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All Faculty Highlights
If you look up "peripatetic" in the dictionary, you should find a description of Graeme Bailey.
Marianella Casasola studies infant cognitive development and early word learning.
How does a big city girl develop a love and appreciation for nature and a passion for biology? Go fish.
More than 40 years of snake hunting have taken Harry Greene to 18 countries on six continents.
David Lee focuses on improving the lives through sustainable development and sound policy.
If you've ever seen Ken McClane in front of an audience, you wouldn't believe the man gets stage fright.
"What first drew me to physics was magic. It came in two varieties: relativity and quantum mechanics," says Mermin.
Negotiating cultural differences is something she has had to do from birth.
Like the spiders she studies, Linda Rayor spins webs.
Annelise Riles thrives on contrast and loves to experiment with unlikely pairings.
Looking for clues about why people do the strange things they do? Meredith Small can give you a few million years worth.
Hand Buzz Spector a book, and there's a good chance he will destroy it.
Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon has been received acclaim for her poetry collection 'Open Interval.'
Under the large, dark night skies of the Arctic watershed, the budding astronomer grew up.
Charles Williamson has won nine teaching awards in his 15 years at Cornell.
Randy Worobo mentors students in research and teaches farmers about food safety.