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New York Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado answers questions and offers life advice in a session for students moderated by Julie Suarez, associate dean for land-grant affairs, right.

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NY Lt. Gov. tour highlights sustainability, equity

New York Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado engaged with students and faculty on topics ranging from biological engineering to nutrition to 4-H programs during his first tour of the Ithaca campus on Feb. 2.

  • Department of Communication
  • Nutritional Sciences
  • Biology

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Native speakers often dominate the discussion in multilingual online meetings, but adding an automated participant that periodically interrupts the conversation can help nonnative speakers get a word in edgewise, according to new research at...

  • Department of Communication
  • Communication

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The funding will support preliminary disease-related research, in the latest in a series of efforts to create new opportunities for interdisciplinary research.

  • Department of Communication
  • Molecular Biology and Genetics
  • Nutritional Sciences

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A Cornell research team identified barriers to immigrants’ use of online resources that could help them access health and legal benefits, and recommended solutions they incorporated into a new website, Rights for Health.

  • Department of Communication
  • Communication

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Researchers from the Department of Communication state that at the current rate of diversification, U.S. colleges and universities will never achieve racial parity that’s on par with the rest of the country, but that steps can be taken to make...

  • Department of Communication

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The Department of Communication newsletter, COMMconnect, publishes department events, as well as faculty, staff, students', and Advisory Board accomplishments. To subscribe to the newsletter, send your email address to Kelli Carr.

History of the Department of Communication

The History of the Department of Communication, compiled by William B. Ward, details the department's history from 1874, when Cornell offered the first university-level journalism course, to 2000, with faculty and staff who are still part of the department today. The book is up for digital download (links to the right), and there are physical copies available in the department.