With data and curiosity, one Cornell professor and his research student are right on target to discover something new for their Cornell Summer Research Institute project.
The summer of 2017 marked the first year of the Cornell College Summer Dance Institute. The Cedar Rapids Gazette visited with students and dance instructors for a story that was published on June 30, 2017.
Gio Rivera ’17 helped form the Cornell College improv group The Freelance Cosmonauts his sophomore year. After graduation he’ll be heading back to Chicago to pursue a career in improv.
Although John Smith ’71 was not focused on the sciences as a Cornell College student, he is one of the strongest proponents of the college’s Greater > Than campaign science facilities project.
Choice magazine has recognized Professor of History Catherine Stewart’s book “Long Past Slavery: Representing Race in the Federal Writers’ Project” as an “Outstanding Academic Title” of 2016.
Eric Daubach ’17 is preparing for his MCAT and applying to medical schools this summer. He credits Cornell College’s One Course At A Time curriculum with helping him prepare for the rigor of medical school.
Elisabeth Sage & Professor Melinda Green are analyzing data and looking at an online prevention project for women struggling with disordered eating.
Professor of Politics Hans Hassell and Zach Stoll ’18 are working together on their Cornell Summer Research Institute project about political coverage in the news.