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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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9/27/2016

Cornell researchers report a new method for imaging a lipid with many functions, which could solve the mystery of how it plays so many roles.

9/27/2016

The Upstate New York Alliance for Entrepreneurial Innovation has been awarded $4.2 million from the National Science Foundation to lead entrepreneurship and commercialization support programs.

9/27/2016

For the average person, the time before the start of the holiday season is the low point in an annual weight gain pattern that peaks during the holidays and takes nearly half a year to fully shed.

9/27/2016

Cornell's laboratories have jumped into the water-saving pool, as building managers and campus wet lab technicians face the drought.

9/27/2016

At the Sept. 26 meeting of the GPSA, Interim President Hunter Rawlings talked about the decrease in student health plan rates for dependents, an increase in child care grants and progress on a new housing community.

9/27/2016

A plaque commemorating the original home of Cornell's Africana Studies and Research Center at 320 Wait Ave., destroyed by fire in 1970, was unveiled Sept. 24 following a dedication ceremony.

9/26/2016

'Heaven, Hell, and Everything in Between: Murals of the Colonial Andes' by Ananda Cohen Suarez examines Peruvian church wall paintings of the 16th through the early 19th centuries

9/26/2016

Alane Suhr, a first-year doctoral student in the field of computer science, has received one of 10 Microsoft Research Women’s Fellowships awarded this year.

9/26/2016

Consumer interest in hard cider in North America has surged and Cornell research is revealing ways apples grown with specific orchard management practices can produce more desirable hard cider.

9/26/2016

A collaboration of scientists, led by physics professor Ritchie Patterson, aims to increase the intensity of beams of charged particles while lowering the cost of key accelerator technologies.