Featured News

Photo of a woman experiencing a virtual reality simulation in the inclusion lounge as part of the "Check Your Blindspots" mobile bus tour.

Diversity awareness bus highlights lived experiences

Students, staff and faculty learned about the nuances of unconscious bias when an educational bus came to campus Sept. 16. The Check Your Blind Spots bus, an initiative of … Read More About Diversity awareness bus highlights lived experiences

Image of participants engaging in interactive experiences on the “Check Your Blind Spots” bus tour include a phone bank, “Wake Up Call: Listen to Someone Else’s Reality.”

Bus exhibit offers exercises in recognizing unconscious bias

A traveling interactive exhibit designed to help community members explore the nuances of unconscious bias is coming to campus Monday, Sept. 16. The Check Your Blind Spots bus comes to Cornell Sept. 16, with learning experiences geared to mitigating… Read More About Bus exhibit offers exercises in recognizing unconscious bias

Image of student coming up the stairs with student leader by their side.

Cornell welcomes talented Class of 2023

The 3,218 first-year students arriving on campus Aug. 23-24 bring a diversity of experiences, backgrounds and accomplishments to Cornell. The Class of 2023 includes researchers and entrepreneurs, athletes and musicians, app creators and dairy… Read More About Cornell welcomes talented Class of 2023

Image of three student participants in the Warrior-Scholar Project 2019

Warrior-Scholar Project helps veterans adapt to demands of the classroom

Thirteen students came to campus July 20-28 for The Warrior-Scholar Project (WSP), an immersive college preparation experience for current and former enlisted service members. The academic boot camp has… Read More About Warrior-Scholar Project helps veterans adapt to demands of the classroom

Events

Unturned Leaves: Early Women in Botanical Illustration

Mann Library, Mann Lobby and Top Shelf Gallery

Until only recently, science has generally been associated with the work of men, and its leading figures have generally been those endowed with the means to acquire an education and the time to…

All Labor Has Dignity: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Labor Movement

Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation & Archives, Catherwood Library Lobby

The exhibit All Labor Has Dignity: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Labor Movement will be displayed at the Kheel Center’s lobby in Ives Hall at the ILR School for Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2019.…

"Intended and unintended consequences of the peace agreement," by Juan F. Vargas, LASP Seminar Series

Stimson Hall, G01

Juan will talk about his study of the intended and unintended consequences of the recent Colombian Peace Agreement between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC) guerrilla.…

“Being Muslim and Female in Burma: Two Perspectives,” by Dr. Thet Su Htwe and Kyaw Thein, CMS Seminar Series

Morrill Hall, 404

Dr. Thet Su Htwe and Thaw Thein are two activists involved with women's issues in Burma, now called Myanmar. They are important voices in trying to build civil society in that country, which is…