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Honors Students Keeping History Fresh

The Department of History appreciates ts majors for what they contribute to the discipline. We wish we had the room to profile all of them. Honors students, however, have to meet the requirement of undertaking a special research project. 571 more words


EE students advance to 2015 Cornell Cup finals

For the third consecutive year, a team of electrical engineering students under the leadership of assistant professor Dan Connors, has advanced to the finals of the Intel Cornell Cup. 93 more words


Third Annual Engineering Job & Internship Fair a Success

On February 5, the Tivoli Turnhalle buzzed with enthusiastic engineering students on the hunt for internships and jobs. Twenty-one companies attended the third annual Engineering Job and Internship Fair, which drew almost 300 students. 328 more words


Finding a voice: a surprisingly difficult challenge

It was a surprisingly difficult challenge.  In a previous role I had been asked to write a booklet (link to Dropbox) to help undergraduate students with their library research skills.  544 more words


Learning to research with Primary Sources

Has your class met with a librarian yet?

We are gearing up for a number of classes with students. We offer a variety of instructional opportunities, but our most common request is to provide students with an introduction to primary source research and the special collections available on campus. 76 more words

News And Events

Does a bad rep stop students making applications?

There’s a depressing narrative being aired relentlessly in the media in the run-up to the General Election in May. It goes roughly as follows: young people are unengaged with politics and view all politicians as two-faced, self-serving lying bastards. 858 more words