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04/06/2017 -

Slope Day, slated for May 11, still needs volunteers to provide support and care for their fellow Cornellians.

Volunteers can select from among a variety of duties and opportunities:

  • Gate crew – Welcome participants to Slope...
04/06/2017 -

Big Red Bikes is relaunching its bike share program with a ribbon-cutting ceremony April 14 at 3:15 p.m. outside of Kennedy Hall (Tower Road side), followed by a larger celebration on the Arts Quad at 4 p.m., featuring food, biking activities and raffle prizes.

The Big Red Bikes program initially will...

04/06/2017 -

The 29th annual Jennie T. Farley Office Professionals Celebration – one of the largest workplace observances at Cornell – will be held April 26, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., in Barton Hall. The complimentary event includes lunch, entertainment and door prizes, and pays tribute to the contributions of Cornell’s office...

04/06/2017 -

More than 100 Cornellians braved a cold and rainy Saturday in Ithaca to attend Cornell’s inaugural Grandparents Day event at Cornell Cinema on March 25, sponsored by Work/Life in Human Resources.

The Secret Life of Pets—an animated comedy about the lives pets lead when humans are not around—...

04/06/2017 -

Members of the Cornell community can recycle their home and office electronics at no charge Monday, April 10-Friday, April 14, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Cornell Recycle Center, 251 Solidago Road (turn onto Palm Road from Rt. 366 and follow signs for CU Recycle Center).

Electronic items to recycle at this...

04/06/2017 -

During the month of April, about 5,000 admitted students and family members will visit campus as guests of Diversity Hosting Month and Cornell Days. The students will attend classes and stay overnight in the residence halls. Groups of visitors will also enjoy walking tours of campus.

“We hope you will...

04/06/2017 -

John “Gutie” Gutenberger, former mayor of the city of Ithaca and special adviser to Cornell’s Office of Community Relations, was recognized “for 27 years of meritorious town-gown service” by the Cornell Board of Trustees’ University Relations Committee at its March 23 meeting in Ithaca. Gutenberger will...

04/06/2017 -

According to two universitywide surveys conducted in fall 2016, most faculty and staff members are “very satisfied” or “somewhat satisfied” with their work and the collegial environment at Cornell, while lower levels of satisfaction are related to finances and overall direction of the university.

The...

04/05/2017 -

According to two universitywide surveys conducted in fall 2016, most faculty and staff members are “very satisfied” or “somewhat satisfied” with their work and the collegial environment at Cornell, while lower levels of satisfaction are related to finances and overall direction of the university.

The...

04/05/2017 -

PHOTO GALLERY

At a talk she gave in Sage Chapel March 23, Frances Yufen Lee Mehta, senior lecturer of Chinese Mandarin in the Department of Asian Studies, recounted her parents’ fleeing from the 1940’s civil war in...

03/24/2017 -

Kimerly Cornish will provide the last Soup and Hope talk of the 2017 season, March 30 at noon, Sage Chapel. Cornish was born and raised in Cambridge, Maryland. She is a graduate of Oberlin College. In her spare time, she enjoys researching her family history.

All Soup & Hope talks are open to the...

03/24/2017 -

Learn about local agriculture at AgStravaganza! – a free family event April 1, 10 a.m.-3 p.m, at the Ithaca Commons, featuring educational exhibits and farm-themed games, crafts and activities, including ice cream with the Dairy...

03/24/2017 -

If you grow fruit trees, it’s important to know how to prune them correctly to promote yearly fruiting and reduce disease problems. At a hands-on demonstration April 2, 1-3 p.m. at Indian Creek orchard, orchardist Steve Cummins will demonstrate pruning and training techniques for both young and mature trees...

03/24/2017 -

Cornell Women’s Golf League, with members playing the Robert Trent Jones Course at Cornell, is accepting applications for the 2017 season. The league plays every Wednesday with a shot-gun start at 4:45 p.m. 

If interested, contact Jill Ulbricht. An...

03/24/2017 -

Sharepoint and Visio workflows

This three-day hands-on course, May 10-12, is for power users, site collection administrators and developers who want to learn the new SharePoint 2013 workflow development process using SharePoint Designer 2013, the Visual Designer and Visio 2013....

03/24/2017 -

Enjoy a colonoscopy

Beth McKinney, director of Cornell Wellness, welcomes conversations about the experience of having a colonoscopy. “I’ve had two – both with no medication – and I found the whole experience to be amazing,” she says.

March is National Colorectal Cancer...

03/24/2017 -

A campus-wide Cornell Recognition Event Day (RED Day) will be held April 6, noon-2 p.m., to say thanks to Cornell’s hard-working employees. The event will offer cupcakes and other snacks at the following locations:

  • Duffield Hall Atrium
  • East Hill Office Building Atrium
  • Klarman Hall...
03/24/2017 -

The following two bowling opportunities for Cornell employees and their families and friends at the Helen Newman Bowling Center are offered by the Cornell Recreation Connection:

Get the Ball Rolling

Take a non-competitive, casual lunch break, April 4 at noon, and enjoy pizza and...

03/24/2017 -

Do you know what to do if your pet suddenly collapses?

Learn the basics of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) April 5, 6-7:30 p.m., at the Baker Institute for Animal Health, so you can help your dog or cat until you can get them to a veterinarian. This is an event for animal lovers of all ages....

03/24/2017 -

PHOTO GALLERY

Breaking Bread – an initiative of Intercultural Programs in the Center for Intercultural Dialogue that brings together participants from different communities, identities, groups...

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