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Buying for university-related business is simplified

Effective Feb. 1, the limits on e-SHOP transactions and university bids will be raised.

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Institute helps staff help students succeed in community engagement

Staff and university leaders met Jan. 25 in the Biotechnology Building to learn skills for engaging with the local community, as part of the Community Engaged Staff Institute held by the Office of Engagement Initiatives.  

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Cornell United Way campaign wraps up with thanks and an auction

As the formal 2017-18 Cornell United Way Campaign wraps up, President Martha Pollack and campaign co-chairs Andy Noel and Kathy Zoner thank campus participants for helping area residents in need.

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Networking to improve food justice and food security, Jan. 31

Greenstar and Cornell Cooperative Extension are hosting a gathering and meal to encourage networking among local food providers and others interested in supporting food justice and food security, Jan. 31.

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Tickets on sale for trip to Philadelphia March 10

Tickets are now on sale for a bus trip to Philadelphia, March 10, timed to coincide with the Philadelphia Flower Show.

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Paychecks to reflect federal tax reform changes

As a result of tax reform passed by Congress in December, changes to the amount of federal tax withheld will be reflected in the Jan. 31 paycheck of Cornell employees paid semimonthly and Feb. 8 for those paid biweekly.

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‘Your mindset matters,’ says Wehling at Soup & Hope

Liz O’Dell Wehling, assistant director of reunion giving for the Cornell Annual Funds, opened the 2018 series of Soup & Hope talks with what she has learned about having a positive, confident mindset.

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Laura Lewis, Common Council, to speak at Soup & Hope Feb. 1

Laura Lewis, a former Cornell staff member who serves on the Common Council for the City of Ithaca’s Fifth Ward, will speak at the next Soup & Hope event, Feb. 1, noon-1 p.m., Sage Chapel.

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Elves Program benefits children for 27th year

More than 1,000 children from 32 participating area schools received gifts of clothing, toys and other items over winter break through the 2017 Elves Program, with an additional 16 children sponsored by staff from the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station at Geneva.

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