J.R. Byers ’14 was awarded the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Continuing Scholar Graduate Award to pursue a master’s degree in Russia.
Cornell College has won three Awards of Excellence from the University and College Designers Association for the design of admission recruiting material.
The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University has selected Ben Miller ’86 to be a Radcliffe Institute fellow for the 2014–2015 academic year.
Jacob Fields ’14 won the Student Leadership Award from the Iowa Campus Compact for his work with education and cancer research fundraising.
Cornell College has dedicated the writing studio to Madgetta Thornton Dungy ’64, the first African American female to graduate from Cornell.
Each year Cornell College recognizes student achievement with an awards celebration. Dozens of students were honored at this year’s ceremony.
Emily Wenger, a Cornell College senior double-majoring in English and creative writing and theatre, has earned a Fulbright Award and will spend 9 months in Turkey.
For the fourth time in five years a Cornell College Mock Trial squad won a place in the national tournament during the Opening Round Championship Tournament March 14-16 in St. Louis.
Cornell College ranked third among national liberal arts colleges in a U.S. News list of most efficient highly ranked schools. According to the U.S. News calculations, Cornell is among the institutions that “are doing a very good job at producing a top ranking for academic quality while carefully spending their available financial resources.” “At Cornell we take […]
A short story by Laura Farmer, director of the writing studio at Cornell College, has been featured in the Huffington Post alongside short stories by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Joyce Carol Oates, and others as one of the “12 Weirdest Stories of Christmas.”