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05/04/2017 -

SUNY Empire State College will host an information session on central campus (163 Day Hall), May 17, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Find out about deferring part of your tuition bill (Cornell Tuition Aid), SUNY Empire’s mentoring advantage, an overview of the application process, areas of study (“...

05/04/2017 -

Cornell Transportation Services and Cornell Recreational Services are teaming up to celebrate National Bike To Work/School Day with the Cornell community. Several tables will be staffed at multiple locations across central campus offering goodies May 19 from 7-10 a.m. for people who cycle in that morning....

05/04/2017 -

Procurement Services will host its annual supplier show June 1, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Barton Hall. The event provides an opportunity for members of the Cornell community to meet Cornell’s contract suppliers, learn about their products and services, and hear about the savings and efficiencies they provide.

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05/04/2017 -

Last chance to volunteer for Slope Day, May 11: the volunteer website will close first thing Monday morning, May 8 at 9 a.m.

Volunteers are still needed to provide support and care for their fellow Cornellians and can select from among a variety of duties and opportunities:

  • Gate crew -...
05/04/2017 -

In a return engagement, Cornell alumnus Christopher Dial '04 will discuss how unconscious bias can influence behaviors and decision-making in a seminar, “Understanding Implicit Bias,” to be held May 15, 1-3 p.m., in the Hollis E. Cornell auditorium in Goldwin Smith Hall (Room 132).

Dial, who graduated...

05/04/2017 -

How many of the world’s bird species can be found?

 A “big day” is a big deal for people who love to watch birds. The term traditionally applies to any effort to identify as many bird species as possible in a single day. The third annual ...

05/04/2017 -

By profession, Office of Media Relations coordinator Lindsey Hadlock can be found any place on campus, connecting local, regional and student media with Cornell’s faculty, students and administrators. She says she really likes the relationship-building that comes with her job, making connections and “...

05/04/2017 -

Tech Savvy is a one-day event designed to show sixth- through ninth-grade girls firsthand how science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) pursuits can lead to exciting careers. Tech Savvy events happen all over the country and are sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW)....

05/04/2017 -

Procurement Services will host its annual supplier show June 1, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Barton Hall. The event provides an opportunity for members of the Cornell community to meet Cornell’s contract suppliers, learn about their products and services, and hear about the savings and efficiencies they provide.

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05/04/2017 -

The first day-trip of 2017 to New York City, sponsored by the Cornell Recreation Connection (CRC), is May 13. Sign up early to ensure that these trips continue.

The CRC calendar includes trips on the second Saturdays of May, September, November, December and possibly July if there is...

05/04/2017 -

The Cancer Resource Center (CRC) is often asked to speak to various local groups about the experience of having or caring for someone who has cancer. To meet this need, the CRC is creating a speaker’s bureau – a roster of individuals available to speak with groups about being a cancer patient, survivor or...

05/04/2017 -

PHOTO GALLERY

More than 300 children registered for Cornell’s Bring a Child to Work Day, held April 27. A wide range of activities was offered throughout the day, some popular from years past and others new this...

05/04/2017 -

After a campus-wide election, the Employee Assembly has announced that Bruce Roebal will be the new College of Arts and Sciences representative to the EA.

Also new to the assembly are three representatives who ran for uncontested...

05/03/2017 -

PHOTO GALLERY

Twenty-nine years have passed since ILR School professors Jennie T. Farley and Alice Cook held a National Secretaries Day symposium and brown bag lunch for an audience of about 50.

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04/21/2017 -

The Space @ Greenstar will host back-to-back screenings of the environmental zombie short “Frac Attack: Dawn of the Watershed” (18 min.) and the feature documentary “Empowered: Power from the People” (1 hr. 16 min.), which highlights the many ways that Tompkins County residents have...

04/21/2017 -

Flexible Spending Account 2016 claim deadline
Employees enrolled in the medical or dependent care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for the 2016 plan year have until April 30 to submit eligible claims to PayFlex for reimbursement....

04/20/2017 -

Want to learn the features and functionality of the Windows 10 operating system for professional and personal use? The Using Microsoft Windows 10 workshop is intended for computer users who want to use the basic tools and features of Windows 10. Go to CULearn.Cornell.edu...

04/20/2017 -

Player-pianos, instruments able to play “by themselves” via complex mechanisms attached to or built inside acoustic pianos, had their heyday in the early 20th century.

Their sounds were ubiquitous across public and private realms, from theatres to domestic parlors, and they revolutionized how people...

04/20/2017 -

The first day-trip of 2017 to New York City, sponsored by the Cornell Recreation Connection (CRC) is May 13. Sign up early to ensure that these trips continue.

The CRC calendar includes trips on the second Saturdays of May, September, November, December and possibly July if there is interest...

04/20/2017 -

Tompkins County Public Library invites adults age 65 and older to attend, "To Remember Is to Remake," an eight-week memoir-writing program, beginning May 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the library's BorgWarner Community Room-East.

Facilitated by Paige Eve Chant, this weekly program will encourage participants to...

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