'Gods and Scholars' brings religious artifacts to light
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 Terrence Turner
Anthropologist Terence Turner dies at 79
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Alumna's bequest supports young female scientists

Alumna's bequest supports young female scientists

Marilyn Jacox PhD ’56 mentored young women throughout her career; that legacy continues with a new scholarship.

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Liliana Colanzi wins literature prize

Liliana Colanzi wins literature prize

The Premio Aura Estrada de Literatura prize is given to Spanish-language authors under 35 who live in Mexico and the United States

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'PhDivas' discourse across disciplines and differences

'PhDivas' discourse across disciplines and differences

A podcast bridging the STEM-humanities divide launched by two grad students has found listeners in six countries.

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Contrapunkt concert showcases student composers

Contrapunkt concert showcases student composers

Talented Cornell undergrad composers showcased their work in a recent concert.

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'Annie' director Will Gluck shares career advice

'Annie' director Will Gluck shares career advice

The director shared what it's really like to work in Hollywood.

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The College welcomes new faculty

The College welcomes new faculty

These 16 new A&S faculty members will contribute to the nexus of big ideas, foundational methods, and colliding and intertwining disciplines found at the center of Cornell.

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Students abroad get head start with Jumpstart courses

Students abroad get head start with Jumpstart courses

Jumpstart courses help students going abroad feel more prepared for their adventures.

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Exposing new audiences to a real Greek tragedy

Exposing new audiences to a real Greek tragedy

Classics students add modern twists to Euripedes play.

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PMA expands international opportunities for students

PMA expands international opportunities for students

Chinese resident artists and visiting lecturers on global performance traditions brought international insights to the Schwartz Center this fall.  

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Sign up for career events during Winter Break

Alumni will share career advice and experiences during four exciting Winter Break events in New York City focused on law, healthcare, media and finance and one in Washington, D.C. focused on government and public service. The events are sponsored by the Arts & Sciences Career Development Center, A&S Alumni Affairs & Development and the A&S Career Connections Committee. Students who wish to attend should register on Handshake, where you can find out more information and details about all of the events! Want more help in planning for your future? Visit the Career Development Center website.

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The College welcomes new faculty

The College welcomes new faculty

These 16 new A&S faculty members will contribute to the nexus of big ideas, foundational methods, and colliding and intertwining disciplines found at the center of Cornell.

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Zebrafish brains open doors to all brains

Zebrafish brains open doors to all brains

Neurobiologist Joe Fetcho's research helps us understand how brain circuits produce behaviors.

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Ariana Kim records ‘powerful’ works by women composers

Ariana Kim records ‘powerful’ works by women composers

Ariana Kim’s solo album, “Routes of Evanescence,” showcases works by pioneering American women composers.

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A&S meets its $225M campaign goal

A&S meets its $225M campaign goal

Thanks to generous alumni, the College of Arts & Sciences exceeded its Cornell NOW Campaign goals to support humanities, students and new faculty.

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Prairie vole research focuses on philandering, benefits of socialization

Prairie vole research focuses on philandering, benefits of socialization

Study finds no matter how neglected the child, there’s still hope – at least for prairie voles. 

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Peter Lepage wins prestigious Sakurai Prize in physics

Peter Lepage wins prestigious Sakurai Prize in physics

Physics professor Peter Lepage wins 2016 J.J. Sakurai Prize for Theoretical Particle Physics.

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Faculty in the News

America has never actually welcomed the world’s huddled masses
Washington Post, 11/22/15 
Maria Cristina Garcia (HISTORY, LATINA/O STUDIES)

The physics of non-Newtonian goo could save astronauts' lives
Popular Science, 11/25/15
Itai Cohen (PHYSICS) and grad student Neil Lin

Income inequality makes rich people stingier
BloombergBusiness, 11/20/15 
Kim Weeden (SOCIOLOGY)

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Lecture launches Shoah Foundation archives at Cornell
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How Cornell has changed me
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Cornell Splash! holds day of learning for local youth
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McClane looks at friendship in Phi Beta Kappa lecture
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