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Leadership Sessions: COVID-19 cluster prompts swift response

In the sixth Cornell Leadership Sessions video, President Martha E. Pollack and Dr. Gary Koretzky, vice provost for academic integration, discuss the recent cluster of cases on the Ithaca campus, the need for continued vigilance and plans for a hybrid spring semester.

Susan Daniel wields biomolecular weapons to fight COVID-19

Years before COVID-19 turned into a global pandemic, biomolecular engineer Susan Daniel was already looking for ways to defeat it. Now she’s expanding her coronavirus studies, blending engineering with virology and data science.

Cornell to resume full retirement benefits and salaries

Cornell President Martha E. Pollack sent the following message Nov. 17: Last summer, as the financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic were becoming clear, we held a number of meetings and town halls to describe those impacts…

In-person semifinals to continue as planned

Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Lisa Nishii sent a message to the Ithaca campus Nov. 16 to say there are no planned changes to the semifinals exam schedule despite the campus moving to Alert Level Yellow.

Ithaca campus moving to COVID alert level yellow

Cornell administrators announced Nov. 13 that the campus is changing the COVID-19 alert status due to the recent increase in positive test results.

Increase in positive COVID-19 cases on the Ithaca campus

Ryan Lombardi, vice president for Student and Campus Life, announced a recent increase in COVID-19 cases within Cornell’s student population.

Data, testing helped Cornell curb COVID-19

The Cornell community’s low rates were achieved through the tireless work of students, university leaders and experts across fields.

Capitol Hill closed, but Cornell’s engagement efforts continue

Supporting engagement efforts in D.C. by faculty, staff and students is central to Cornell’s Office of Federal Relations mission, even more so as the coronavirus pandemic has limited opportunities for face-to-face advocacy.

Teaming up: Coronavirus research at Cornell

Cornell researchers are working collaboratively at the forefront of their fields to re-examine and adapt their innovations to develop the tests, treatments and knowledge necessary to end the COVID-19 pandemic.