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Jeanie Aird, a Ph.D. student in the Sibley School has been selected as one of only six 2020 Rudd Mayer Fellowship and Wind at Our Backs recipients. This fellowship from Women of Renewable Energy and... Read more
2020 marks the eleventh year that members of Cornell’s CBE Women group have hosted their Women’s Outreach in Materials, Energy, and Nanobiotechnology (WOMEN) event. But it almost didn’t happen. The... Read more
Jonathan Brewer Ph.D. ‘81 recently gifted a set of microscopes to the Cornell Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences to be used for undergraduate instruction. The microscopes were given in honor... Read more
As a young child, Carolina Bieri '16 was afraid of thunderstorms, as many children are. Her mother encouraged her to learn more about the weather, hoping it would quell her fears. Bieri began reading... Read more
Hazel Rivera-Rosario, a Ph.D. student in the Sibley School, was inspired to pursue an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering after participating in a robotics group growing up. After receiving... Read more