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06/26/2015 -

Steve Johnson, former Cornell vice president of government and community relations was recognized with the State University of New York Council for University Advancement (SUNYCUAD) Educational Achievement Award at the council’s annual meeting June 3 in Rochester, New York.

This goes to an individual...

06/25/2015 -

One of the benefits of working at Cornell is the opportunity to learn and grow through degree programs, classes, workshops, lectures and online tutorials. Staff members considering one of these options or otherwise expanding their learning opportunities will find the Cornell University Library to be an...

06/24/2015 -

Cornell Outdoors Education (COE) offers two tree-climbing classes this summer. 

Tree Climbing Youth Program –Held June 29 -July 2, for youth ages 8-16, COE’s one-of-a-kind Tree Climbing Youth Program introduces participants to the basics of technical tree...

06/24/2015 -

New Roots Charter School is now enrolling for the 2015-2016 school year for grades 9-12. Located in downtown Ithaca, New Roots is a small public high school offering a tuition-free, college preparatory program to New York State students living in any school district in the region.

New Roots offers an...

06/24/2015 -

Keep your eye out for great photo ops this summer. The 33rd annual Photography Contest will be held August 15-October 9, 2015. All Cornell staff, faculty, students, alumni and retirees are eligible to enter.

Cornell staff, faculty, students, alumni and retirees can submit up to four entries, one in...

06/24/2015 -

The Cornell Public Service Center, partnering with the Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives and the Ithaca City School District (ISCD), will use a New York State Department of Education Science Technology Entry Program (STEP...

06/24/2015 -

4-H urban outreach summer program

Registration is now open for this summer program, open to children 5 -19 yrs. old, offered by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County. The program is held for five weeks, July 6-Aug. 6, Mon.-Thurs., 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m. at the...

06/24/2015 -

Cornell University's Summer College for High School Students invites area high school students, their families, teachers and guidance counselors to the Summertime College Fair. This free event will be held July 20, 4-6 p.m., in Barton Hall.

Admissions officers from more than 50 colleges and...

06/24/2015 -

Summer may just be beginning, but the Backpack Program is gearing up already and has begun collecting backpacks and donations toward backpacks for school children this September.

What to do: simply buy a backpack, fill it with supplies (see list below) and drop it off to Maureen Brull, 395 Pine Tree...

06/24/2015 -

The 17th Annual Staff Development Day will be held July 22 in the Physical Sciences Building (note: this is a new location). 

The workshops and exhibits at Staff Development Day give Cornell employees opportunities to invest in their personal and professional growth and well-being. The day's...

06/24/2015 -

Want to gain skills in Excel?  Whether you want to learn the basics, manage data, work with charts, pivot tables, or graphs, or create dashboards, there are basic, intermediate, and advanced classes available. Register now for either the two-hour workshops or four-hour classes on Excel 2013 scheduled...

06/23/2015 -

Cornell Information Technologies celebrated more than 50 staff who have been Cornell employees for between 10 and 46 years, June 10. All those recognized were given a book and certificate. Staff with more than 25 years of service were individually honored and shared memories of their time at the university...

06/23/2015 -

PHOTO GALLERY

More than 1,100 Cornell employees, 109 suppliers and staff from Cornell Procurement Services gathered in Barton Hall June 10 for the 2015 annual Cornell Supplier Show, hosted by Procurement Services. The...

06/23/2015 -

PHOTO GALLERY

A project management system that will improve communications regarding the status of building and construction projects across campus soon will be implemented, thanks to those who...

06/23/2015 -

PHOTO GALLERY

About 50 Cornell staff or faculty who formally extended kudos to a staff member through the Employee Assembly (EA) web site and the staff members receiving those kudos...

06/11/2015 -

Volunteer registration is now open for the Annual United Way Day of Action on Friday, June 19.
 
This year, the United Way of Tompkins County (UWTC) will coordinate volunteer projects throughout Tompkins County on Friday, June 19.  Projects include landscaping and gardening at the Ithaca...

06/11/2015 -

An architectural tour celebrating the 100th anniversary of Cayuga Heights will showcase eight properties June 13, noon-4 p.m., giving participants a rare glimpse into some of the region’s most notable older homes.

These include Marcham Hall – former home of Dorothy Cornell, Ezra’s granddaughter – the...

06/11/2015 -

Showing at the Willard Straight Hall Terrace June 24, 8:15-11:15 p.m., the Grand Budapest Hotel features the tale of Gustave H. (Ralph Fiennes), a concierge at the titular plush hotel in the fictional European republic of Zubrowka in 1932. Outdoor terrace screenings include a cash bar, complimentary snacks...

06/11/2015 -

The Ethel Zoe Bailey Horticultural Catalogue Collection in Mann Library’s Special Collection is preserving cultural, historic, and scientifically valuable information in more than 130,000 seed and nursery catalogs, many now on display in the Mann Library lobby during library hours, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., through...

06/11/2015 -

Local high school students are encouraged to apply for the Cornell International Summer Debate Camp, Aug. 2-9. The camp, for students ages 13-18, teaches both basic and advanced debating. Campers come from a range of debate backgrounds around the world, ranging from absolute novices to highly...

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