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Young Cornellians shed light on the student experience at Reunion

President Martha E. Pollack engaged Maiquela Richards '18 and Troy Anderson '19 in a question-and-answer session June 9 in Bailey Hall as part of Reunion Weekend. 

250 staff honored at 63rd Service Recognition Dinner

At the 63rd annual Service Recognition Dinner June 5, Cornell President Martha E. Pollack and Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Mary Opperman paid tribute to 250 staff members who began working at Cornell 25, 30, 35, 40 or more years ago.


Vet College celebrates completion of class expansion project

After five years of construction, the class expansion of the College of Veterinary Medicine was celebrated June 5.

Eight new trustees elected to Cornell board

At its May 26 meeting, the Cornell Board of Trustees elected three new trustees to four-year terms; four others were elected by constituent groups.

Carpenter Advising Awards presented to four faculty members

Four Cornell faculty members received Kendall S. Carpenter Memorial Advising Award for sustained and distinguished contributions to undergraduate advising.

Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate submits final reports

President Martha E. Pollack thanked the Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate June 8 after the group submitted its final recommendations. Pollack said her leadership team will review the recommendations over the coming weeks.

How can societies become law-abiding? Kaushik Basu has some suggestions

One of the world’s leading economists, Kaushik Basu, has written a new book that offers an innovative methodology for doing law and economics. Rooted in game theory, it could help make more effective laws and a fairer society.

Prison education program graduates 16 at Five Points

Cayuga Community College conferred 16 associate's degrees to Five Points Correctional Facility inmates in the Cornell Prison Education Program at a ceremony May 24, where nine Cornell Certificates in Liberal Arts were also awarded.

Cornell studies to protect Great Lakes coastal regions

Three grants from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration will aid Cornell coastal science research projects along the Great Lakes.