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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...

01/12/2017 -

Part-time study at Cornell University – formerly known as extramural study – is an opportunity for anyone high school age or older to take advantage of Cornell’s academic resources.

High school students, visiting college students, area residents, retirees, corporate learners and Cornell employees or...

01/12/2017 -

The tenth anniversary series of Soup & Hope will open Jan. 19 at noon in Sage Chapel with Soup & Hope’s founder, Janet Shortall, associate dean of students and director of Empathy, Assistance and Referral Service (EARS) and University Crisis Management.

Shortall will recall the inception of...

01/12/2017 -

Gifts to the 2017 Cornell United Way campaign over the past month have brought the university from more than half to more than 84 percent of its $750,000 goal for the 2016-17 academic year.

The second...

01/11/2017 -

Gordon Barger, associate chief human resources officer for the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MMA), was appointed Cornell’s senior director of Benefit Services and Administration in mid-December.

Barger succeeded Paul Bursic, who retired from Cornell after leading Benefit Services for about 20 years....

01/11/2017 -

Are you a Cornell employee at the Statler or in Cornell dining or facilities who is interested in improving your skills in computers, English or career readiness?  Do you need assistance in preparing for the High School Equivalency exam, the United States Citizenship exam, the NEHA food...

01/11/2017 -

Buy tickets now for Cornell’s Winter Employee Celebration, to be held Jan. 28.

Tickets can be purchased through Jan. 19 at the Athletic Ticket Office in Bartels Hall (M-F 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) or call 255...

01/11/2017 -

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 for more information or to...

01/10/2017 -

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What is a decade?

In Bartels’ years, it is recognizing 58 Building Care staff with the Bartels Award for Custodial Service Excellence, and providing scholarships for 15 Building...

12/16/2016 -

ILR School elves filled a van Dec. 16 with gifts for about 100 children, as part of the Cornell University Elves Program, founded in 1989 to benefit elementary school students who are in greatest need. This year, ILR employees sponsored 139 children.

12/16/2016 -

This holiday season will be even merrier – and warmer - for nearly two dozen Geneva, New York, schoolchildren thanks to Cornell’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station (NYSAES).

Members of the station community sponsored 23 children from 12...

12/08/2016 -

This three-day event began Dec. 8 but continues with a Speed Carving Challenge Dec. 9, 5-9 p.m., when roughly a dozen of the country’s finest ice carvers, including national, world and Olympic champions, will complete detailed sculptures in just 20 minutes using a limited selection of tools.

Dec. 10,...

12/08/2016 -

The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County is raising funds through Dec. 15 to construct a small pavilion for harvesting rainwater for the Floral Avenue Community Garden, located in Ithaca’s west side.

The community garden is within walking distance of three low-to-moderate income apartment...

12/08/2016 -

Cornell Transportation and the City of Ithaca have transitioned to Parkmobile in place of metered parking for many of their previously metered pay-for-parking spaces.

Three years ago the university began to implement service by Parkmobile USA that lets students, faculty, staff and visitors pay for...

12/08/2016 -

Kara Miller, associate director in Cornell’s Office of Fraternities, Sororities and Independent Living, has been elected for a two-year term as president of the national Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA), 2017-19. Miller has served on the association’s board of directors since 2014 and also...

12/08/2016 -

The 2017 Cornell United Way Campaign has passed the halfway mark of its $750,000 goal for the 2016-17 academic year.

In a memo sent earlier this week, campaign co-chairs Andy Noel, the Meakem♦Smith Director of Athletics and Physical Education, and Kathy Zoner, chief of Cornell Police, announced that...

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