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First fall meeting of CU Women Lead is Oct. 29

CU Women Lead will start the fall meetings with a talk from Pat Wynn, on “Demystifying the Art of Networking,” Oct. 29, 3:30-4:30 p.m., in the Garden Room in Willard Straight Hall.

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Vote now for ‘People’s Choice’

Judges have chosen first-place winners for each category of photograph. Cornell faculty, staff, students and retirees have until Oct. 26 to vote for the best of these for "People's Choice."

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Cornell receives 2018 Green Power Leadership Award

Cornell was recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Center for Resource Solutions with the Leadership in Green Power Education Award Oct. 10.

Pollack thanks staff, reviews priorities in annual address

In her second annual address to staff, Cornell President Martha E. Pollack reviewed the university’s priorities, highlighted initiatives relevant to staff and fielded questions Oct. 9.

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Win over Harvard, BBQ highlight Employee Celebration

About 2,000 Cornell employees, retirees and their families enjoyed football and annual barbeque chicken and pasta at the fall Employee Celebration Oct. 6.

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Cornell leads higher ed as adoption-friendly workplace

Cornell is the highest-ranking university in the 12th annual list of 100 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces, the Dave Thompson Foundation for Adoption announced Oct. 3.

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CIT staff celebrated for years of service

Carl Moravec and Mariann Carpenter led CIT staff in years of service at a town hall meeting Sept. 13, having been with Cornell for 49 and 48 years, respectively. Another 13 CIT staffers celebrated a fifth-year anniversary of 25 or more years of service.

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President’s Address to Staff set for Oct. 9

Cornell President Martha E. Pollack will deliver the annual President’s Address to Staff Oct. 9, noon-1 p.m., in the Rhodes-Rawlings Auditorium, Klarman Hall.

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Botanic Gardens staffer connects people and plants

Now in her third year at Cornell Botanic Gardens as a horticulturist, Emily Detrick, MPS '16, spends her days connecting people with plants.

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