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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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5/24/2016

Hector will be a member of the executive vice president's senior team, developing and monitoring university financial policy and overseeing a division of more than 150 employees. He will join Cornell Aug. 1.

5/24/2016

Genetically mutated cancer cells grow may help explain why patients with a common form of leukemia develop treatment resistance, according to new Weill Cornell Medicine research.

5/24/2016

Unique connections in the adolescent brain make it possible to easily diminish fear memories and avoid anxiety later in life, according to a new study by Weill Cornell Medicine researchers.

5/24/2016

Farm Ops, an initiative from the Cornell Small Farm Program, is the first of its kind in the country to give returning veterans the opportunity to learn agriculture via their G.I. Bill benefits.

5/23/2016

A survey of the national Physician Quality Reporting System that assesses the quality of patient care is more comprehensive than earlier iterations, but there is still room for improvement.

5/23/2016

A new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), Sharks! Global Biodiversity, Biology, and Conservation, will be launched during the annual Discovery Channel Shark Week (June 26 - July 3).

5/23/2016

Cornell’s 148th Commencement Weekend highlights include the Senior Convocation address by actor James Franco, Saturday, May 28, and the Commencement address by Cornell Provost Michael Kotlikoff, Sunday, May 29.

5/23/2016

By computer-generating strings of characters, hackers can discover short Web addresses and mine them for private information.

5/23/2016

Cornell faculty are engaged in the creation of contemporary art as well as in its study and curation. Contemporary art mediums are limited only by the artist’s imagination.

5/23/2016

William Pardee, a seed expert who led plant breeding efforts at Cornell during the pivotal era when biotechnology transformed the field, died May 1 in Ithaca. He was 86.