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Near Eastern studies offers Middle East series to local teachers

A new initiative by the Near Eastern studies department to provide continuing education opportunities for local K-12 teachers launched Sept. 26.

Pick up free book, participate in discussion of modern tyranny

A panel discussion and community read of “On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century" will be held Oct. 30.

Cornell, community partners reflect on engagement for the greater good

Provost Michael Kotlikoff led a panel of faculty and community partners Oct. 20 to discuss the benefits of collaborative work and community efforts engaging students in addressing local and global public health challenges.

Town-gown Resource Fair to be held Oct. 27

Open to the public, the fourth annual Town-Gown Resource Fair will be held Oct. 27, from 8:30 to 11 a.m. at the Tompkins-Seneca-Tioga (TST) BOCES campus, 555 Warren Rd, Ithaca.


Strong start to Cornell United Way campaign

As of Oct. 18, giving to the Cornell United Way campaign had reached more than $215,000, or nearly 29 percent of the goal of raising $750,000 by the time the campaign ends, Nov. 30.


Coach organizes Virgin Islands hurricane relief

Adrian Durant, Cornell’s head coach of men’s track & field, is raising funds to aid people affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria in the U.S. Virgin Islands.


Community engagement gives life more impact

I grew up in Endwell, New York, a small town about 40 miles from Cornell University. Though it’s a short drive from Ithaca, to me it represented a tremendous shift in worldview. My freshman year exposed me to thoughts, cultures and people that were not present during my first 18 years of life.


Cornell’s recipe for public engagement

Last spring, food science major Maddie Parish ’17 and other members of her team in the capstone course Food Science 4000 helped a food producer solve a critical production challenge: Microbial spoilage was occurring soon after packaging of the ready-to-eat sesame product.


‘I’m First!’ campaign helps first-generation students build connections

More than 50 first-generation faculty, staff and students gathered Oct.12 for a networking reception for the new “I’m First!” campaign hosted by the Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives.