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07/17/2017 -

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More than 380 staff were honored by Cornell President Martha E. Pollack and Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Mary Opperman at the 62nd annual Service Recognition Dinner June...

06/16/2017 -

New ‘Cooking with Wellness’ video on Indian cooking

Radhika Nayak, an accomplished Indian cook and instructor, makes three dishes: 1) jeera rice, a simple rice dish flavored with cumin seeds; 2) kadhai paneer, cubed curd cheese and bell peppers sautéed in spicy tomato gravy; and 3)...

06/15/2017 -

Frederick Burgess, recently the commanding officer of Naval Facilities Engineering Command in Washington, D.C., has been named vice president for infrastructure, properties and planning (IPP) at Cornell. The appointment, effective Sept. 1, was made by Joanne DeStefano, executive vice president and chief...

06/15/2017 -

Tech training spotlight

Want to gain skills in Word 2016?  Learn how to create new documents, edit and format text, navigation techniques, and layout options.  Register now for the half-day Word 2016 Basic class scheduled for Aug. 8.

To receive training announcements,...

06/15/2017 -

Free summer events will be offered at Cornell beginning June 27 and downtown at the Bernie Milton Pavilion, Ithaca Commons, beginning June 22

Cornell summer events

Cornell’s free summer events series, which runs from June 27 to August 4, is sponsored by the School of Continuing...

06/15/2017 -

Cornell United Way Campaign co-chairs Andy Noel, the Meakem*Smith Director of Athletics and Physical Education, and Kathy Zoner, chief of the Cornell University Police, were awarded the Patricia E. Stage Outstanding Volunteer of the Year award at the United Way Community Campaign celebration and...

06/15/2017 -

PHOTO GALLERY

About 800 staff gathered June 13 in Bartels Hall for the ninth annual Infrastructure, Properties and Planning (IPP) Employee Celebration. The event highlights the contributions of staff who have gone “above...

06/15/2017 -

Gary Cremeens, project associate in Transportation Services focusing on social media and sustainability in transportation demand management (TDM), has recently been named a finalist for a national excellence in advocacy award from the Association for Commuter Transportation. Over the winter, he was selected...

06/15/2017 -

PHOTO GALLERY

More than 1,000 attended the 2017 annual supplier show June 1 in Barton Hall, hosted by Procurement and Payment Services. The event provided an opportunity for members of the Cornell...

06/15/2017 -

“A chance meeting between the Cornell women’s rowing team and then President-elect Elizabeth Garrett established an instant connection for the students who met her, one that lasted through Garrett’s inauguration and her untimely death, and continues still…”

In the Sept. 19, 2016, article “...

06/15/2017 -

The university will roll out a new time-and-attendance system in fall 2017 to replace Kronos – the system currently used by approximately 12,000 nonexempt, biweekly staff and student employees to manage time worked and time off. The new Workday Time Tracking (WDTT) time and attendance system is part of the...

06/13/2017 -

May 22-26 was Spring Intensives week for the New Roots Charter School, a time when students take a break from the academic course load to focus their energy on a singular topic of interest. Ten students from New Roots spent a week with...

06/13/2017 -

PHOTO GALLERY

Staff in the College of Arts and Sciences donned their best medieval garb for the annual staff appreciation picnic June 2.

Feasting on a menu from Kendra’s Catering that...

06/01/2017 -

Garden Gift Shop sale, June 3

In honor of National Trails Day this Saturday, June 3, the Garden Gift Shop is offering 25 percent off all hats, water bottles and guides to Cornell Botanic Gardens' Natural Areas.

While supplies last, every...

06/01/2017 -

Every Thursday through July 27 at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, a trained Cornell Health “Let’s Meditate” program guide will lead participants through a half-hour of exercises designed to focus on the breath and quiet the mind. Participants typically sit quietly with their eyes closed throughout...

06/01/2017 -

Save the Date! This year’s Staff Development Day will be held July 12, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., at the Physical Sciences Building.

The workshops and exhibits at Staff Development Day, offered at no cost, give Cornell employees opportunities to invest in their personal and professional growth and well-being. The...

06/01/2017 -

Nominations are open through June 30 for the President’s Award for Innovation in Diversity and Inclusion, and the employee excellence awards for individuals and managers. Recipients will receive a monetary award, and all nominees will be invited to a luncheon with President Martha E. Pollack and Mary...

06/01/2017 -

Veterans Colleague Network Group monthly meetings

The Cornell University Veterans Colleague Network Group (VCNG) raises the awareness of veteran and military personnel issues at Cornell; provides a forum for veterans and their supporters to meet to discuss topics of mutual interest...

06/01/2017 -

Why some email attachments are getting blocked

Members of the Cornell community are encouraged to use university file-sharing services such as Cornell DropBox, Box, and OneDrive for Business. These ways of sharing files can save time, improve users’ file-sharing experience and protect against...

06/01/2017 -

Cornell Cinema finishes its 18th summer series outdoors with "Double Indemnity" showing on the Willard Straight Terrace. Doors will open at 8:15 p.m. and films will start at 9:30 p.m., after dark. In the event of rain, screenings will be held in Willard Straight Theatre.

Tickets are $13 general/$11...

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