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Cornell obtains $3M grant to study tobacco warnings

Published: 
Jul 7, 2014
To determine effective tobacco warning labels, five Cornell faculty members will receive a five-year, $3 million federal grant to examine how anti-smoking messages can affect youth, and low-income and low-education groups. Read more

Institute for the Social Sciences grants awards

Published: 
May 20, 2014
From conducting archaeological research in the Republic of Armenia to exploring how rumors spread through Twitter, the Institute for the Social Sciences' small grants program funded 22 faculty members' projects for the 2013-14 year. Read more

Confusion Reigns: Cutting Through the Overload of Information on Cancer Prevention

Published: 
Mar 15, 2013
For the past 10 years or so, Jeff Niederdeppe and his colleagues have been studying how Americans make sense of public information about the causes of cancer and ways to prevent it. Read Professor Niederdeppe's article "Confusion Reigns: Cutting Through the Overload of Information on Cancer Prevention" at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation site. Read more