Ethical Perspectives on the News aired a new episode called “Making Good on Our Promises,” featuring Visiting Assistant Professor of Politics Chris Kromphardt and Professor of Computer Science Leon Tabak on Sunday, Jan. 13.
Michael Bellito ’72 and Mike Conklin ’69 both wrote fiction books that include pieces of Cornell College woven throughout the pages of their stories.
After graduating from Cornell, Elizabeth Evans ’75 started graduate school at the University of Iowa, where she received her masters of fine arts (M.F.A.) from the Writers Workshop. Today, she’s a fiction writer who has published six books: “As Good As Dead,” “Rowing in Eden,” “Carter Clay,” “The Blue Hour,” “Suicide’s Girlfriend,” and “Locomotion.”
Brett Janis ’14 has a superpower—research skills that may just alter biological medicine as we know it. Imagine if human blood did not need to be refrigerated and could be provided anywhere there is a need—the front lines of the battlefield, clinics in the least-developed countries, or long-distance spaceflights.
Two of Cornell’s faculty members explored how a learning theory could be the missing piece to understanding how women advanced Enlightenment thought.
Cornell College’s Julian Wilson ’20 unexpectedly checked off a running milestone while traveling with his class in Greece for a classical studies course.