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(Internet-First University Press, 2020-05-29)The author presents a sweeping, well-documented review of what was the first Department of Rural Sociology in the nation (now called the Department of Development Sociology). In it, the author identifies the evolving ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2020)This a complete, clickable, full-text searchable directory of all materials available from The Internet-First University Press on eCommons@Cornell. You can download this IFUP Directory and use it to browse IFUP’s vast ...
(2019)Walcott describes his work in communicating Science to the public. He starts with his role in "Discovery", one of the earliest programs from WGBH, Followed by producing "Exploring Nature" for WGBH's 21 inch classroom. He ...
A Conversation Between Nelson Hairston and Anurag Agrawal, Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (2019)Nelson George Hairston. Jr. is a professor retiring from Cornell after 34 years in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. In this video he describes his education, how he became interested in biology and his ...
(2019)Carl Hopkins is a professor emeritus, retired from the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior at Cornell. In this video he describes his background, his research on the taxonomy and communication in electric fish from ...