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Celebrated architect Peter Eisenman to 'star' at Cornell reunion, in video, gallery and in person

Internationally renowned architect Peter Eisenman will be on campus to celebrate his 50th reunion at Cornell University this weekend. The winner of numerous architectural awards, Eisenman '54 earned his B.Arch. degree at Cornell's College of Architecture, Art and Planning. (June 10, 2004)

Cornell faculty members Yuri Berest and Christiane Linster are selected for Sloan Foundation Research Fellowships

Two members of the Cornell faculty have been selected to receive Sloan Foundation Research Fellowships, the Sloan Foundation has announced. They are Yuri Berest, assistant professor of mathematics, and Christiane Linster, assistant professor of neurobiology and behavior.

Public workshop to launch Cornell's cutting-edge Internet art journal Ctheory Multimedia April 20 and 21

A collaborative workshop drawing from the disciplines of art, science, and computing will be held April 20 and 21 to launch Cornell Library's sponsorship of the Internet art journal Ctheory Multimedia , a semi-annual collection of electronic art and theory to be published this spring.

Poet Ruth Stone to read from her works at Cornell April 19

Celebrated poet Ruth Stone will read from her works at Cornell for the Creative Writing Program's biannual Chasen Poetry Reading Thursday, April 19, at 4 p.m. in the Hollis E. Cornell Auditorium of Goldwin Smith Hall.

Herbert F. Johnson Museum receives $25,000 NEA grant

The National Endowment for the Arts has awarded $25,000 to the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art for its popular Objects and Their Makers: New Insights educational kits for area schools. The program introduces schoolchildren and their teachers to the arts of other cultures.

Singer-songwriter Sam Shaber starts new Willard Straight series, April 24

To kick off the Lauren Pickard '90 Emerging Artist Series at Cornell, the campus's Willard Straight Hall will be showcasing a rising star, Sam Shaber, who has been called "the soul of New York folk."

May 4 art show, auction, banquet and distinguished lecturer will help kick off Mental Health Month

The toll of mental illness is staggering, afflicting some 20 million Americans. The costs of schizophrenia alone are $33 billion a year, according to the National Association in Research in Schizophrenia and Depression.

Archaeologist Andrew Ramage strikes gold again with new book

Cornell archaeologist Andrew Ramage was a Harvard University graduate student when he struck gold at an excavation site in Sardis, Turkey, in 1968. Ramage's detective work led to a one-of-a-kind discovery: a gold refinery that belonged to legendary Lydian emperor King Croesus, the world's first "millionaire."

Nabokov butterflies, Joyce manuscript among exhibit's 'hidden treasures'

Butterflies caught by Vladimir Nabokov, a manuscript scrawled by James Joyce and an assortment of brains, bird songs, fossils, fish and flowers are all part of the many object collections Cornell owns.