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10/7/2015 Students gain voting rights in Graduate School governance Graduate students serving on the General Committee of the Graduate School now have full voting privileges on legislation and policy, the Graduate School has announced. Student members are elected to the General Committee for a two-year term by the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly. The members for 2015-16 are Tiffany St. Bernard, a third-year doctoral student in the field of biomedical engineering, and Anna Waymack, a third-year doctoral student in the field of medieval studies.

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5/5/2016

The Cornell equestrian team is holding a 20th birthday bash for Clifford, one of the team's favorite warmblood horses, May 14. The event is open to the public.

5/5/2016

Fifteen Cornell students received Fulbright U.S. Student Awards to conduct research or teach abroad in 2016-17, according to the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.

5/5/2016

Potato plants boost the chemical defenses in their leaves when Guatemalan tuber moth larvae feed on their tubers, report researchers at the Cornell-affiliated Boyce Thompson Institute.

5/4/2016

Cornell programs are helping veterans transition from soldier to farmer by providing knowledge and resources to facilitate entry into agribusiness.

5/4/2016

Meeting weekly this semester for the Astronomy 6500 seminar, Cornell undergraduate and graduate students are conducting research – with six other universities – to help NASA find a landing site for the Mars 2020 mission.

5/4/2016

Volunteers are needed to help with Senior Convocation, Saturday, May 28, and Commencement, Sunday, May 29.

5/4/2016

Having a positive attitude could be evolutionarily advantageous, according to Cornell researchers who simulated generations of evolution in a computational model.

5/4/2016

Cornell's Saul Teukolsky and Lawrence Kidder have earned a share in the Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics – a $3 million award - for their work on gravitational waves.

5/4/2016

Katja C. Nowack, Cornell assistant professor of physics in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been selected by the Department of Energy to receive significant funding for research over five years.

5/4/2016

Two Cornell researchers were elected as new members of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) May 3.