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06/17/2016 -

Twenty-two staff members and their nominators were invited to a luncheon June 13 at the Statler Hotel for having received “kudos” from someone on campus who submitted that kudos to the Employee Assembly Kudos web site this year.  

Newly elected Chair of the Employee Assembly Ulysses Smith...

06/16/2016 -

The Downtown Ithaca Alliance announces the full schedule for the CFCU Summer Concert Series. Free and fun for the whole family, these musical performances will take place at 6 p.m. each Thursday, June 23-Sept. 15, at the Bernie Milton Pavilion on the Ithaca Commons (202 East State Street, Ithaca).

The...

06/16/2016 -

In 2016/17, Cornell Concert Series will continue its 113-year tradition of bringing world-class music to Ithaca. CCS presents top artists in Western classical music, jazz, and rich concert traditions from around the world, under new direction from manager Deborah Justice. All concerts at 8 p.m.

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06/16/2016 -

Cornell University’s School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions announces its 2016 summer events series. Free and open to the public, the series runs from June 28 to August 5 and features Tuesday performances in the Klarman Hall Auditorium, Wednesday lectures in Call Auditorium in Kennedy...

06/16/2016 -

Andy Noel, the Meakem*Smith Director of Athletics and Physical Education, and Police Chief Kathy Zoner will be the 2016-17 Cornell United Way Campus Campaign co-chairs.

Noel has already met with United Way of Tompkins County leadership and has begun to plan the next Cornell campaign.

“It is...

06/16/2016 -

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For the past three years, the R5 Operations staff and Endowed Zone moving crew have found new homes for more than 4,900 items, or 266 tons of...

06/15/2016 -

The Office of Community Relations has received the Presidential Excellence Award from the International Town Gown Association (ITGA) for initiatives developed over the past decade related to race, economic development and leadership....

06/14/2016 -

In late May, Cornell Information Technologies (CIT) celebrated several members of its staff who have been Cornell employees for ten or more years. All those recognized at the May 19 CIT Town Meeting were given a book and certificate and thanked for their dedication and commitment.

Particularly...

06/14/2016 -

At noon on June 9, Ithaca Commons visitors could add a new store to their shopping experience: The Cornell Store.

Officially opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, this new branch of The Cornell Store, at 102 E. State St., “provides a capstone on the last four years of public and private investment...

06/14/2016 -

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06/14/2016 -

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Staff from the College of Arts and Sciences celebrated the end of the academic year with their annual picnic on the Arts Quad Friday, June 3.

Keeping with the Star...

06/03/2016 -

In a workshop at the Tompkins County Cornell Cooperative Extension Education Center, June 15, 6:30-8:30 p.m., learn how to grow plants in partial shade. 

Perennial flowers, wildflowers, ferns, sedges and small shrubs, including some natives, can all be enjoyed in the dappled shade of trees, or...

06/03/2016 -

The Cornell Store will officially open on the Ithaca Commons at 102 East State Street June 9 at noon. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held with remarks from Mayor Svante Myrick and representatives of the City of Ithaca, The Downtown Ithaca Alliance and Cornell University. The community is invited to...

06/02/2016 -

This summer Cornell Cinema will present four classic films outdoors on the Willard Straight Terrace, all with a cash bar, complimentary snacks and a great view. Patrons are also welcome to bring picnic dinners. Doors will open at 8:15 p.m. and films will start at 9:30 p.m., after dark. In the event of rain...

06/02/2016 -

Take a walking tour with Cornell’s gorge stewards. Geology, glaciology, history and ecology are just some of the topics the stewards will cover. 

Learn about Cambrian rock formations and gaze at tens of millions of years of geologic history, or stand 100 feet over Horseshoe Falls. 

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06/02/2016 -

All faculty, staff and alumni veterans are invited to a reception, presentation and family-friendly walking tour of the various war memorials across campus and a special photography exhibition, “Innocent Souls: Vietnam 1968,” by Glenn Hoover, ’66 and ’68. The event will be held June 11, 3-5 p.m., at the Art...

06/02/2016 -

Register online in 
advance to attend the Cornell Supplier Show, June 9, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Ramin Room in Bartels Hall and be eligible for door prizes.

This year’s prizes include:

  • Four Delta airline tickets for domestic...
06/02/2016 -

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 of the 4-hr. classes on Excel 2016 scheduled for July or August.

To...

06/02/2016 -

Pine Tree Road between Maple Avenue and Route 366 will be closed to all traffic from June 13 to Aug. 18. Some lane closures may occur outside this period. Most remaining work will be completed by Sept. 30, and the project will finish up in early November.

This collaborative effort among Tompkins...

06/02/2016 -

The newly expanded 2016-17 Employee Assembly (EA) met June 1 to elect officers. The new chair of the EA is Ulysses Smith, lead diversity and inclusion strategist in the Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity.

Outgoing chair B.J. Siasoco, associate director for Young Alumni Programs, was...

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