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Planners lead mapping workshop for community nonprofits

On April 15, a workshop for nonprofit groups organized by Michelle M. Thompson, a visiting lecturer in Cornell's Department of City and Regional Planning, took place at Albert R. Mann Library.

Dennis Ross, former ambassador and negotiator, presents lecture, 'Finding the Missing Peace? The Middle East in 2005,' on April 27

Dennis B. Ross, the former U.S. ambassador and Washington's chief peace negotiator in the Middle East, will discuss "Finding the Missing Peace? The Middle East in 2005," this year's Bartels World Affairs Fellowship lecture.

Pritzker architecture prize laureate Rem Koolhaas to speak at Cornell April 25

Rem Koolhaas, considered one of the most innovative architects in the world today, will speak at Cornell April 25 about his recent work.

Summit pulls together what Cornell should pursue in quest to be more sustainable

How can the Cornell campus do more when it comes to energy efficiency, recycling, reducing pollution, preserving green areas and other efforts that promote sustainability?

Book by Cornell sociologist explores who goes to college and why

Who goes to college and why? The answer is important because education is an ever-important predictor for labor market success. Yet, social scientists know very little about the complex reasons why some students prepare to go to college and others do not.

Cornell Feline Follies slated for Saturday, April 23

The Feline Club at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine will hold its annual Feline Follies Saturday, April 23, 2005, from 1 to 5 p.m. in the atrium of the veterinary college.

'The Digital Download Strikes Back' forum participants agree to disagree

A group of experts on peer-to-peer file sharing managed to agree on one thing last night: that having people obtain intellectual property without compensating the creators is not a good thing.

Cornell undergraduates awarded Udall Scholarships

Two undergraduates have won Udall Scholarship. They are Shoshannah Lenski, a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences, and Lena Samsonenko, a junior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

Two juniors receive Truman, Goldwater scholarships

Cornell juniors receive Truman, Goldwater scholarships. Junior Elisabeth Becker, double major in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been selected to receive a Harry S. Truman Foundation Scholarship, and Kevin Joon-Ming Huang, a junior in the College of Engineering, has won a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.