A $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation will fund research on how big data and tech innovations affect organizational relationships on dairy farms and in the dairy industry.
A Cornell-led group of researchers has developed an online search method that employs natural language processing to identify terms that are semantically similar to those for cancer screening tests, but in colloquial language.
Members of Cornell’s Action Research Collaborative joined representatives from New York City agencies at a symposium Aug. 11 to discuss innovative new solutions aimed at dismantling the systemic racism that has led to inequities around food...
Fall 2022 COMMColloquium
2pm to 3pm in 102 Mann unless otherwise noted
- Friday, November 4: Mandy Purington Drake
- Friday, November 18: Bomi Kim
- Friday, December 2: Kwanho Kim
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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.