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08/03/2015 -

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Even the rain could not stop the fun of the Office of Vice Provost of Research’s (OVPR) annual summer carnival, July 30.  Held inside the main atrium and second floor of Weill Hall,...

08/03/2015 -

Talyse Hampton, project associate in administrative human resources at Cornell, has recently entered an online competition to perform the National Anthem at the NYS Fair. A vocalist and instrumentalist, she has performed at athletic events at Cornell, Binghamton and Syracuse Universities and Wells College,...

07/29/2015 -

PHOTO GALLERY

More than 800 Cornell staff members enjoyed free ice cream and fruit at the latest of the High Five Employee Recognition Program events, July 23. The warm weather treats were...

07/29/2015 -

PHOTO GALLERY

According to several of the event’s participants, this year’s Staff Development Day, July 22, was “the best yet.” The event, highlighting staff career development opportunities on and off-campus, was...

07/27/2015 -

Get ready to submit photos for the 33rd annual Photography Contest, to be held August 15-Oct. 9. All Cornell staff, faculty, students, alumni and retirees are eligible to enter and can submit up to four entries, one in each of their choice of nine categories: Adults, Animals, Cornell (any location), Humor,...

07/27/2015 -

2015 Open garden tour

This one-day tour of five private gardens, Aug. 1, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., features water elements; shade, edible and themed gardens; a working water wheel; lotus pond and garden art. Gardens are in Ithaca, West Danby and Spencer. Cost: $7 per garden. Co-sponsored by...

07/27/2015 -

Reminder: With Back to School sales for the fall semester, it is easy to participate in the Backpack Program, providing new backpacks and school supplies for area school children in need.

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

07/27/2015 -

It's time once again to prepare for a new class of Cornellians! The 2015 New Student Check-In will be held Aug. 21, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. in Barton Hall.

This event wouldn't be possible without the help of volunteers. With shifts ranging from 3 hours to all-day, there are many ways to be involved. There is...

07/27/2015 -

The Green Parking Council (GPC) announced Cornell's Forest Home Garage is the first university garage in the U.S. to achieve Green Garage Certification (GGC), a comprehensive sustainability standard for existing and new parking facilities evaluating 48...

07/27/2015 -

In a world increasingly dominated by digital personal assistants (think iPhone’s “Siri”), wearable technology and 3-D printers, the next epic tech innovation at Cornell comes from an unlikely source: the workplace snack.

Since Cornell is at the forefront of so much cutting-edge technology, it should...

07/27/2015 -

Michael I. Kotlikoff, the Austin O. Hooey Dean of Veterinary Medicine since 2007, will be Cornell University’s next provost, President Elizabeth Garrett announced July 16. Kotlikoff will assume the office Aug. 1.

“Mike demonstrates deep knowledge of...

07/02/2015 -

An exhibition hockey game, “Racker Rivals Big Red,” will be held July 11 at Lynah Rink to benefit individuals with disabilities in the local community. You can contribute by participating in any of the event's activities:

  • Through July 3: Enter a sweepstakes on the...
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...

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