Cornell students participating in Study Away at Zhejiang University share thoughts on the opportunity.
The article mentions Cornell giving Chinese students the option to study at top universities in China for the semester. A Cornell student who took the opportunity to study at Tsinghua University is interviewed.
This Xinhua news story describes how Chinese students who cannot return to campus in the United States are participating in Cornell's Study Away program.
On September 3, Zhejiang University and Cornell University signed an agreement remotely and explored new ways to collaborate.
The International Campus of Zhejiang University welcomed a cohort of incoming Chinese students from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Cornell for the fall of 2020.
Cornell students who are local Hong Kong residents can study at CityU and take CityU courses through Cornell's Study Abroad program.
In a potential breakthrough in wearable sensing technology, researchers from Cornell, UW-Madison, and China have designed a wrist-mounted device that tracks the entire human hand in 3D.
To support international students who cannot travel this fall, Cornell is offering opportunities to study at 16 partner institutions worldwide (many in China) while taking Cornell classes remotely.
At Cornell's 2020 virtual reunion, President Martha Pollack thanked alumni in China who "helped secure and ship valuable N95 masks to Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City and Cayuga Medical Center in Ithaca."
Vice Provost Wendy Wolford released a statement supporting and advocating for Cornell's Chinese and international community.
Qiwei (Alex) Li (M.Eng. 2019) has founded a startup to develop a medical device to address chronic muscle pain: Dynein Health (Chinese: 动力因健康).
Cornell University Library held a webinar on 4/27/2020 on "Three Chinese Academic Libraries’ Experiences During the COVID-19 Outbreak" involving 142 librarians from United States, China, Canada, and Singapore.
Cornell alumni, parents and friends have helped source and deliver crucial equipment and supplies for medical professionals at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City and Cayuga Medical Center in Ithaca.
“Immortal at the River,” a nearly 60-yard calligraphy scroll by Taiwanese artist Tong Yang-Tze, that is on display at the Johnson Museum and inspired a Cornell student dance, can now be viewed online.
Alumni, parents, and friends from across China have mobilized tirelessly to provide support in the form of much-needed protective apparel to Cornell's NYC hospital.
Cornell Asian Studies professor Nick Admussen has translated into English selections of Chinese poet and mathematician Ya Shi’s poetry in the newly published “Floral Mutter.”
Students from the Department of Performing and Media Arts performed an original work inspired by Taiwanese calligrapher's Tong Yang-Tze’s Immortal at the River on display at Cornell's Johnson Art Museum.
Researchers from Cornell, the Mars Global Food Safety Center in Beijing, and the University of Georgia have developed a method enabling salmonella testing faster and in labs closer to food processing plants.
New Cornell Center for Social Sciences faculty fellow Prof. John Zinda will collaborate with faculty from China and Cornell AgriTech to study apples, livelihoods, landscapes, and China’s rural transformations.
Cornell's Global Grand Challenge Migrations initiative awarded funds to a vet school team to host interdisciplinary workshops with researchers from Weill Medical, China and Hong Kong on new global infectious diseases…
A Cornell-China research collaboration showed that hospital customer service impacted patient satisfaction more than medical quality or patient survival rates, and that consumer-driven health care creates pressures…
Cornell Institute for China Economic Research: China's real-time air quality monitoring and disclosure program changed household behavior and triggered more willingness to pay for housing in less-polluted areas.
A collaboration between the Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability and The Nature Conservancy (TNC) will fund three climate change studies, one on sustainable agricultural land management in China.
Vice provost Wendy Wolford discusses the university’s efforts in global engagement and internationalization, including the Cornell China Center's office and November forum in Beijing.
On Nov. 18, university leaders faculty, alumni, collaborators, and friends celebrated Cornell-China history and collaboration with two events in Beijing: an academic symposium and a Cornell-China forum.