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Warren named assistant dean of engineering alumni affairs

On June 1, Kathi Warren became assistant dean for alumni affairs and development in the College of Engineering. (June 21, 2010)

Experts to Cornell: Maintain temporary bridge barriers for now, promote 'caring and safety' to deter suicide

A consultant's report on suicide prevention emphasizes caring and safety, including the need for temporary physical bridge barriers. (June 17, 2010)

Fennie receives U.S. Army funding to investigate new, greener storage materials

The assistant professor of applied and engineering physics has received a three-year, $150,000 Young Investigator Award from the Army Research Office Materials Science Program. (June 17, 2010)

Memorial slated July 10 to celebrate lives of Genia and Andreas Albrecht

The family of the late Andreas and Genia Albrecht, professor of chemistry and senior lecturer in biochemistry, respectively, will hold a memorial event, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. in Ithaca, July 10. (June 16, 2010)

Simone Pinet wins Guggenheim fellowship

Simone Pinet in the Department of Romance Studies will research medieval Spanish literature with a 2010 Latin American and Caribbean Fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. (June 15, 2010)

Kindness is free and turns a profit, business guru Tom Peters '64 says in Olin Lecture

Good business is the result of kindness, courtesy and sweating the details, Tom Peters '64 said in the Olin Lecture given June 11 at Bailey Hall. (June 12, 2010)

Self-described optimist Sandy Weill sees better times ahead

The last few years have been trying for the financial industry, said banker and philanthropist Sanford Weill '55, but with strong leadership and smarter regulation, signs point toward a steady recovery. (June 12, 2010)

Faculty members give alumni an overview of global politics

Three Cornell faculty members gave alumni their thoughts on international politics as part of Reunion Weekend on June 11. (June 12, 2010)

Cornell expert advocates energy conservation first

Cornell geologist Richard Allmendinger '75 lectured on solutions to the world's closely related climate and energy problems June 11 in Snee Hall during Reunion Weekend. (June 12, 2010)