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Read the full story by Syl Kacapyr in the Cornell Chronicle. A newly endowed professorship at Cornell, made possible with a multimillion-dollar gift from George Stephen Irwin ’67, M.Eng. ’68, is dedicated to engineering education research. The gift establishes the Dr. G. Stephen Irwin ’67, ’68 Professorship in Engineering Education Research in the Smith School … Read the full story
Dr. Pamela Brown ’73 establishes an affordability scholarship to honor two Human Ecology professors—Professors Marjorie Devine and Jerry Rivers.
Professor Steven Strogatz relishes the challenge of making math more palatable to everyone. Much like Music 101 or Art 101, he envisions Math 101—a broadly engaging approach to share the value of mathematical thinking with every person.
Professor Saurabh Mehta works to deliver game-changing science and technologies over the ‘last mile’ to end users. He does this both by advising guideline-setting agencies and by serving community members directly.
Professor Jessica Chen Weiss is often asked to share her deep knowledge of China with stakeholders at the highest echelons of the public and private sectors—including government, business, the media, and academia.
Launched in fiscal year 2023, this optional, university-wide program makes the cost of educational materials more predictable for students and families.
Cornell grads representing class years across seven decades establish new scholarships, bolstering Cornell’s Undergraduate Affordability Initiative.
Kathy Delsanter ’63, MS ’65 is among more than 50 Cornell alumni—representing class years that span seven decades—who established or significantly enhanced new affordability scholarships in fiscal year 2023.
The College of Human Ecology has received a $10 million commitment from Joan Klein Jacobs ’54 and Irwin M. Jacobs ’54, BEE ’56 to support the college’s new Center for Precision Nutrition and Health.
Michael A. Bonarti ’87 and Judith Germano '91 are among more than 50 Cornell alumni—representing class years that span seven decades—who established or significantly enhanced new affordability scholarships in fiscal year 2023.