A history of turmoil and resistance in the homeland told by a Belarusian poet
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Cornell University(Cornell University)Ivy LeagueComposeThe United States of AmericaIt is one of the most difficult universities in Japan.Known as one of the most prestigious schools in the United States.It is also ranked 5th in the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities in the world university rankings.[:in],Nobel PrizeHas maintained the world's highest level in both research and education, such as producing award winners in all categories.In particularMechanical engineering,life sciences,physics,Architecture,Landscaping,City planning,Computer engineering,Business Administration,Medical science,Veterinary medicine,AgricultureThe field is prominent.also,Ivy LeagueThe only hotel in the world is the Faculty of Business Administration, and the Hotel School of Administration is one of the top in the world.
New York StateIthaca CityThe campus, based in, spreads out on the slopes of the hills formed by glacier erosion and is also described as the most beautiful in the United States.It is also known for offering a wide variety of high-quality school cafeterias, and was ranked third in the United States in the Princeton Review.
Cornell University1865/To the United StatesTelegraphHe was a pioneer in the business and a New York State Senator, also a State Senator.University of MichiganWas a former professor ofAndrew Dickson WhiteDrafted the founding charter by1868/May 10, New York, after a preparation period of over three yearsIthacaWas opened in.
Cornell University has been in New York since its inceptionLand Grant UniversityOn the other hand,Ivy LeagueIt is one of the rare semi-governmental and semi-private (public and private) universities in the world that is listed as one of the schools.
The university's prominent research fields are mechanical engineering, life sciences, business administration, architecture, landscaping,Agriculture,Veterinary medicineIs said to be the highest peak in the world.Also,ComputerEngineering tooIvy LeagueIt boasts the largest facilities and research in the United States and is one of the top five prestigious fields in the United States (see noteworthy points below for computer engineering at Cornell University). ** Cornell University Video **
Ranking and fame
Major World University Rankings
- Webometrics Ranking of World Universities: 4(2010)
- THE WALL STREET JOURNAL World University Rankings:XNUMXth place(2019)
- Shanghai Denki University Rankings:13(2011)
- TIMES World University Rankings (Overall):10(2008)
- TIMES World University Rankings (Social Sciences):7(2008)
- TIMES World University Rankings (Humanities):14(2008)
- TIMES World University Rankings (Bioscience):8(2008)
- TIMES World University Rankings (Natural Sciences):11(2008)
- TIMES World University Rankings (Information Science / Engineering):8(2008)
- NEWSWEEK World University Rankings:9(2006)
US NEWS Undergraduate Course Ranking
- US NEWS Best Colleges 2009- National Univeristies Rankings: 10(FY2009)
US NEWS Major Graduate School Ranking
- Computer engineering:6
- Political science:8
- English Studies:6
Professional graduate school
- Graduate School of Medicine:8
- Law School (JD):12
- Graduate School of Business Administration:14
- Graduate School of City Planning:2
- Veterinary School:1
- Forbes National Millionaire School Ranking: 9 (Same: Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT)/ Northwestern University/ University of California, Berkeley/University of California, Los Angeles(UCLA)
- Washington Monthly National University Rankings: 7
- GallupThe best university survey in the United States by the general public in the United States: 7
- Law School (LL.M.) Ranking:1(FY2011)
Undergraduate Colleges and Schools
- College of Agriculture and Life Sciences *
- College of Architecture, Art, and Planning
- College of Arts and Sciences
- College of Engineering
- School of Hotel Administration
- College of Human Ecology *
- School of Industrial and Labor Relations *
Graduate / Professional Colleges and Schools
- Graduate School
- law school
- Johnson Graduate School of Management
- Weill Cornell Medical College (New York City)
- Weill Cornell Medical College (Qatar)
- Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences (New York City)
- College of Veterinary Medicine *
Other Cornell Academic Units and Degree-Granting Programs
- Cornell Cooperative Extension
- Cornell Institute for Public Affairs (Cornell Institute for Public Affairs) (CIPA)
- Cornell University Library
- Division of Nutritional Sciences
- Faculty of Computing and Information Science
- Office of Undergraduate Biology
- Program in Real Estate
- School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions
The * mark isNew York StateEstablished education unit
The following four centers have been established as the US Federal National Research Center.
- Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS)
- Cornell NanoScale Facility (CNF)
- Laboratory of Elementary-Particle Physics (LEPP)
- National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center (NAIC)
Besides, over 100graduate SchoolAnd laboratories are being set up and educational programs are being implemented.
An information retrieval system that started in the 1970sSMARTBy system research and development, etc., and electroniclibrary(Digital Archive,Digital Library) Was a pioneering achievement.Besides,DatabaseHe has made many achievements in the fields of fields.
In the field of life science, as in the field of physics, in collaboration with the Department of Computer Science,National Institutes of HealthHas achieved good results in the construction of.In addition, in collaboration with the medical field,proteinWe are also producing results in fields such as analysis of.
Cornell University Library Digital Collection 
The Cornell University sports team is called "Cornell Big Red."Cornell University has more than 30 sports teamsNational University Athletic Association(NCAA)conferenceBelongs to the Ivy League,Ice hockeyFor more information on the ECAC Hockey League (ECAC Hockey League) Belongs to.
Ice hockey is one of the school's most popular sports and has become a winter tradition.The schoolNational ChampionshipHe is a powerful player who has won the championship twice and advanced to Frozen Four (the best four in the United States) eight times.A longtime rival of ice hockeyHarvard UniversityIt is a rival of college ice hockey, which is famous in the United States.
When playing against Harvard University at Cornell University's home arena, Lynah Rink, it's customary for enthusiastic fans to throw large numbers of fish into the rink as Harvard players enter. ..This is a mockery of Harvard University in the port city (Boston).
The list below includes prominent graduates, current students, professors, and more from Cornell University.The information is dated 2005-04-22, and the latest information is in English. Cornellians checking ...
- George Wells Beadle (Ph.D. 1930/) - Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1958/
- Pearl S. Buck (MA 1926/) - Pulitzer Prize Award-winning work "The earthAuthor, Nobel Prize for Literature 1938/
- Robert Engle (MS 1966/, Ph.D. 1969/) - Nobel Prize in Economics(2003/) Co-winners, by establishing a time series analysis method
- Robert Fogel (BA 1948/) --Nobel Prize in Economics 1993/
- Sheldon Lee Glashow (AB 1954/) - Nobel Prize in Physics 1979/
- Robert W. Holley (Ph.D. 1947/) --Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1968/
- Barbara McClintock (BS 1923/, AM 1925/, Ph.D. 1927/) --Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1983/
- Toni Morrison (AM 1955/) - Writer, Nobel Prize for Literature
- John mott (BA 1888/) - Nobel Peace Prize 1946/
- Douglas D. Ocherov (MS 1971/, Ph.D.1973/) --Nobel Prize in Physics 1996/
- Isidor Isaac Ravi (B.Chem. 1919/) --Nobel Prize in Physics 1944/
- Stephen Weinberg (AB 1954/) --Nobel Prize in Physics 1979/
Politics / Law
- Rob Andrews (JD 1982) - US Representative from New Jersey's first congressional district.
- Sandy Berger (BA 1967) - National Security Advisor to President Bill Clinton.
- Samuel Bodman, (BS 1961) --Deputy Secretary of the US Treasury Department and United States Secretary of Energy under President George W. Bush.
- Barber B. Conable (AB 1942, LL.B. 1948) --President of the World Bank from 1986 to 1991, Congressional Representative (R-New York) for nine consecutive terms
- Joseph B. Foraker - Ohio Governor,Senator
- Eiji Ushioda --Political Scientist, 9thKeio UniversityPrincipal
- Masayasu Naruse (LL.B. 1889, LL.D. 1890) - Banker,Fifteen banksHead
- Stephen Friedman (AB 1959) --Assistant for economic policy to President George W. Bush, and director of the National Economic Council.
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg (AB 1954) - US Supreme Court associate justice.
- Stephen Hadley (BA 1969) - National Security Advisor to George W. Bush.
- Philip H. Hoff (1951) --The first D Governor of Vermont since the Civil War
- Jerome H. Holland (BS 1939, MS 1941) --Businessman; president of Delaware State College (1953–60) and of Hampton Institute (1960–70); US ambassador to Sweden (1970–73); national chairman of the American Red Cross (1979-85).
