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Summer English classes with CLASP

Continue learning English over the summer through the Community Learning and Service Partnership.


Executives explore sustainable tourism at Pillsbury forum

Business executives discussed emerging directions in a sustainable tourism roundtable hosted by the Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship and the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise.

Campus Wi-Fi networks to be upgraded

Campus Wi-Fi networks will be upgraded Saturday morning, June 16, between 4 a.m. and noon. During this time, users might not be able to access the eduroam, Cornell-Visitor, or RedRover wireless networks.



Town hall on space and scheduling policies to be held June 6

A town-hall discussion of Cornell’s new and updated space policies will be held Wednesday, June 6, at 2 p.m. in 146 Stocking Hall, followed by an ice cream networking event.


Roper Center illuminates World War II issues

The world’s largest archive of public opinion data is embarking on a new project to explore what Americans believed and how they felt about events and people during World War II.


In new location, Language Resource Center gets new leadership

The Language Resource Center has a new leader and a new space on the ground floor of Stimson Hall.

Conference tackles wheat improvement via international collaboration

The Cornell-led Borlaug Global Rust Initiative Workshop brought together 333 wheat researchers from 51 countries.

World War II ace earns posthumous award from Cornell

John O'Neill, a World War II fighter pilot from the Class of 1943, was officially made a non-degree alumnus of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences in a ceremony held during Commencement Weekend.


Reunion 2018 offers tradition, timely events, fun

Cornell will celebrate Reunion 2018 June 7-10. Nearly 7,000 alumni, family members, and friends are registered to attend.

Media studies launches new initiatives

At Cornell, the field of media studies is flourishing, with new initiatives, new hires and new courses. 

Podcast looks at urban impact on environmental problems

"Cities Matter,” a new episode of the “What Makes Us Human” podcast series, asks whether environmental issues are urban problems and whether cities can have a positive impact on climate change.


Fulbright scholar engages with indigenous communities

Rebecca Macklin, a 2017-18 Fulbright visiting student researcher from the United Kingdom, spent the academic year at Cornell enhancing her indigenous studies research, taking classes and tutoring Onondaga Nation students.