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'When we find our line of sight, then work becomes more than a job'

In a Cornell Perspectives piece, Vice President for Human Resources Mary George Opperman talks about how the university's staff contributes to Cornell's 'bold ideas and big aspirations.' (Jan. 25, 2008)

Ray Dalton recognized for multicultural professional service

Ray Dalton, executive director of Cornell's Office of Minority Educational Affairs, was recently awarded the William H. Myers Multicultural Professional Service Award for his work in multicultural affairs at Cornell. (Jan. 24, 2008)

Cornell adopts new lactation policy

Human Resources has recently added a policy to allow regular staff members and student employees to request time away from work to express breast milk following the birth of a child. (Jan. 22, 2008)

From Sinatra to Spice Girls: Understanding four generations in the workplace

In a Cornell Perspectives piece, 21-year-old Cornell alumna Natalia Avalos discusses the qualities of various generations in the workplace. (Jan. 15, 2008)

Cornell receives 'best employer' recognition by AARP and Working Mother magazine

Once again AARP has placed Cornell on its list of 'Best Employers for Workers Over 50,' and Working Mother magazine named CU to its '100 Best Companies' for working mothers. (Sept. 25, 2007)

Cornell receives federal award for efforts in area of equal employment opportunity

Cornell was one of five organizations awarded an Equal Employment Opportunity Award for demonstrated exemplary efforts in achieving equal employment opportunity in the workplace. (May 21, 2007)

Cornell named a top employer for working mothers

Working Mother magazine today (Sept. 25) named Cornell a "2006 Working Mother 100 Best Company."

Fifth anniversary of Open Doors, Open Hearts, Open Minds

A week of events starting Sept. 26 will mark the fifth anniversary of the adoption of the Open Doors, Open Hearts and Open Minds statement on diversity, tolerance and inclusiveness at Cornell.

Cornell's summer day camp for children is accepting registrations for 1997 season

ITHACA, N.Y. -- Cornell University's summer day camp for children of employees is now accepting registrations for the 1997 season. University Summer Day Camp will be held June 24 through Aug. 15, in two-week sessions. Attendance is limited to children who will enter grades one through eight this fall. Camp director Dick Taylor said the 1997 University Summer Day Camp will have its headquarters in the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house on the corner of Campus Road and Stewart Avenue, but "the entire Cornell campus will be the 'campground' where campers explore, learn about the exciting things happening around campus and, most importantly, have a fun-filled summer."