Cornell UniversityB07 Day Hall, Ithaca, United States
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About Cornell University
Cornell University is a private research university in Ithaca, New York and also a prestigious Ivy League school. Founded by Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dixon White in 1865, Cornell was the only one of the eight Ivy League schools to be founded after the American Revolution. Cornell University preaches coeducation, meaning anyone regardless of faith and race can be enrolled. Since its inception, its founders have been looking to transform Cornell into a new type of university, with content ranging from literary masterpieces to natural science, from theoretical research to practical applications, with an all-encompassing curriculum. This idea eventually became Cornell's motto: 'I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study.' Cornell University has seven undergraduate colleges and seven graduate schools, each of which has its own academic program.
Cornell University is located in the northwest of the New York Finger Lakes region in the town of Ithaca (New York City is about four hours northwest by car). It is known for its local lakes, beautiful scenery, and expansive wilderness. It is located on the southernmost tip of Lake Cayuga, the longest lake in the Finger Lakes, and the view looking down at the water from the libraries is spectacular.
Cornell University is equipped with state-of-the-art, fully functional teaching equipment. In addition to formal classes, students can make full use of the school's audio-visual classrooms, libraries, leisure sports facilities, etc., to better enjoy university campus life. The Johnson Graduate School of Management Library has a wide range of business books on topics including accounting, trade, corporate data, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, investments, leadership, management, marketing, organizational behavior and quantitative methods. In addition to an up to date business database, the library offers students access to exclusive services, including Bloomberg, Datastream, and specialized reports, as well as recommendations and ratings from professional analysts. The highly sophisticated but easy to use CareerSearch program allows students to quickly identify their ideal company and career goals.
- Psychology484 Documents
- Biology: General Courses181 Documents
- Mathematics191 Documents
- Economics152 Documents
- Communication143 Documents
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- BIOG 1440 - Introductory Biology: Comparative PhysiologyBiology: General Courses
- BIOMG 1350 - Introductory Biology: Cell and Developmental BiologyMolecular Biology and Genetics
- PSYCH 2650 - Psychology and LawPsychology