Cornell Agriculture and Food Technology Park welcomes first tenants as facility is dedicated

A federal agency and four start-up businesses are the first tenants at the Cornell Agriculture and Food Technology Park, in Geneva, N.Y., which was dedicated Nov. 16. (November 16, 2005)

Cornell harvest brings healthy food by the ton to needy dinner tables

This harvest season, families across the Southern Tier have received 81 tons of fresh fruits and vegetables thanks to faculty and staff at Cornell University's Homer C. Thompson Farm in Freeville. (November 15, 2005)

Traffic issues drive discussion at first open forum on sustainability

Traffic and parking issues were at the top of the agenda for the first open forum on sustainability at Cornell on Nov. 8. The discussion, sponsored by the University Assembly, was the first of six planned summits to focus on creating a culture of sustainability throughout campus. (November 15, 2005)

From bullying to drugs, award-winning workshops offer insight into issues youth workers face

Sex, drugs and alcohol. These are among the youth-oriented issues being discussed in Connecting with Kids workshops, an award-winning program run by Cornell Cooperative Extension. (November 15, 2005)

'Teaching Vietnam: War and Culture' events roll out Nov. 10

An exhibit of archival materials related to the Vietnam War as well as talks, films and a conference for teachers sponsored by the Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) at Cornell is being held Nov. 10 and 11. (November 9, 2005)

Film 'Love and Diane' inspires symposium on clinical family issues

A former Cornell graduate student's documentary film of an impoverished Brooklyn family is the catalyst for a symposium addressing societal, legal, cultural and clinical issues affecting millions of Americans daily.

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.

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?

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.