Five Cornell College professors have been awarded a total of $32,250 in grants to create and use Open Educational Resources (OER) in upcoming classes.
Antibiotic resistance is a global threat that scientists are working to combat, and six CSRI students are playing their part in the battle.
John Gilliland ’89 packed ambition and a detailed life plan in his suitcase when he arrived at Cornell College as a first-year student. It didn’t matter to him what major he graduated with, just that he prepared himself to be ready for law school. Little did he know what would come his way and how […]
Choosing an M.F.A. program is important for your future success. We asked students and faculty in Cornell’s program for tips about what you should consider.
Visiting Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing Katie Sagal takes her class on an exploration of gender expression in her course Queering the Restoration.
In just one block Cornell College Environmental Biology students have created a plan to reduce the campus’s impact on the environment.
Senior Camille La’akea Wong will be singing and dancing her way through the summer after getting cast in a New York production.
King Chapel is closed for the foreseeable future as structural engineers and specialized contractors work on repairs to the building following the Aug. 10 derecho.
Cornell College is planning to resume holding the majority of its courses and operations in person for the 2021-22 academic year.