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8/18/2014 Archer Lynden Archer, the William C. Hooey Director and Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, has received the 2014 Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum (NSEF) Award from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE).
8/14/2014   Loeckenhoff Corinna Loeckenhoff, associate professor of human development, is the 2014 recipient of the Margret M. and Paul B.
8/13/2014 By Bill Steele A smartphone app to assist people with bipolar disorder, conceived by Cornell researchers, has won the prestigious $100,000 Heritage Open mHealth Challenge.

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10/29/2014

When he learned that Running to Places, an Ithaca youth theater company, was staging “Fame,” founding cast member Joel Malina offered to join them for some rehearsals and to share his experiences with the cast.

10/29/2014

Presenting his last annual address to staff, President David Skorton focused on the importance of staff members to an organization's strength and stability, and thanked Cornell staff for their welcoming spirit and honesty.

10/29/2014

With Cornell's four new MOOCs for spring 2015, students from all over the world can survey global hospitality management, tour technology inside your smart phone, fix ecologically broken places and explore eating from an ethical perspective.

10/29/2014

Restaurant entrepreneur Jeff Zalaznick '05 returned to campus Oct. 23 to offer career guidance to College of Arts and Sciences student.

10/28/2014

Following a campus screening of the documentary film "Farmland," panelists discussed the future of farming Oct. 27.

10/28/2014

In his new book, "The Art of Social Theory,” sociologist Richard Swedberg proposes new approaches to creative theorizing.

10/28/2014

Former Cornell anti-Vietman War activists return to campus Nov. 10-11 as part of the College of Arts and Sciences’ celebration of the university’s sesquicentennial.

10/27/2014

The five-year, $2.29 million grant supports “exceptionally creative new investigators who propose highly innovative projects that have the potential for unusually high biomedical impact."

10/27/2014

The five-year, $875,000 award has gone to 18 of the nation’s most innovative early-career scientists and engineers.

10/27/2014

At a community conversation led by professor Jonathan Boyarin Oct. 22, Ithacans gathered to discuss the premiere of the documentary "Blue Tattoo."