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02/09/2017 -

Bid. Win. Support. The second Big Red One-Day Online Auction for the United Way is today, Feb. 10, until midnight. View and bid on items now at the...

02/09/2017 -

Criminal justice reformer, attorney and filmmaker Dawn Porter is the featured speaker for Cornell’s 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration, Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 6 p.m. at the State Theatre. Free and open to the public, the event is sponsored by...

02/09/2017 -

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Cornell University Police have a new tool to aid in their investigations and enhance public confidence and support.

As of Jan. 16, all uniformed police officers have been...

02/09/2017 -

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During the course of his military career, Gunnery Sgt. Thomas Herrera, assistant Marine officer instructor at Cornell, graduated in the top 10 percent of his class in every academic and military...

02/08/2017 -

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More than 2,300 Cornell employees, retirees and family members enjoyed chicken parmesan and pasta dinner at the Winter Employee Celebration, Jan. 28, in Bartels Hall.

The discounted tickets for...

01/26/2017 -

Eating for Your Best Self

Join this 12-week nutrition/weight loss intensive group, designed for people with a body mass index of 30 or higher. Sessions will be held Feb. 8-April 26, noon-1 p.m., at 221 Weill Hall.

This in-person, small group experience will help participants...

01/26/2017 -

OneNote

Want to learn how create and manage Shared Notebooks, how to develop OneNote Pages, and how to add other content to a OneNote page?  Register now for the two-hour Organizing with Microsoft OneNote and Outlook workshop scheduled for Feb. 15.

To receive training...

01/26/2017 -

Feb. 3, Bailey Hall: Christian McBride and Edgar Meyer

Christian McBride and Edgar Meyer are two singular voices in the double bass universe. Playing a stylistically diverse program, including new original music composed for the two of them, they will explore previously unimagined...

01/26/2017 -

Sponsored by Tompkins Trust Company, Downtown Ithaca’s 19th Annual Chili Cook-Off will be held Feb. 11,11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on The Ithaca Commons, 171 E. State St.

The Cook-Off features dozens of freshly made sweet, spicy, and/or tangy chili samples created by the some of the area’s best chefs,...

01/26/2017 -

The third community-wide “Breaking Bread” dinner of the 2016-17 academic year will be held Feb. 8, 6-8 p.m. at G10 Biotechnology Building to discuss “Freedom of Speech and Civility on Campus.” Using recent national and global events as a backdrop for this conversation, an open dialogue between Cornell...

01/26/2017 -

Slideshow: Betty Ford Alpine Garden/Colorado Wildflowers and Scenery

Join Pat Curran for a tour of the Betty Ford Alpine Garden in Vail, Colorado, one of the world’s highest altitude botanic gardens, Feb. 12, 2:30-4 p.m., Tompkins County Cornell Cooperative Extension, 615 Willow Ave...

01/26/2017 -

The Office of the Ombudsman is a safe place for students, faculty and staff to turn for help. You can meet confidentially and off the record with an ombudsman to discuss options for any concerns or issues.

What an...

01/26/2017 -

Staff members interested in pursuing a degree through SUNY Empire State College (ESC) are invited to attend a lunchtime networking event with Cornell employees who are ESC alumni, Feb. 9 at 12:30 p.m., at the East Hill Office Building, room 140.

ESC is a regionally accredited college granting bachelor...

01/26/2017 -

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Who is most likely to notice if someone is struggling with opening a door or having difficulties finding a bathroom – or likely to overhear a racially based or...

01/26/2017 -

January is a great time to review and update your benefits for the year ahead. Here are some tips from your friends in Human Resources to make sure your benefits on track for 2017. (Note that this is an incomplete list, and not all items apply to all Cornell employees). If you have any questions, contact...

01/26/2017 -

Gifts to the 2017 Cornell United Way campaign continue to move the university closer to its $750,000 goal for the 2016-17 academic year. Pledges and gifts as of Jan. 18 have brought the university to $638,630.16, or more than 85 percent of its goal.

Two upcoming events are expected to increase that...

01/26/2017 -

Dustin Cutler, Aramark Corporation resident district manager for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, has been appointed the new director of Cornell Dining, announced Pat Wynn, executive director of Campus Life Enterprise Services, last week. A central New York native, Cutler will begin his position at...

01/26/2017 -

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“Move your left arm up as high as you can and to the left … a little farther left … there, you got that hold? OK, pull up and at the same time with your right leg reach to the right … no, go a...

01/26/2017 -

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Janet Shortall founded Soup & Hope in the conviction that staff members had rich personal stories to share that could inspire those who heard them. Her remarks Jan. 19 in Sage Chapel at the...

01/12/2017 -

Energy Navigators are volunteers from Tompkins County who learn to reduce their own energy use and save money, and help other community members do the same. Energy Navigators is a program of Get Your GreenBack Tompkins, with the support of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County.

To become an...

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