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Cornell's China and Asia-Pacific Studies program announces new leadership

A new acting director, Xin Xu, and assistant director, Patrick W. Deegan, took leadership positions in Cornell's China and Asia-Pacific Program July 1. (July 24, 2008)

Cornell Hillel students reach out to Ukrainian Jews

Cornell Hillel students traveled to Ukraine June 15 for a nine-day service trip to serve elderly and disabled Jews, many of whom live in poverty. (July 24, 2008)

Green Party VP nominee holds Cornell graduate degree

Rosa A. Clemente, who received a master of professional studies degree from Cornell in 2002, has been named the 2008 vice presidential candidate by the Green Party. Her running mate is Cynthia McKinney. (July 16, 2008)

Einaudi Center names new program directors

The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies has announced the appointment of five program directors whose terms began July 1. (July 16, 2008)

Skorton to serve on Chronicle of Higher Ed/New York Times higher education cabinet

President David Skorton has accepted a position on the Chronicle of Higher Education/New York Times Higher Education Cabinet, a community of 57 college and university presidents and chancellors. (July 11, 2008)

Skorton to chair Business-Higher Education Forum

Cornell President David Skorton has been elected chair for a two-year term. The national organization works to advance innovative solutions to U.S. education challenges. (July 10, 2008)

New department chairs appointed in Arts and Sciences

New department chairs and program directors in Cornell's College of Arts and Sciences took their posts July 1. (July 9, 2008)

Skorton to next U.S. president: Universities are effective diplomatic assets

In a new book of essays by higher education leaders, Cornell President David Skorton advises the next president of the United States to use American higher education to help solve world problems. (July 8, 2008)

Library names Dean Krafft chief technology strategist

Dean Krafft, a veteran of the computer science department, has been named the first chief technology strategist for Cornell University Library. (July 7, 2008)