4 Simple Steps to Stay Self-Aware, Even During the Craziest Day Ever. After conducting an in-depth study of seventy-two high-performing CEOs, Cornell University researchers reached a surprising conclusion. The key predictor of success for leaders wasn’t grit, focus, education, decision-making skills, a knack for strategic planning, or even IQ. Show More Summary
By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Cyrus Morrison, currently a sophomore at University of California, Berkeley, has committed to Cornell University and plans to transfer back to Ithaca for the spring 2018 semester. He will join Cornell’s class of 2020. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Sprinter Cyrus Morrison Commits to Cornell as a Spring Transfer from Cal
(Steven Hayward) People versed in the campus upheavals of the 1960s will recall its nadir at Cornell University in 1969, when black students armed with shotguns occupied the president’s office, and issued demands to which the university largely capitulated. Show More Summary
By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Matt Hales, a mid-distance and distance freestyler from Laguna Hills High School and Mission Viejo Nadadores, has verbally committed to the application process at Cornell University. Read the full story on SwimSwam: SoCal Freestyler Matt Hales Adds His Verbal Commitment to Cornell’s Class of 2022
By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam San Diego, California’s Jordan Blitz has announced that he has made a verbal commitment to the application process at Cornell University. Read the full story on SwimSwam: 9x CIF-SDS D1 Champ Jordan Blitz Gives Verbal Commitment to Cornell
Cornell University's McGraw Tower is 137 feet tall. It's visible for miles, and most days, its 21 chimes ring out morning, afternoon, and evening. It's a campus touchstone, one that community members use to meet up with friends, give...Show More Summary
(Weill Cornell Medicine) Menopause causes metabolic changes in the brain that may increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease, a team from Weill Cornell Medicine and the University of Arizona Health Sciences has shown in new research.
(Cornell University) Certain proteins in the influenza virus remain constant year after year. Cornell University researchers are taking one of those conserved proteins, Matrix-2 (M2), and packaging it in a nanoscale, controlled-release 'capsule' in an attempt to create a quick-acting, long-lasting, multi-strain vaccine against pandemic influenza A.
Getting a flu shot is an unpleasant annual routine for many people, but the virus' tendency to constantly evolve makes it a necessity. Now researchers from Cornell University have developed a new vaccine that acts faster, lasts longer...Show More Summary
Certain proteins in the influenza virus remain constant year after year. Researchers at Cornell University are taking one of those conserved proteins, Matrix-2 (M2), and packaging it in a nanoscale, controlled-release "capsule" in an attempt to create a quick-acting, long-lasting, multi-strain vaccine against pandemic influenza A.
On October 8, 1997, Cornell University students noticed a pumpkin impaled on top of the McGraw Tower spire. That's 173 feet up! How did it get up there? They couldn't get it down, so the pumpkin stayed there for 158 days. The stunt made national news, and its continued existence was watched by everyone on campus. Show More Summary
By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Emma Cornell, from Grand Ledge High School and Mid-Michigan Aquatics; has given a verbal commitment to Saginaw Valley State University for 2018-19. Read the full story on SwimSwam: MMA’s Emma Cornell Hands Verbal to In-state SVSU Cardinals
As part of a national speaking tour that has already landed at Harvard, Columbia, and Cornell universities, Hanh Nguyen of peta2, PETA’s youth division, will present a lecture at... The post UNT Event to Tackle the Ethics of Using Animals appeared first on PETA.
As part of a national speaking tour that has already landed at Harvard, Columbia, and Cornell universities, Hanh Nguyen of peta2, PETA’s youth division, will present a lecture at... The post Texas Tech Event to Tackle the Ethics of Using Animals appeared first on PETA.
(Cornell University) When rampant white-tailed deer graze in forests, they prefer to eat native plants over certain unpalatable invasive plants, such as garlic mustard and Japanese stiltgrass. These eating habits lower native plant diversity and abundance, while increasing the proportion of plant communities made up of non-native species, according to a new study.
Ivy League football is coming to Twitter. The social network reached an agreement with Eleven Sports to livestream seven Ivy League college football games in October and November, kicking off with Cornell University's visit to Harvard University Saturday. The games will be available to logged-in and logged-out Twitter users globally via @ElevenSportsUSA, and the schedule...
I meant to comment on this situation last week.I put this video from Anthony Bryan Logan because of the extensive background information that he has provided.Constructive Feedback University, HOWEVER, points to the larger challenge at...Show More Summary
(Cornell University) A new test allows accurate, rapid testing for Salmonella, a bacteria that is one of the leading causes of food-borne illness across all regions of the world.
The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University presents Lines of Inquiry: Learning from Rembrandt?s Etchings, on view from September 23 to December 17, 2017. Jointly organized by the Johnson with the Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College, the exhibition was cocurated by Andrew C. Show More Summary
• Job openings at tech giants like Facebook, Google, and Microsoft are competitive. • Author and Cornell University graduate Parth Detroja managed to land a product manager role at Facebook straight out of college. • He shared his tips...Show More Summary