Dozens of students in eight different courses will spend Block 6 off campus, going as far afield as the Bahamas, Belize, Rome, and New Zealand.
Cornell College will host the U.S. National Library of Medicine exhibit “‘And there’s the humor of it': Shakespeare and the four humors” from Jan. 19 through Feb. 28 in Cole Library with a presentation on Jan. 29.
Sam Kean, a best-selling science author, will speak about neuroscience and his latest book, “The Dueling Neurosurgeons,” at 11:15 a.m. on Jan. 28 at Cornell College.
Lydia Meece, a senior at Cornell College, took part in an internship in Peru with two organizations dedicated to clowning and public health.
David Yamaguchi co-authored a paper published in the journal Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences after a summer Cornell Fellowship at the University of Iowa’s department of biochemistry.
Biology Professor and neuroscientist Barbara Christie-Pope explains why one thing at a time—and One Course At A Time—is the best bet.
Tammy Mildenstein, a newly-hired professor of biology, planned the first-ever survey of Mariana fruit bats this summer.
Biology Professor Marty Condon’s research into the genetics of tropical flies includes numerous students, and several alumni, who have traveled with her to the tropics. Twice her findings have appeared in Science.
Hayden Howard ’14 is committed to public health policy with a job offer from an occupational healthcare company, an application to a Master’s of Public Health program, and interviews for positions that would deal directly with public health issues.
Marty Condon, professor of biology at Cornell College, has studied flies in the tropics for years. In a paper published in Science this week, she reports evidence that there is more to a fly’s ecological niche than where it lives and what it eats—you have to look at what eats the fly, as well.