Highlights from Announcements 10/3/22
First-Year Research Students and Responsible Conduct of Research
Every graduate student pursuing a research degree (master’s or doctoral) is required to complete training on Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR), addressing issues of authorship, peer review, plagiarism, and research misconduct.
Students must complete online training through Cornell’s Office of Research Integrity and Assurance (ORIA) before the end of the second registered semester. Be proactive and complete the training now.
English Language Proficiency Requirement Guidelines Revised
The Graduate School and the Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) are pleased to announce their recent collaborative update of the English Language Proficiency Requirement guidelines for international graduate student admissions and…
New Postdoctoral Research Program is Now Accepting Applications
A new postdoctoral fellowship program at Cornell will support collaborative research by recent Ph.D. graduates as well as efforts to enhance diversity in the recipients’ fields of study. The Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation is now…
Angela Nankabirwa is a doctoral student in ecology and evolutionary biology from Kampala, Uganda. She studies harmful algal blooms and their impacts on fisheries. Nankabirwa is a recipient of the 2022 Africa Fund Fellowship.