Cornell University
Nutrition Image
Membership Main Page
Features Main page
For Members
Cornell University :: Nutritional Sciences :: NutritionWorks :: Whats New

Cornell NutritionWorks Logo
Home   About Us   What’s New  

What’s New

UNICEF Training Course, Programming for Infant and Young Child Feeding

UNICEF and the Division of Nutritional Sciences at Cornell have jointly developed a new online training course, Programming for Infant and Young Child Feeding. Click here for more details or Register Now.

If you have already registered for the UNICEF course, click here.



New Directions Against Hunger and Malnutrition

A Festschrift in Honor of Per Pinstrup-Andersen

To honor the illustrious career of Per Pinstrup-Andersen, the 2001 World Food Prize Laureate, a Festschrift, sponsored by the Division of Nutritional Sciences, was held at Cornell University on December 13 and 14, 2013.

Per’s colleagues, collaborators, and students paid tribute and presented papers in the areas of Food Systems, Health, and Nutrition; Agricultural Development and Research and Technology Policy; Globalization, Trade, and Poverty; and Political Economy of Food and Agricultural Policy - the substantive themes that represent the breadth of Per’s work.

Find more information and links to the videotaped presentations on our Festschrift course webpage.

NOTE: Please login to Cornell NutritionWorks here before viewing these presentations. If you are not a member, you may register for free here.

       Per Pinstrup-Andersen Cornell University 2014

Global Health Feature

Check out global health activities in Cornell’s Division of Nutritional Sciences, including offerings on Cornell NutritionWorks.



Our Latest Courses   Search this ContentSearch Catalog


Latest Timely Topics   Search this ContentSearch Topics


    Active Discussion Forum Topics   Forum TopicView Forums


    Cornell University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educator and employer.

    Division of Nutritional Sciences, © Cornell University
    Acknowledgements | Credits | Privacy | Site Requirements
    Cornell NutritionWorks Icon Top ^