- Alan Keyes (transferred to Harvard) --Former Diplomat and Republican candidate for President (twice) and Senate (twice from Maryland, once from Illinois).
- Goodwin Knight -31st Governor of California
- Stephen D. Krasner (AB 1963) --professor of political science at Stanford University, appointed Director of Policy Planning at the United States State Department by Condolezza Rice
- Sol Linowitz (JD 1931) --Diplomat, Ambassador, Chairman of Xerox, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipiant
- Suitable for (BA 1914) - Chinese philosopher, poet, statesmanchampioned; vernacular Chinese as a literary language.
- Lee Teng-hui (Ph.D. 1968)-Fourth generationPresident of the Republic of China
- Edmund Muskie (LL.B. 1939) - Governor of Maine; US senator, presidential candidate, Secretary of state.
- Janet Reno (BA 1960) - United States Attorney General for Bill Clinton.
- William P. Rogers (LL.B. 1937) - United States Attorney General and Secretary of state.
- Michael Ross (1981) --Convicted Serial killerscheduled to be executed January 26th, 2005, by the State of Connecticut.
- Kathleen M. Sullivan (AB 1976) --professor at Stanford University, dean of Stanford Law School from 1999-2004
- Paul Wolfowitz (AB 1965) - United States Deputy Secretary of Defense for George W. Bush, President of the World Bank.
- William Vollmann --Journalist, Author of numerous books on war, including a seven volume treatise on violence
- Isamu Ueda - Member of the House of Representatives
- Ryomasa Akazawa -House of Representatives
- Kozo Yamamoto -House of Representatives
- Yuichi Seki - Ministry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsAdministrative Evaluation Bureaulong
- Heri Akhmadi --Indonesian politician, Ambassador to Japan
Advance Your Career
- Dr. Ken blanchard --management consultant, co-author The One Minute Manager
- Jeff Bleustein (BS 1960, MME 1961) --CEO of Harley-Davidson
- Willis Haviland Carrier (ME 1901) --founder of the Carrier Corporation
- Heather Cho - Businessman(Korean AirFormer Vice President)
- Barber B Conable (AB 1942, LL.B. 1948) --Congressional representative 1965–85; World Bank president 1986–91
- Adolph Coors (AB 1907) --Co-founder of the Coors beer brewing company.
- Joseph Coors (BS 1939) --Co-founder of the Coors beer brewing company.
- Pete Coors (BS 1969) - Coors brewery executive and 2004 Senatorial Candidate.
- Alonzo Galloway Decker, Jr. (BEE 1929) --CEO of Black and decker
- Jonathan Dolgen --Chairman of Viacom
- David Duffield (BEE 1962, MBA 1964) --Software companiesPeoplesoftCo-founder of
- David Edgerton --co-founder of Burger King Delivery restaurant chain
- Edward A. Fox (MS 1981, Ph.D. 1983) --First employee and president of Sallie mae
- Frank E. Gannett (AB 1898) --founder of Gannett media company
- Irwin M. Jacobs (BEE 1956) --founder of Qualcomm, a Fortune 500 company
- Herbert F. Johnson (AB 1922) and Samuel C Johnson (AB 1950) --founder / first executives of SC Johnson and the Johnson family businesses
- Austin Kiplinger (AB 1939) --journalist, editor of The Kiplinger Letter, founder of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine, winner of the Peabody Award
- Charles Lee (BS 1962) --CEO of Verizon
- Oscar Gustave Mayer (BA 1934) --CEO of Oscar Mayer
- Jim McLamore --co-founder of Burger King Delivery restaurant chain.
