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12/07/2016 -

“Baking bread – and cookies and pies”

The holiday season signals family gatherings, and family gatherings require home-baked treats. Find new and familiar recipes for cookies, pies, cakes, breads and more through Cornell’s Library.

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11/18/2016 -

Cornell Police will hold a child safety-seat inspection station Dec. 10, from 9 a.m. until noon, at the Cornell Grounds Department, 307 Palm Rd.

The Cornell Police will have trained child passenger safety technicians on site to provide instruction in the proper installation, use and maintenance of...

11/17/2016 -

Tech Training Spotlight

Want to learn how to be able to create tables and fields, and to query the database for specific information in Access?  Or how to create presentations, format slides, draw objects or add graphics in PowerPoint?  Register now for the ½-day Access 2016...

11/17/2016 -

Make a beautiful evergreen wreath to decorate your home for the holidays. Fresh-cut greens, ring, wires and ribbons are supplied. Bring any special decorating materials you like to personalize your wreath. Wear casual clothes and bring pruning shears, scissors and gloves. 

If you have never made...

11/17/2016 -

Christmas Vespers:  a Lessons and Carols service, will be held Dec. 4 and 5 at 7:30 p.m., Sage Chapel. Both services will be the same, sung by the Cornell University Chorus and Glee Club, but with traditional readings by different members of the Cornell community. The program features conductor...

11/17/2016 -

About 600 faculty and staff visited the booths, displays and seminars offered through this year’s Benefair, Nov. 9, in the Biotechnology Building.

Also attending were 15 outside vendors who could answer questions on their services available to Cornell employees : TIAA, Fidelity, VALIC, Voya, MetLife,...

11/17/2016 -

Cornell Law School is holding its second annual Estate Planning Clinic in the Spring of 2017. As it did last year, the clinic will assist those who do not have access to an estate planning attorney and will provide clients with a basic estate plan that includes a last will and testament, a living will...

11/17/2016 -

Now in its sixth year, the annual Cornell Town-Gown Awards (the TOGOs) will be held Saturday, Nov. 19, 9-11 a.m., at Ithaca High School’s Kulp Auditorium.

The event includes a holiday food drive led by Cornell students and an informal gathering with donuts, cider and music from Ithaca High students...

11/17/2016 -

The 2016 auction by the Emergency CARE (Cornellians Aiding and Responding to Employees) Fund raised $5,159.26. According to co-chair Michelle Eastman, Cornell University Library, a total of 170 items was sold: 206 bidders, placing a total of 1,646 bids, vied for a wide range of such items as tickets to...

11/17/2016 -

The health plan option transfer period for contract college (New York state) faculty and staff began Nov. 14 and ends Dec. 16, 2016, for coverage effective Jan. 5, 2017. To streamline the process this year, health plan changes will not require action in Workday. Now, employees must only submit PS404 New...

11/17/2016 -

Should Cornell’s academic calendar remain as is or be changed? Are breaks and study days optimally positioned to bring out the best in the students? Should the spring semester start earlier in order to create more summertime employment and academic opportunities for students? Should Commencement Weekend be...

11/16/2016 -

Today is the last day of the endowed open enrollment period, when endowed employees make changes to their healthcare plan or enroll in a medical or dependent care...

11/16/2016 -

Four Big Red women’s hockey players – sophomores Diana Buckley and Pippy Gerace, and freshmen Grace Graham...

11/16/2016 -

The Cornell University Board of Trustees Nov. 14 unanimously elected Martha E. Pollack, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of Michigan, Cornell’s 14th president. Pollack will assume the presidency April 17, 2017.

The board’s vote followed the selection of...

11/15/2016 -

PHOTO GALLERY

Interim President Hunter Rawlings and Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Mary G. Opperman recognized six award recipients – out of nearly 100 nominees – at the fourth...

11/03/2016 -

Anyone who watches birds or takes photos of them can enter this year's BirdSpotter contest run by ...

11/03/2016 -

A special free screening of the documentary Sonic Sea, hosted by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, will be shown Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. at Cornell Cinema, 104 Willard Straight Hall, Ithaca (Cornell main campus). Oceans are a sonic symphony. Sonic Sea...

11/03/2016 -

See Photo Gallery for Winning Costumes

About 25 staffers dressed in costume for this year’s Halloween Happenings, held Oct. 31 at the Cornell Cinema, Willard Straight Hall, including one team of eight...

11/03/2016 -

A free public conversation with some of Cornell’s experts in veterinary science and medicine will be held Nov. 9, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Baker Institute for Animal Health, 235 Hungerford Hill Road, to address animal behavior problems.

Animal specialist Pam Perry, DVM ’85, Ph.D. ’11 will discuss cat...

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