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Gorge safety highlighted in new signage, student awareness efforts

New trail signage and a requirement for new students to watch Cornell's online gorge safety video are meant to facilitate emergency responses and curtail swimming, going off trail or engaging in other risky practices in Ithaca's gorges.

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Special election will fill employee-elected trustee term

Staff members are invited to become candidates for the position of employee-elected trustee at Cornell and fill two years of an unexpired four-year term. 

Cornell promotes National Bike Month with contest

All members of the Cornell community (staff, faculty, students, retirees, spouses/partners) can participate in a month-long biking contest in May by submitting a prize entry form for each day in the month they ride.

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Diane Bradac helps employees manage work/life challenges

Diane Bradac, work/life consultant in human resources, speaks passionately about supporting Cornell employees and creating a workplace in which self-care is not only possible, but a priority.

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Improve web accessibility with Siteimprove

Siteimprove is a simple, yet powerful tool available to Cornell faculty and staff that evaluates the accessibility of websites and suggests how to improve them.

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Office professionals model commitment and devotion to work

Office professionals were commended for their professionalism, dedication and commitment to their work at the 30th Jennie T. Farley Office Professionals Program April 25 in Barton Hall.

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Podcast explores human health, the environment

"Planetary Health” explores complex relationships between health and human interaction with the environment.

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HR’s Artibee, Joseph receive community awards

Michelle Artibee received the Advocacy Center’s 2018 Community Partner Ally Award May 1. Cassie Pierre Joseph will be recognized by Tompkins Trust Co. with the James J. Byrnes Award for Excellence May 21.

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Good planning results in accessible campus events, ADA coordinator says

Web resources and university officials can assist with event planning to help ensure that events are accessible to all.

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