Microbiome researchers from around the world gather at Cornell
Researchers from over a dozen countries, including Brazil, China, India, Pakistan and South Africa gathered at Cornell for “Our Microbes, Our Global Health."Read more
Scholarship gives Sofia Villacreses ’19 a shot at Cornell
For Sofia Villacreses, who lived in Ecuador until she emigrated to NYC, the plan for college had been modest. But as two years of community college drew to a close, her friends pointed out her potential.Read more
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More than 50 Cornell undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and staff attended the ACM Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing – an opportunity for those who may feel isolated to...Read more about CIS students head to diversity conference as numbers of minorities rise
Enterprise Engineering Colloquium: Jeffrey S. Goldman ’97 M.Eng. ‘98 (P&G) - Building World Class Analytic Organizations
Jeffrey Goldman is Director of Enterprise Data Science, serving as analyst to the CEO and leading P&G’s Global Data Science Organization. In recognition of his sustained analytic contribution to P&G,...Read more about Enterprise Engineering Colloquium: Jeffrey S. Goldman ’97 M.Eng. ‘98 (P&G) - Building World Class Analytic Organizations