Green is the new normal: faculty talk about teaching in fall 2020

Over the past ten months, Cornell faculty have been working to adjust and adapt to the new normal. Faculty have had to quickly master new technologies and new modes of instruction as they’ve transitioned from whiteboards to online polls. They’ve had to think through questions of equity and inclusion, as they attempt to balance the … Read more

Scholarship challenge gathers strong support

Cornellians of all stripes are showing their support for the recently launched endowed scholarship challenge, designating their scholarships to different areas of Cornell they care about the most. With the goal of creating up to 100 new endowed scholarships for aid-eligible undergraduates, professional school students, and graduate students on the Ithaca campus and at Cornell … Read more

150 words: Joy Kuebler ’97

Joy Kuebler’s landscape architecture office, located behind her home near Buffalo, looks like a garage. Inside, however, there are no cars or tools, but instead a modern design studio: vaulted ceilings, Italian lighting, bamboo floors. The studio’s roof, covered in grasses and other plants, was the first “green” roof in western New York. Here, Joy … Read more