of ‘breaking NATO’ evokes past Soviet, Roman leaders

Prof. Barry Strauss comments on Russian President Vladimir Putin's demands about Ukraine.
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E.P.A’s new air, water protections for poor sends mixed signals, says prof.

Prof. Jerel Ezell comments on the EPA's announcement of new air and water monitoring and enforcement.
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‘Saber rattling’ over Ukraine highlights the region’s complicated past

Faculty experts comment on the evolving situation between Russia and Ukraine.