Motion of the Ocean Prof. Bruce Monger thinks that he has “the best job in the world.” Monger teaches BIOEE 1540: Introductory Oceanography, one of the largest classes at Cornell with over 1,000... Read more about Inside Two of Cornell’s Biggest Classes: Wines and Oceanography
DeGaetano paper named ASHS Outstanding Extension Publication for 2018
The American Society of Horticulture Science's Board of Directors and the Awards Committee has named Cornell Professor Art DeGaetano's paper "Regional Influences of Mean Temperature and Variance Changes on Freeze Risk in Apples" the ASHS Outstanding Extension Publication Award winner for papers published in 2018. There will be an awardees ceremony and reception for all awardees in conjunction with the ASHS Annual Conference on July 22, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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From the Cornell Chronicle: In New York City, the students – participating in Cornell’s Global Climate Change Science and Policy class – met with Tonga’s Mahe Tupouniua, secretary of foreign affairs;... Read more about Students have ‘eye-opening’ experiences at Climate Week NYC