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🐻 Thank you for attending TCAM Fall 2022! Check out some of the recorded sessions below. Pictures from the weekend can be found here.
Vice President for Student and Campus Life (SCL), Ryan Lombardi, joins SCL administrators and student leaders to discuss Community Building at Cornell. From newly enhanced first and second-year student experiences, growth in diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging support, becoming a Health Promoting Campus, and more, hear how SCL works to meet the ever-changing needs of our students.
Tune into this year’s important update with President Martha E. Pollack
We are living in a time of both urgent challenges and amazing opportunities. Advances in computing and information technologies impact virtually every area of academic inquiry and every aspect of human life. Cornell researchers are at the cutting edge of developing technologies to transform our society, and studying and understanding the societal and human impact of these technologies to create a more equitable and sustainable future for all.
Kavita Bala, Dean of the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science and lead dean for the Cornell Radical Collaboration Initiative in Artificial Intelligence, will highlight the educational opportunities and societal challenges that Cornell Bowers CIS is embracing. She will also offer insight into how the AI initiative is advancing Cornell’s leadership in an increasingly AI-enabled world.
As digital currency and blockchain technology gain traction, they also create greater potential to transform the future. Join us for a conversation with experts from the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science, the College of Arts & Sciences, and the Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy, who will discuss how the digital revolution is transforming the way society makes payments, trades, and builds wealth. You’ll also discover how financial technology innovations will impact everyday transactions, improve access, and explore policy implications.
The College of Veterinary Medicine is a hub for biomedical research, clinical education and care, and One Health initiatives that impact the well-being of animals and humans worldwide. The College’s work strives to understand health and disease across species to improve diagnostics, treatment, and potential cures as well as mitigate negative effects on animals, humans, and the planet. Together, five Animal Health Centers form a powerful consortium focused on meeting the always-evolving challenges in both animal and human health.
The Cornell Mui Ho Center for Cities transfers knowledge to action to build more equitable and sustainable cities today and in the future. The center connects our creative, design, and analytical capacities to produce new action-oriented research and innovation that have the power to scale and transform cities.
The Urban Tech Hub of the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech is a new academic center in New York City that generates applied research, fosters an expanding tech ecosystem, and cultivates the next generation of leaders in urban technology. Our goal is to shape the field of urban tech with a human-centered approach that focuses first on the people that use the technology, advancing technology research and education to build a better world by increasing access and opportunity within the tech sector.