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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 -

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

03/23/2017 -

The search for the next University Librarian has generated much interest and yielded an excellent pool of candidates representing diverse backgrounds and academic disciplines. The search committee concluded preliminary interviews last month and has invited three finalists to campus for meetings with the...

03/23/2017 -

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. The deadlines for incurring expenses for eligible 2016 medical or dependent care have passed.

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03/23/2017 -

The Cornell Store will be closed Wednesday, April 5, for an annual inventory. Both banks, Tompkins Trust Company and CFCU Community Credit Union, will be open regular hours that day, but bank patrons must enter the store via the Ho Plaza entrance.

Make note of the following additional closures:

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03/23/2017 -

Registration for Cornell’s 2017 Bring a Child to Work Day will open Thursday, March 30, at 9 a.m. The event will be held April 27 and is open to children ages 8-16. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

A list of sessions is...

03/23/2017 -

Editor’s note: The article below captures just a sampling of the work staff performed to keep essential functions operating across Cornell’s Ithaca campus during last week’s snowstorm.

PHOTO GALLERY...

03/16/2017 -

The Soup & Hope talk that was to be held March 16 at noon in Sage Chapel has been postponed until March 23 at noon in Sage Chapel. Frances Yufen Lee Mehta, senior lecturer of Chinese Mandarin in the Department of Asian Studies, will be the presenter.

The last Soup & Hope talk of the 2017...

03/09/2017 -

Zoom is Cornell's web and video conferencing service, provided free of charge for current faculty, staff, students and affiliates at all Cornell campuses. Attendees of Zoom meetings do not need to be affiliated with Cornell...

03/09/2017 -

Plant Based Eating: Vegan and Gluten Free Cooking Demo

Whether you are a vegan or just want to cook like one, you will learn three delicious plant-based dishes at this workshop, March 10, noon-1 p.m., Martha Van Rensselaer Hall – one entree, one side, and one dessert – that you can...

03/09/2017 -

The Cornell University Partners in Sustainability Awards (CUPSA) recognize individuals and teams who have exemplified the sustainability values of Cornell, made significant and notable contributions to the sustainable development and social equity of the Cornell campus, or displayed outstanding partnership...

03/09/2017 -

Those who love dance, no matter the genre or skill, are invited to sign up now for the Fifth Annual Dancing for a Cause Fundraiser, to be held April 1 to raise funds for the Crisisline and The Chat of Suicide Prevention and Crisis Service.

Every year, the Crisisline of Suicide...

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