The Sept. 26 talk was recorded and is now available to view on eCornell.
The cinema's fall schedule includes "Rocky Horror Picture Show," as well as some of the British Film Institute’s top movies of all time.
Rachel Bean, the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor in the Department of Astronomy and senior associate dean for math and science, has been named interim A&S dean.
“Campfire,” an original short film by Associate Professor Austin Bunn, won the Provincetown International Film Festival’s "best queer short" award, making it eligible for an Academy Award nomination.
A&S faculty and students are part "Fertile Grounds,” a community-based play premiered by Ithaca theater organization Civic Ensemble.
This summer, 101 students in the College of Arts and Sciences will take part in groundbreaking research on campus with 61 faculty as part of the Nexus Scholars Program.
Ishika Agrawal is an information science major.
Rayna Klugherz is a history of art and American studies major.
Hal Reed is an information science and history major.
First-year students in the Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity talk about their varied experiences.
Two Arts and Sciences professors are among the 13 Cornell faculty members receiving Community-Engaged Practice and Innovation Awards from the David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement.
Nita Farahany, a scholar who focuses on ethical, legal, and social implications of emerging technologies, will be the featured speaker for an April 12 event hosted by the Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity.
A field experiment investigating how GPT-3 might be used to generate constituent email messages showed that legislators were only slightly less likely to respond to AI-generated messages than human-generated.
Four winners of the competition by the Migrations Global Grand Challenge are affiliated with the College of Arts & Sciences.
The event featured a cello ensemble, a fashion shoot spread and a series of poetry and prose readings.
Milstein Program Short Courses offer students a way to learn the technical skills they crave and create opportunities to socialize across different majors and years.
Originally the brainchild of Milstein student Finley Williams '24, the Milstein Salon became the first student-conceived, student-run Milstein Program event.
Students experienced cryo-electron microscopy as part of a collaboration with Cornell’s Center for Teaching Innovation.
Grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Mellon Foundation will help make humanities research more accessible to scholars and the public.
The film by Jeffrey Palmer and Austin Bunn has been entered into five film festivals; they’ll hear word of acceptance soon.
The program matches undergraduate students with summer opportunities to work side by side with faculty from across the College.
Andrea Stevenson Won, director of Cornell's Virtual Embodiment Lab, will speak about her lab's work with virtual reality at this 11/2 M Studio Talk.
A new group provides female athletes of color at Cornell with a community of women who understand their challenges.
What are students up to with wooden skewers, popsicle sticks, Scotch Tape and a rainbow collage of pipe-cleaners?
Hear from four of the 29 students in the Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity about their summer at Cornell Tech.
Milstein students spent eight weeks this summer wrestling with societal questions about technology's role in our world.
Austin Bunn, associate professor of performing and media arts, has been awarded a New York State Council for the Arts/New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship in screenwriting.
Twenty Milstein Program seniors will graduate this year with degrees in everything from biology to linguistics to computer science to physics.
Abena Gyasi is a Biology & Society and Psychology major.
Milstein students will present poster and media highlighting their projects. This reception is open to the Cornell Community.
Emily Kam '22 is an Information Science Major/Creative Writing Minor and a member of the Milstein Program’s first graduating senior cohort.
Prof. Matthew Wilkens will talk about his work with literary text mining, geolocation extraction, genre detection, and the cross-pollination of critical and social-scientific methods.
The 3-D tour focuses on the building, its foundation, the archaeological excavation underway and a Civil War monument on the church site.
On Cornell’s eighth Giving Day, held March 16, 15,905 alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents and friends from more than 80 countries made gifts totaling a record-breaking $12,268,629.
From a nanoscale “brobot” flexing its muscles to a discussion of the artistry of scientific images, participants at a March 9 event got an up-close look at how quantum science and nanotechnology are shaping our lives.
Milstein students Gloria Cai (‘24), Keyi Ding (‘23), and Noah Watson ('23) contributed to "(Mis)Information on Digital Platforms" article with Cornell Professor Sarah Kreps.
Gifts allow the College to fulfill its mission: preparing students to do the greatest good in the world.
Designer/Technologist/Critic Prof. Csikszentmihalyi (Info Science) spoke about his career as an artist and technologist, dedicated to developing technologies that don't reinforce the status quo. He is the former founder/director of the MIT Center for Future Civic Media and MIT Media Lab's Computing Culture group. He currently teaches "Designing Technology for Social Impact Practicum" (IS 4940)
Prof. Cindy Hsin-Liu Kao, founder and director of Cornell's Hybrid Body Lab spoke with Milstein students Wednesday night about her about her work creating inclusive and diverse designs for emerging soft wearable technologies.
Topics include “Life in the Slash," “Skin Deep: Crafting Tech onto the Body" and "Mining for Meaning: The Novel as Data Set."
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.
Four teams of undergraduate students were named winners of the Big Ideas Competition at Cornell, with ideas that help musicians connect, detect heart problems, train unemployed young adults and help with pollution issues in developing countries.
A $5 million alumni gift will help to support doctoral students in humanities fields within the College of Arts & Sciences.
The program connects undergraduates in A&S with opportunities to work side by side on research with Cornell faculty from across the College.
The Nexus Scholars program will leverage the student-to-faculty ratio and the vibrant research enterprise in A&S to expand opportunities for students, while also enhancing the culture of collaborative scholarship at Cornell.
Following a competitive application process, eLab, Cornell’s student startup accelerator, announced the 20 student teams selected for participation in the 2021-22 cohort.
This fall, the Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) is coordinating a community of practice featuring workshops led by faculty to explore digital storytelling methods
The collaborative nature of innovation was one of the key messages author Steven Johnson delivered during a campus visit Sept. 22, as a guest of the Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity.
“The Whale Listening Project,” which runs Sept. 23-26, is a four-day immersion in the beauty of whale song and a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the best-selling 1970 album, “Songs of the Humpback Whale,” co-produced by pioneering bioacoustics researchers Roger Payne, Ph.D. ’61, and Katy Payne ’59, a retired research associate with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Bioacoustics Research Program.
A multidisciplinary team of Cornell students and faculty and local schoolchildren began an archeological dig Sept. 18 at St. James AME Zion church in Ithaca.