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"Haitian student studies job satisfaction as poverty solution"

Cornell Chronicle, 2013
Nemdia Daceney, who discovered a lack of worker satisfaction in one of Haiti’s “free zones,” continued her research at Cornell this summer with the hope of informing Haitian public and... > more

Tweeting is not revolutionary, Humphreys says

Cornell Chronicle, July 23, 2013
Users of Twitter and other social media receive criticism for broadcasting mundane things about their lives, but a Cornell researcher says the idea of chronicling everyday life for a broader... > more

Alumna recalls growing up in Frank Lloyd Wright house

Cornell Chronicle, July 16, 2013
Kim Brown Bixler '91 entertained a Statler Auditorium crowd July 10 with stories of growing up in the only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house in Rochester, N.Y.

Bixler mimicked her 8-year-old self... > more

Turin Program gives students taste of politics, culture

Cornell Chronicle, July 11, 2013
Fifteen Cornell students spent 20 days in Turin, Italy, June 2-22, to learn about European politics and culture as part of the Cornell in Turin (CiT) summer study abroad. Now... > more

"The Cornell in Washington program gives students a look at government's company town"

Cornell Alumni Magazine, 2013
Named for the star that once guided escaped slaves on the Underground Railroad, the Polaris Project is a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit dedicated to combating human trafficking. Its offices are located... > more

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