Facing floods, non-white homeowners prepare, protect property
In flood-prone New York, non-white homeowners are more likely to take active measures – like protecting a furnace or installing a sump pump – to prepare for deluge, says Cornell research.
Lead NY is for committed leaders in the food, agriculture and natural resource sectors who wish to step up and make a difference in their community. In this article, Renee Ciardi, (NYFB - LeadNY Class 18), reflects on a LeadNY alumni trip, where...
The program seeks to nurture the careers of Cornell’s most promising faculty members in the social sciences by providing time and space for high-impact social scientific scholarship.
One of Global Development’s fundamental principles is helping students gain an in-the-field experience through an engaged learning practicum. Engaged learning is experiential, community-centered and anchored in reflection. Undergraduates are...
Streets and neighborhoods that are friendlier to walkers and bikers increase physical activity but have limited benefit outside urban centers, Cornell research finds.