'Tea-lightful reading'
02/11/2016 -

Attend any meeting on campus and odds are there will be a cluster of people around the hot water carafe, steeping tea. Those looking for fresh conversation material to use the next time their tea is steeping can find a wide variety of resources at Cornell University Library.

Books about the...

Career/Life column
02/11/2016 -

Caregiving workshops and in-unit wellness sessions are highlighted this week:

Caregiver Support & Education Network

The next meeting of the Caregiver Support & Education Network will be Feb. 18, noon-1 p.m., in 221 Weill Hall.

Are you providing care for an adult family member, spouse, or friend? Caregiver meetings are held the third...

Fermented foods, advanced care
01/28/2016 -

Cooking demonstration: Fermented foods

This lively class will be held Feb. 12, noon-1 p.m., in 360 Martha Van Rensselaer Hall. Erin Harner, RDN and Wellness staff member, will show how to make three traditional fermented foods at home: sauerkraut, yogurt and kombucha. Harner is an avid fermenter and will talk about the health benefits of these foods. Samples...

Lab of Ornithology upcoming events
01/28/2016 -

Monday seminar

The Cayuga Bird Club will meet Feb. 8, doors opening at 7 p.m., with a club meeting and public talk beginning at 7:30 p.m. All are invited and welcome, but seating is limited.

This week, the free talk, by Eduardo E. Iñigo Elias, Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, will focus on “Birds and Birding in Cuba: from Zuzuncito to Guantanamo...

Upcoming February 2016 workshops
01/27/2016 -

Cornell University Library offers a wide variety of workshops designed to assist patrons in developing skills in library research, information management and computer applications. These workshops are free and open to registered Cornell students, faculty and staff. Below are the workshop offerings for February 2016:

Feb. 1, 4:30 p.m.: Introduction to Bloomberg, Mann Library...

ScrumMaster certification
01/27/2016 -

Interested in learning about Scrum and Agile methodologies?  This two-day course is designed to cover all the basics of Scrum so you can begin to fulfill the Scrum Master role. Register now for the ScrumMaster Certification class scheduled for Mar. 14-15. 

An online exam voucher is...

TechTalk on Outlook
01/14/2016 -

Want to learn how to use the basic search, create virtual folders with search folders; and how to sort, filter, and group information, among other search tools in Outlook?  Register now for the new workshop 'Outlook: Quick and Easy Ways to Find Messages' scheduled for February 17.

To receive training announcements, send an email with the subject: join to IT-Training-L-...

Emergency and disaster planning for elders
01/14/2016 -

A free workshop on emergency and disaster planning for elders will be held January 21, noon-1 p.m., at 221 Weill Hall. Beth Harrington, EMT-P and assistant director for Tompkins County Department of Emergency Response, will present this workshop to help you plan ahead, prepare for disaster and protect your and your loved one's life.

Emergencies and disasters can strike...

TechTalk on OneNote
12/30/2015 -

Want to learn how to create and manage shared notebooks, develop OneNote pages, and add other content to a OneNote page?  Register now for the NEW OneNote Team Collaboration workshop scheduled for Feb. 19.  If you are more interested in learning the overall basics of OneNote, register now for the 1-day OneNote 2013 class scheduled for Jan. 11.

To receive training...

End of semester workshops
11/19/2015 -

Sharing holiday food traditions
From Halloween to New Year’s traditions, food is a popular way to show people how much we love and appreciate them. Share the love and your dish by joining Cornell Wellness for a Healthy Aging (all ages welcome) dish-to-pass, Nov. 23, noon-1 p.m., Helen Newman Hall, classroom. When you register, include the recipe of the dish...