The Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy and the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies will welcome 25 of Africa’s most promising emerging public management leaders for a six-week Leadership Institute sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.
Richard T. Ford, a Stanford University law professor, will lead the event, “Derailed by Diversity: Racial Justice after Affirmative Action,” on Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. in Sage Chapel.
Native speakers often dominate the discussion in multilingual online meetings, but adding an automated participant that periodically interrupts the conversation can help nonnative speakers get a word in edgewise, according to new research at Cornell.
“As a university founded to be a place where “…any person can find instruction…,” we value diversity and inclusion, and we strive to be a welcoming, caring, and equitable community"
From Cornell’s Core Values
The mission of Cornell Botanic Gardens is to share the deep and enduring connections between the rich diversity of the plant world and the equally rich diversity of cultures worldwide.
Join Mar Pérez for a guided, mindfulness weekly meditation on Mondays at 12:15-12:45 pm
Let's Meditate is a free, guided, mindfulness meditation series sponsored by Cornell Health in collaboration with numerous campus partners.
Following Sylvia Wynter’s critique of the category of “Man” and the massive violence required to fortify it, I investigate the role performance plays in rendering racialized bodies legible as human, virtuous, and worthy of salvation.