Marcie Farwell becomes the inaugural Gordon and Marjorie Osborne Textile Industry Curator.
PolliNation exhibit conveys scientific facts while prompting questions and conversations through art.
The first-ever Cornell diploma and other rare artifacts are on display at Cornell Commences exhibit.
With historical materials from Cornell University Library’s Kheel Center for Labor-Management and Archives, the Museum of the City of New York (MCNY) opens the exhibit City of Workers, City of Struggle: How Labor Movements Changed New York on May 1.
Fine Arts Library (FAL) materials in Annex unavailable May 20–August 5, and B56 Sibley Hall (the temporary FAL location) last day July 26
Cornell University Library honored its most dedicated student workers with the Fuerst Award at an April 16 ceremony attended by their cheering mentors and supervisors.
Cornell University librarians go the distance to share knowledge that makes a difference—and, in January and February, two of them traveled to Africa to help researchers advance food security and legal scholarship.
In their book, Achieving Beulah Land: The Long Struggle for Suffrage in Tompkins County, New York, Carol Kammen and Elaine Engst, MA ’72, gather historical images, first-person accounts and other artifacts that provide insights into the national struggle for women’s right to vote in the U.S.
Digitization efforts of Cornell University Library and the research of a Cuban-American historian bring attention to an unpublished masterpiece from the 1800s.
To build lasting collections for teaching and scholarship, Cornell University Library’s digitization grants program invites proposals from A&S faculty and grads.
To jump-start the careers of graduate students and postdocs, Cornell University Library held a free workshop, “Research from Start to Publish,” Jan. 7–8.
A gathering honors arXiv’s 17 years with Cornell University Library and looks ahead to its future with Computing and Information Science.
Academic publishing is a $25 billion-a-year industry dominated by a handful of publishers with unfair business practices, claimed Paywall. Director Jason Schmitt screened his exposé at Cornell Cinema.
Bobbito Garcia shares his life story and pays homage to the people and places that defined his career.
Woman Suffrage at Cornell is launched on Election Day 2018.
Grads and post-docs deliver their “elevator” pitches at this yearly event.
Gömböc 1865, a gift from its co-inventor, finds its home at Cornell.
Elisabeth Boas and Art Spitzer—both from the Class of ’71—pay homage to a beloved professor.
Conversing with counterparts in Herat, Afghanistan, a small group of Cornell leaders and students discuss how to empower women in STEM .
“What better way to mark this momentous anniversary than through a dynamic exchange of ideas that honors and continues the spirit of the Wason Collection,” said Gerald R. Beasley, the Carl A. Kroch University Librarian, during his welcome speech.
How do you write a sound? A new library exhibit explores the criss-crossings of acoustic and writing technologies.
Faculty and graduate students collaborate with Cornell University Library’s curators and digitization experts to create online collections.
Students can now request for the Library to buy textbooks and make them available for short-term borrowing (typically two hours) if the textbooks are not already available on course reserves.
Comprising 380 boxes of records, photographs, correspondence and more, the 63 newly processed railroad collections support research in the ILR School and beyond.
The books are in several languages, including Hebrew, Yiddish, Aramaic, Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) and Judeo-Persian.
The typewriters will allow Cornellians to connect with each other and the past.
The Fuerst prize, named for William F. Fuerst, Jr. ’39, is awarded annually to students on the basis of their exceptional performance, initiative and service to the library.
The Cornell University Geospatial Information Repository, known as CUGIR, now includes a powerful new search tool, making it easier for users to find and download a wide variety of geospatial data.
Cornellians can find out how to make their personal data more secure, or learn more about how companies are tracking their online habits and physical movements, during the Digital CoLab’s new drop-in hour.
The winning entry depicts “how Cornell equips students with education in various fields of studies, and provides access to the latest technologies.”
Users can have spontaneous conversations with people through the portal, and classes can reserve and use the portals for projects or assignments for global learning.
The goal of the Global Online Access to Legal Information program is strengthening the rule of law, evidence-based research, healthcare, policymaking and global justice in developing countries by providing access to free or low cost legal information.
Among the tools and software available in the makerspace are soldering kits, sewing machines, mini-computing kits, hand tools, large-format printing on materials such as fabric or vinyl, and video and audio editing equipment.
The goal of the program is to build enduring digital collections in support of scholarship and teaching in Arts and Sciences.
“We value our partnership with Ithaca College, and look forward to welcoming the Ithaca College community,” said Wendy Wilcox, Cornell access services librarian.
The Mui Ho Fine Arts Library will feature three dense stack levels providing shelving for approximately 125,000 volumes, a generous reading area, spaces for group and individual study on the main library level and office space on the side of the building near Milstein Hall.