At an Oct. 22 ceremony in the Statler Hotel, Cornell Trustee David M. Einhorn ’91 was honored for his support of the center that seeks to provide high-quality community-engaged learning experiences to every student, building upon the university’s founding land-grant values.
The independent Office of the University Ombudsman provides a space for faculty, students and staff to engage in candid and confidential discussions about academic or workplace concerns. Charles Walcott, Ph.D. ’59, plans to retire later this year as university ombudsman, the part-time position he’s held for a decade.
This semester, the Executive Accountability Committee announced implementation progress including the launch of a new central mental health and wellness resource website and a new peer support model adopted by the student-led Empathy Assistance and Referral Service.
“A Call For Innovation: New York’s Agrifood System,” a report published this past spring by Cornell’s Center for Regional Economic Advancement, is the basis for the topics to be addressed at this year’s Grow-NY Summit, slated to bring food and ag innovators together at the Syracuse Oncenter on Nov. 16-17.
"We Love We Self Up Here" is a documentary film that's an extension of Cornell's fall 2019 Mellon Collaborative Seminar titled Atmospheric Pressures: Climate Imaginaries and Migration in the Caribbean.