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Southern Tier $500M award a boon for agriculture, region

Dec 10, 2015
The Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Council has won $500 million over the next five years in New York's Upstate Revitalization Initiative. Cornell will be involved in about $100 million worth of key projects funded by the grant. Read more

Soil scientist Nyle Brady dies at 95

Dec 2, 2015
Nyle Brady, a professor and leader in soil science, died Nov. 24 in Colorado at age 95. He joined Cornell in 1947 and held leadership roles in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Read more

Groups that eat together perform better together

Nov 19, 2015
In research that could have implications in the business world, experts found that firefighter platoons who eat meals together have better group job performance compared to firefighters who dine solo. Read more

Cornell Rewind: A secular School for Missionaries

Nov 18, 2015
From its founding Cornell has been a secular institution, but when the university offered the School for Missionaries from 1930 to 1964 – a four-week course for missionaries on furlough – it became instantly popular. Read more