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College of Arts and Sciences considers curriculum changes

The College of Arts and Sciences is undertaking a yearlong conversation with students, faculty and staff to reflect on the college's liberal arts mission.

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ISS project to study economics, politics of China urbanization

The Institute for the Social Sciences' newest project, China's Cities: Divisions and Plans, is an interdisciplinary collaborative effort among Cornell social scientists.

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New University Courses tackle love, food justice

The University Courses initiative, which began in 2012, will offer 18 courses this year. The courses delve deeply into topics of interest to students from a broad range of majors.

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Cornell Council for the Arts 2016 Biennial to focus on empathy

The Cornell Concert for the Arts 2016 Biennial will feature artist-in-residence Pepon Osorio and work by faculty and students, focused on creating empathy in contemporary art and culture.

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Doctoral student uncovers birth of inequality on Cyprus

In the ancient ruins of Cyprus, archaeology doctoral student Eilis Monahan hopes to uncover clues about how social inequality might have begun.

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Jonathan Culler chairs New York humanities council

Cornell professor Jonathan Culler was recently elected to chair the board of directors of the New York Council for the Humanities, which supports public humanities programming across New York state.

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Where can I buy a chair like that? – This app will tell you

If you think you have a knack for interior design, or just want to spruce up your own home, a new app developed by Cornell researchers may help you choose furnishings the way professionals do.

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Summer School in Theory holds first session in Shanghai

The inaugural East China Normal University/Cornell Summer School in Theory in Shanghai drew scholars from more than 40 east Asian universities for Cornell faculty-led seminars in art and media.

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12 assistant professors win research grants

Twelve Cornell assistant professors have been awarded research grants by the Affinito-Stewart Grants Program from the President’s Council of Cornell Women to increase long-term retention of women.

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Cornellians to share breaking sociology research in Seattle

More than 45 Cornell scholars will be among the 4,600 sociologists sharing their recent research at the annual American Sociological Association meetings, Aug. 20-23. The research addresses society's most pressing problems.

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