Samantha Nadel ’19 recently won the undergraduate poster competition for her research poster presentation at the 75th annual Plains Anthropological Conference in Bismarck, North Dakota.
Lyla June will share her thoughts on Standing Rock and other Native American issues during her lecture on the Cornell College campus on Wednesday, Nov. 8.
By giving $250,000 to Cornell’s science facilities project, Thomas Durham ’77 and the Rev. Martha Hemenway Durham ’78 say they are supporting future scientific advances by Cornellians. “Cornell has contributed many scientists to the nation, especially considering the school’s size. We can contribute even more to that trend of great scientists coming out of Cornell […]
Setsen Altan-Ochir ’15 is one of five science reporters selected to attend the 10th World Conference for Science Journalists with travel fellowships. She will travel from her home country of Mongolia.
Cornell College will host a guest recital by baritone Andrew D. Whitfield and pianist Nicholas Shaneyfelt, Luther College faculty, at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30, in the Ringer Recital Studio, Armstrong Hall. Admission is free and open to the public.
Peter Bryant has done a great deal for Cornell College, from recruiting record-breaking classes as vice president for enrollment, to long-term service on the college’s Board of Trustees. Now he and his wife, JoAnn Bryant, have given $250,000 to support what they believe is the college’s most important initiative—the science facilities project.
Nicholas Bieno ’18 is teaming up with Professor of Engineering Brian Johns to create a virtual reality surgical simulator for a procedure that repairs hip fractures.
Audiences at this production will be given a participation script and the first 100 people through the door will have the opportunity to purchase a prop bag full of throwable and laugh-out-loud items.