Cornell United Way campaign urges campus to go ‘All In’

“All In” is the theme for the Cornell United Way campaign, a yearly campus drive that supports a community-wide fundraising effort by the United Way of Tompkins County for local nonprofits and those in need. The drive began Sept. 27.

eLab welcomes record cohort of student entrepreneurs 

Twenty-eight student teams have been selected to participate in the 10th credit-bearing cohort of eLab, which accepts student founders from any field of study across Cornell and trains them to launch real businesses.

Around Cornell

Exhibit explores freedom of expression through fashion

“Fashioning the Boundaries of Free Speech,” an exhibit that’s part of Cornell’s Freedom of Expression theme year, will be on display in the Human Ecology Building and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art from Sept. 28 to Jan. 15, 2024.

Cornell commits $460K to Ithaca Area Economic Development

Cornell’s contribution, the largest private investment in Ithaca Area Economic Development’s new fundraising campaign, will support the growth of local business and employment.

Photo exhibit showcases a century of hospitality education

A new exhibit in Statler Hall commemorates 100 years of hospitality education at the Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.

New response team supports students, reduces police intervention

Students who find themselves in crisis outside business hours can now call on an alternative to law enforcement – a Community Response Team that will send immediate, in-person support.

For threatened artists, free expression is political and personal

An event featuring threatened artists from Nicaragua and Afghanistan kicks off Global Cornell’s contribution to this year’s campuswide theme, “The Indispensable Condition: Freedom of Expression at Cornell.”

Rachel Dunifon reappointed dean of College of Human Ecology

Rachel Dunifon has been appointed to a second term as the Rebecca Q. and James C. Morgan Dean of the College of Human Ecology, Provost Michael I. Kotlikoff announced Sept. 26.

Master’s degree student persevered from prison to Ivy League

After serving two prison terms totaling more than four years, Thomas Jones, master's student in the ILR School, committed to turning his life around – through education and giving back.