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Summer interns enhance life in New York communities

From Buffalo to Long Island, the North Country to the Southern Tier, Cornell undergraduates – serving as interns – spent their summer enhancing life in New York.

Cornell dots research collaboration leads to $10M cancer center

Cornell University, in partnership with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, is opening a new $10 million MSKCC-Cornell Center for Translation of Cancer Nanomedicines. The center is based on development of nanoparticles called C dots.

Ithaca-NYC synergies present unparalleled opportunities

Cornell President Elizabeth Garrett heralded a future of greater collaboration between Ithaca and New York City at a Sept. 21 reception in honor of her inauguration as the university’s 13th president.

Biomed engineering symposium honors Meinig family

Researchers described their cutting-edge research at a biomedical engineering symposium, “Understanding and Treating Disease: Inspirations from Womb to Tomb,” on campus Sept. 16.

Festive inaugural picnic brings community together

Thousands flocked to the Ag Quad Friday for a picnic to celebrate the inauguration of Elizabeth Garrett. The hard work of Cornell Dining and a number of local businesses resulted in a feast for all who came.

Garrett cites Cornell and 'Ithaka' spirit as lifetime journeys

Cornell University is a state of mind, and both a beginning and a destination, much like the "Ithaka" of C.P. Cavafy's poem about Ulysses' journey home, said President Elizabeth Garrett at her inauguration as Cornell's 13th president.

President Garrett reflects on priorities, inauguration

President Elizabeth Garrett sat down with Cornell Chronicle editors last month to share her thoughts on her inauguration and priorities for the coming year. Garrett will be installed as the university's 13th president Friday, Sept. 18.

Alumna named chief of general internal medicine at WCMC

Monika Safford, M.D. ’86, has been named chief of the Division of General Internal Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.

Startup to take Weill Cornell endoscopic tools to market

Minimally Invasive New Technologies Program (MINT) at Weill Cornell Medical College teamed with entrepreneurs to establish Lumendi, a start-up producing endoscopic tools for gastrointestinal surgery.