More than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain – outnumbering those affected by heart disease, diabetes and cancer combined. To develop innovative approaches to pain management, a team of behavioral and social science researchers on Cornell’s Ithaca campus, clinical researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and computer scientists at Cornell Tech has received a five-year, […]Full Story All News & Events
BCTR Research Associate Kristen Elmore was named a Faculty Fellow in Engaged Learning for the 2019-20 school year. The program was designed to support faculty members who are dedicated to advancing community-engaged learning at Cornell and within their respective fields. Elmore is the assistant director of the Program for Research on Youth Development and Engagement, […]Full Story All News & Events
BCTR researcher Janis Whitlock, the BCTR’s associate director for teaching and training, was appointed to the State University of New York Student Mental Health and Wellness Task Force, a state-wide group will make recommendations on how the system can address the mental health needs of college students. Research demonstrates that mental health problems are worsening […]Full Story All News & Events
If you gave Cornell undergraduate students an opportunity to make a difference by funding their ideas, what would they do? This is the question developmental psychologist Anthony Burrow is looking to answer with The Contribution Project, an initiative he developed to help 50 Cornell undergraduate students make meaningful contributions by granting them each $400. Burrow’s […]Full Story All News & Events
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