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Art professor Kay WalkingStick elected to AAAS

Emeritus professor of art Kay WalkingStick has been elected to membership in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Tom Ruttledge, retired chemistry lecturer, dies at 55

Tom Ruttledge, retired senior lecturer in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, in the College of Arts and Sciences, died May 19 in Ithaca. He was 55.

Lepage, Pepinsky honored with Tisch professorships

G. Peter Lepage, the Goldwin Smith Professor of Physics, and Thomas Pepinsky, professor of government, have received two of Cornell’s highest honors for faculty members.

(Virtual) Things to Do, May 22-29, 2020

Things to do this week include a new edition of “World According to Sound”; a meal with the founder of Ithaca Hummus; and virtual activities for Senior Spirit Days.

Students, faculty make art in the time of coronavirus

Faculty and students have responded to the global COVID-19 pandemic with a variety of creative work, from poetry and drawing to sonic collage.

(Virtual) Things to Do, May 15-22, 2020

Virtual events and resources at Cornell include interactive New York state wine and cheese tastings; a Q&A with student filmmakers; a community chat on living alone; and a panel with international perspectives on the pandemic’s challenges to democracy.

Cornell Health names new counseling services director

Alecia Sundsmo, currently clinical director of mental health services at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, has been named Cornell Health’s new director of Counseling and Psychological Services, effective July 1.

Henni honored by Society of Architectural Historians

Samia Henni, assistant professor in the College of Architecture, Art and Planning, has received the 2020 Spiro Kostof Book Award from the Society of Architectural Historians.

Panel: Coordination is key to a world beyond COVID-19

Cornell thought leaders discussed the balance between public health and economic health, and the role government plays in finding a path forward during COVID-19 in a webinar April 30.

(Virtual) Things to Do, May 1-8, 2020

During this time of social distancing and university life interrupted by the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Chronicle offers a variety of opportunities to engage with online Cornell resources and programming.

Cornell Health physician educates youth through ‘health-hop’

Dr. John Clarke, director of occupational medicine at Cornell Health, writes, produces and performs rap music on health-related topics, most recently coronavirus.

(Virtual) Things to Do, April 24-May 1, 2020

Virtual events and Cornell resources include selections from the Centrally Isolated Film Festival; a Guy Davis concert rebroadcast on WVBR; a local species survey; a training session for undocumented community allies; and an online version of Cornell Library's Robert Moog exhibition.