Gabby Ferro ’18 did it all—theatre, sports, student organizations, and work—all thanks to One Course At A Time. Having the option to juggle a variety of activities was one of her main reasons for choosing Cornell.
Tessa McEarchern ’19, Connor Smith ’19, and Dani Grandinetti ’21 were interviewed by the Mount Vernon-Lisbon Sun about their work to preserve history.
Cornell College Professor of Chemistry Craig Teague can now add “book editor” to his list of accomplishments as his book “Engaging Students in Physical Chemistry” is released.
Cornell College pianist Huong “Giselle” Nguyen ’20 won the prize for Best Performance of the National Heritage Selection at the New York Piano Festival and Competition.
Cornell College’s work to rethink and reform the core education curriculum just received financial support through a second Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant for $200,000.