Winter Session course spotlight: "Designing Healthy and Hospitable Environments”

"Change-making: Designing Healthy and Hospitable Environments" (DEA 1112), offered this Winter Session online, explores how design innovations can have a positive impact on the everyday life of people in hospitality, health care and senior housing areas. The course also helps students explore possible careers.

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Winter Session spotlight: Catherine Appert on ‘Planet Rap’

This Winter Session, students will have a rare opportunity to take Planet Rap: Where Hip-Hop Came from and Where It's Going (MUSIC 2370). Only offered during Winter Session once before, the online course is taught by Catherine Appert, an ethnomusicologist and associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Music.

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Winter Session Spotlight: Dr. Tom Silva on ‘Green World, Blue Planet’

Precollege’s most popular Winter Session course is Green World, Blue Planet (PLBIO 2400), taught by Tom Silva, winner of a SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence for teaching. This three-credit online class begins Jan. 2.

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Registration for Winter Session 2024 is now open

This January, students can study animal science, the arts, business, design, economics, hospitality, government and more online during Winter Session. 

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Registration is now open for Fall Part-time Study for Cornell staff and visiting students

Staff, faculty, and visiting students can explore new interests, enhance their resumes or strengthen their professional skills through the Fall Part-Time Study program provided by Cornell’s School of Continuing Education (SCE). Registration is now open for the next academic semester, which runs Aug. 21 – Dec. 16, 2023. 

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Retiree Laura Robert develops her art and mind through Cornell SCE's Part-time Study program

Since retiring from her work as stacks manager at the Cornell Law Library in 2014, Robert has taken full advantage of a benefit awarded to Cornell retirees: Part-time Study, offered by the School of Continuing Education(SCE). Part-time Study allows Cornell retirees to take up to six credits at Cornell every semester with permission from the instructor, for free. 

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Free summer events feature lectures, outdoor concerts

The 2023 Free Summer Events Series at Cornell will offer a fresh mix of entertainment and education open to the public. Presented by the School of Continuing Education (SCE), the events take place at 7 p.m. on select Wednesdays and Fridays, July 7 through July 28.

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Pre-college big data certificate offered free to Cornell community

A new pre-college certificate program designed to help high school students develop data analysis skills complementary to a wide range of academic and professional fields will be offered at no cost to the children of Cornell faculty and staff and underserved students nominated by local high schools and other partners.

Summer Session course spotlight: Honey Bees

For the first time, Honey Bees: Their Intriguing Biology and Interactions with Humans (ENTOM 2030) will be offered during Summer Session 2023.This online course, taught by Dr. Marina Caillaud, a lecturer in the Department of Entomology, will examine the lives of bees, their contribution to humanity through the ages, as well as the threats they are currently facing.

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