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6/10/2016 Graduate Writing Program Offers Peer-focused Support   See more photos from the program's year-end celebration here. By Sally Kral
6/10/2016 Symposium Focuses on Students' Teaching Innovations By Sally Kral On May 16, the fifth annual Classroom Research and Teaching Symposium brought together graduate students and faculty who are interested in applying their research skills to develop more effective teaching practices.
5/16/2016 Cornell Graduate School is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Graduate Student Photo Contest. First Prize: Amy VanNocker, M.P.S. candidate in the field of international agriculture and rural development

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6/28/2016

Jan Low, M.S. '85, Ph. D. '94, an agricultural economist whose work on agriculture and nutrition has improved the health of millions in sub-Saharan Africa, is a 2016 World Food Prize co-laureate.

6/28/2016

Cornell researchers display the ability to control vibration amplitudes of the wonder-material graphene, paving the way for its use in applications such as frequency mixers.

6/28/2016

On 4-H National Youth Science Day Oct. 5, young people nationwide will undertake an interactive engineering design challenge created by Cornell Cooperative Extension and the National 4-H Council.

6/28/2016

Not to be confused with Summer Session, Summer College brings 1,300 high school students from 40 countries taking college-level courses.

6/28/2016

The jury is out in terms of the effectiveness of high-intensity focused ultrasound to create prostate cancer, according to Weill Cornell Medicine researchers.

6/28/2016

Each year $160 billion worth of wasted food ends up in America's landfills. A Cornell economist has received a two-year, $500,000 USDA grant to get consumers and food distributors to squander less.

6/27/2016

The Colman Leadership Program, hosted by the Office of Inclusion and Student Engagement and Diversity Programs in Engineering, offered personal exploration to 26 Ph.D. students in all fields of study June 14-18.

6/27/2016

A team led by Cornell researchers has received a five-year, $2.2 million National Institutes of Health grant to better understand how pathogens that infect bees and other pollinators are spread.

6/27/2016

eHub opened earlier this month in Kennedy Hall and houses the offices of Entrepreneurship at Cornell and Blackstone LaunchPad for use by students, faculty and staff interested in entrepreneurship.

6/27/2016

Cornell researchers use a SIRT6 mutant to identify which of the sirtuin's enzymatic activities contributes to its defatty-acylation, contributing to understanding of the protein's various functions.