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Faculty: The next frontier for diversity

When I began teaching, diversity was -- to the extent that it was thought of at all -- something that we did for the underprivileged, because it was "the right thing to do." Read more

Delphine Gourdon with 1870s photo
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How do bicycles balance themselves? ... polo teams' success ... art meets horticulture in Geneva ... making Cornell's "Information Age" facility possible ... Read more


Advancing the pace of inclusion on campus

I still recall the question I was asked during an interview for an article in our college's magazine: "Are you the first African-American dean of engineering?" I had no idea. Read more

From The Publisher

Tommy Bruce

In today's world, and tomorrow's, the most diverse institutions will be the most successful ones. Read more