- Perry Odak --CEO of Ben and Jerry's
- Frederick Douglass Patterson (Ph.D. 1933) --Educator, philanthropist, and founder of the United Negro College Fund; recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom 1987
- Tom Peters (BCE 1965, MEC 1966) --Business management motivational guru
- Lewis Platt (BSME 1964) --former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, chairman of Boeing
- Charles E. Sporck --CEO of National Semiconductor
- M. Carey Thomas --Founder and first president of Big hill
- Ratan N Tata (B.Arch. 1962) --Chairman of Tata Sons (India's wealthiest business group)
- Sanford I. Weill (AB 1955)-CEO of Citigroup and co-founder of Salomon Smith Barney, the second largest securities investment firm in the world
- Saburo Momoki --Toto Pottery (currentlyTOTO) President
- Yuji Yamaguchi - Fujiya Hotel ChainGeneral manager
- Jotaro Fujii --Consultant,Japan subwayFounder
- Kaji Hoshino - Hoshino resortThe president
- Kenichi Kiriyama - KobeyaPresident,Japan Bread Industry AssociationVice-president
- Hitoshi Shiomura - Nobel PharmaFounder
- Takahito Aiki - RakutenEuropean CEO,KoboCEO,Fusion CommunicationsPresident,Kamakura ShinshoThe president
- Robert Atkins (MD 1955/)-Medical scientist, founder of the Atkins diet
- Uriah Bronfenbrenner (AB 1938) --pioneering researcher in human development
- Dr. Joyce Brothers (BS 1947) --author, psychologist, and television personality.
- Dr. Henry Heimlich (AB 1941, MD 1943) --inventor of the Heimlich maneuver.
- Dr. C. Everett Koop (MD 1941) - Surgeon General of the United States from 1982 to 1989
- Philip Levine (MD 1923) - immuno-hematologistdiscovered the Rh factor in blood in 1939.
- Sourcetin Veblen - economist-Sociologist.Institutional economicsOne of the founders of
- Francis Fukuyama (AB)-.NeoconTheorist.Currently a professor at Johns Hopkins University.
- Robert Engle (MS 1966/, Ph.D. 1969/) - Nobel Prize in Economics(2003/) Co-winners
- Robert Fogel (BA 1948/) --Nobel Prize in Economics 1993/
- - Economic critic-economist.
- JH Steward (BA 1925/) - Cultural anthropologist..Founder of.
- Nobuyoshi Akiyama - International political scientist.Hitotsubashi UniversityProfessor,ViennaGovernment DelegationMinister.
- Tsuyoshi Kato --Sociologist.Kyoto UniversityHonorary professor.
- Yoshifusa Kitabatake --Environmental scientist.Professor Emeritus of Kyoto University.
- 近藤安月子 --Pedagogue.Tokyo UniversityHonorary professor.
- Kazuyuki Motohashi - 経済学者。東京大学教授。
- Yasuo Kuwahara (MS 1967) -Economist.Professor Emeritus of Dokkyo University.The 8th president.
Science / Technology
- John Casper Branner (1882, geologist, second president of Stanford University
- Willis Haviland Carrier (ME 1901) --inventor of modern air conditioning technology, founder of the Carrier Corporation
- Milislav Demerec (PhD 1923 --geneticist and long serving director of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
- William F. Friedman (BS) --Considered by many to be one of the greatest cryptologists of all time,
- Paul Graham (AB) --co-founder of ViaWeb, noted author and evangelist of Lisp, creator of Bayesian spam filters.
- Wilson Greatbatch (BEE 1950) --Implant typeCardiac pacemakerContributes to the development and practical application of
- Leroy Grumman --Aircraft manufacturer,Grumman Founder of
- Jeff Hawkins (1979/) --inventor of the PalmPilot and founder of Palm, Inc. and Handspring
- Laurens Hammond (ME 1914) --inventor of the Hammond organ
- (BEE 1954/) - Mobile phoneInCDMATechnology developer.QualcommFounder of
- (Paul McEuen)-Professor of Physics, shook researchers around the worldBell LabsPaperFabricationUncovered the case,NanotechnologyOne of the world's leading authorities in research,NanosysTechnical advisor
- David Star Jordan (MS 1872/) --Spent undergraduate years at Cornell, was a en: Smithsonian Institution
- Paul Friedberg(Bachelor of Science 1954/)- Landscaping,Environmental designer,Landscape architect
- John Fillmore Hayford - Geodesicist
- Yaeyoshi Sekiguchi (MS 1905/)- Mechanical engineer,Tokyo Institute of TechnologyProfessor,Japan Society of Mechanical EngineersChairman.
Art in general
- Howard Hawks-Film director
- Huey Lewis - Huey Lewis & The NewsLeader.1969/I enrolled in1970/Dropped out.
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