Unveiling details of the strategic planning process, dubbed 'Reimagining Cornell,' Provost Kent Fuchs said the two-phase plan will first look at how to downsize and reorganize the university and, second, envision its future.
Joe Buttino, a Cornell employee for 56 years, retires June 30. He served in World War II, attended Cornell, studied under Vladimir Nabokov and has served Cornell presidents going back to Deane Malott. (June 30, 2009)
As the West Campus House System's top administrator, Dugan has moved along the $200 million project from its inception in 1998. With West Campus now complete, she says, 'It's not a bad time to go.' (June 30, 2009)
A Cornell student who graduated in December won the top prize at an international conference for a dress she designed and created while a student. The dress features 2,000 shell buttons. (June 19, 2009)
Hugh Price recently returned from a CNFA Farmer-to-Farmer volunteer assignment to Malawi, where he worked with farmers, exporters and entrepreneurs to assess the country's horticulture industry. (June 19, 2009)
The Cornell Council for the Arts announced painter James Siena '79 will receive the 2009-10 Eissner Artist of the Year Award, and Dorian Bandy '10 the annual Cornell Undergraduate Artist Award. (June 16, 2009)
The Kiwanis Club of Ithaca cited Curtis S. Ostrander, chief of Cornell University Police, for having significantly improved his department's morale and introduced innovative initiatives since becoming chief in 2005. (June 16, 2009)