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Cornell Bowers CIS, LinkedIn Host Kickoff Week
On the heels of a multimillion-dollar partnership launched last spring, stakeholders from the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science and LinkedIn convened for...
MPS Alumni Profile: Li ’22 branched out and found her career
When asked during a job interview to describe a time she navigated a team through a challenge, Amber Li ’22 had a good example at the ready, an interpersonal challenge drawn from her first semester...
New recommender system provides fairer search results
Cornell researchers have developed a fairer system for recommending items — whether a hotel, job-seeker, or the next video in the queue — so that a few top hits don’t get all the exposure. ...
Chenchen Lu ’23 debuts Cornell Chimes on TikTok
Even before she applied to Cornell, Chenchen Lu ’23 was drawn to the Cornell Chimes by the large scale of the instrument, which commands the entire Ithaca campus as its audience. Now a...
Nate Foster named Interim Associate Dean for Research
Professor Nate Foster has been appointed the interim associate dean for research for the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science. Foster will fulfill this role while...
Office of DEI awarded Belonging at Cornell innovation grant
The Presidential Advisors on Diversity and Equity (PADE) have awarded three Belonging at Cornell innovation grants for 2022 programming, for projects addressing a range of topics...
Cornell Research: Malte Jung on Building Better Teams with Robots
Malte Jung, associate professor of information science and the Nancy H. ’62 and Philip M. ’62 Young Sesquicentennial Faculty Fellow, has become a trailblazer in the study of humans and machines in...
Novice roboticists find inspiration, community at SoNIC
Hedaya Walter has her eyes on the skies. Her dream is to work for NASA, leveraging her undergraduate studies in electrical and computer engineering to deploy rovers and drones on uncharted planets...
What a user wants: Scroll smarter not longer
If you’ve ever promised yourself “just one more click” before spending hours scrolling social media, you’re not alone. Most online platforms seek to increase the time users spend there...