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Cornell expert on SCOTUS decision to review state regulation of ...


...Tessler Family Professor of Digital and Information Law James Grimmelmann, professor of digital and information law at Cornell University, is an... ...The Supreme Court has agreed to hear challenges to laws in Texas and Florida that would limit the ability of platforms like Facebook, YouTube and... .... · Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14850 607-255-6074 [email protected] @CornellMedia... ...The Solicitor General’s brief said exactly what everyone already knew: the Supreme Court had to take the cases....

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Gamers help highlight disparities in algorithm data

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...from Cornell, Xbox and Microsoft Research.... ...differing opinions, but this diversity of thought makes for better algorithms that help audiences everywhere pick the right games, according to new research... ...Graham, Bridgette Kuehn, Maddy Whisenant, Portia Botchway and Katie Stone Perez, all of Microsoft Corporation, Xbox Division.... ...Rock Yuren Pang of the University of Washington is the paper’s lead author; co-authors include Jack Cenatempo of Microsoft Research; and Franklyn...

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Global center promises design solutions for warming world

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...A Cornell-led project team – with Global Hubs partners in India, the U.K, Ghana and Singapore – has received a two-year $250,000 design grant from... ...the National Science Foundation to bring more comfortable days and nights to homes everywhere.... ...Einaudi Center for International Studies, partnering with the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, School of Industrial and Labor Relations... ...Launched with Nading’s 2022 Global Hubs joint seed grant with the Edinburgh Hub and anthropologist Jamie Cross, the project is based in the Mario...

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Physicist Michelle Wang named Biophysical Society Fellow

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...and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator.... ...Wang is the James Gilbert White Distinguished Professor of the Physical Sciences in the Department of Physics in the College of Arts and Sciences...

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Cornell celebrates 15 years at the heart of CNY Humanities Corridor

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...of music written by Catherine Likhuta in memory of composer and professor Steven Stucky.... ...Likhuta was able to rehearse beforehand with the student musicians in the Cornell University Wind Symphony and to speak to the audience during the... ...The Cornell University Wind Symphony performs "A Place That Is Yours" by Catherine Likhuta.... ...Sanford and Jo Mills Reis Professor of Humanities and director of Cornell’s Society for the Humanities (A&S), one of the corridor’s three principle...

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Cornell United Way campaign urges campus to go ‘All In’

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...The theme for this year’s Cornell campaign is “All In,” coined by Cornell campaign co-chairs Pat Wynn, assistant vice president of Cornell Student... ...and Campus Life, and Brandon Fortenberry, senior training and development manager at Cornell Dining.... ...UWTC co-chairs Cal Walker, a former Cornell staff member, and Alex Adelwitz, representing Wegmans Food Markets, Inc., announced the $1.8 million... ...Susan Riley is deputy director of community relations at Cornell....

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Symposium addresses complexity of free expression, law

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...Jameel Jaffer of the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University (left), Dean of Faculty Eve De Rosa and Eugene Volokh of the UCLA School... ...of Law participate in the inaugural Milstein Symposium on Sept. 26 in Myron Taylor Hall.... ...Leading First Amendment scholars Volokh and Jameel Jaffer, executive director of the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University and... ...It featured a welcome from President Martha E. Pollack and an introduction from author and retired five-time Congressman Robert Mrazek "67....

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eLab welcomes record cohort of student entrepreneurs 

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...Established in 2008 by the Student Agencies Foundation and Entrepreneurship at Cornell, many eLab alumni have flourished following their graduation... ...from the program, including Eversound, which recently announced its acquisition by digital engagement technology leader Uniguest.... ...going forward,” said Ken Rother, managing director of eLab and lecturer at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.... ...eLab is administered by the Center for Regional Economic Advancement (CREA), a division of Cornell Research and Innovation. eLab teams undergo intensive...

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Student interns help plan future of 4-H camp

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...Student interns, from left, Russell Kwong, Sherla Zhagnay and Chet Lukanic speak with Sage Gerling, CCE Ontario County board member and associate... ...Thirty years ago, Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) of Ontario County received a gift of 85 acres of land to be used for its 4-H Camp Bristol Hills... ...The CCE Summer Internship Program started 16 years ago in partnership with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Human ... ...So Tim Davis, CCE Ontario County executive director, reached out to Cornell, and three undergraduates from the College of Architecture, Art and Planning...

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Designed for rural living

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...The inhabitants of Change Islands, an isolated fishing community spanning two small islands off the northeast coast of Newfoundland, were entirely... ...To address the issue, the provincial government of Newfoundland and Labrador provided the islanders with a brand new, state-of-the-art ferry.... ...Read the full story on the College of Arts and Sciences website.... ...“The problem, though, is that because the ferry is so high-tech, it can't be repaired in Change Islands,” says Phoebe J....

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