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Author Toni Morrison, M.A. '55, returned to campus Oct. 1-2 to read from and talk about her work with students and faculty and at two public events.

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Squyres, principal scientific investigator for the Mars Exploration Rover mission, has received the 2009 Carl Sagan Medal from the American Astronomical Society. (Oct. 5, 2009)

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Duane Hoch, a postdoctoral researcher at Cornell studying bacteria that cause Legionnaires' disease, has received the 2009 Sam and Nancy Fleming Research Fellowship from Cornell's Weill Institute. (Oct. 5, 2009)

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Jack Szostak, Ph.D. '77, has received the 2009 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for research that has implications for cancer and the biology of aging. (Oct. 5, 2009)

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Students in architecture, engineering, city planning and other design-based fields are working together in Cornell's Design and Planning Club on community-based outreach projects and design competitions. (Oct. 1, 2009)

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Endowed health plan rates for 2010 will remain the same as last year's by adjusting some co-pays, deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums, Cornell's Division of Human Resources has announced. (Oct. 1, 2009)

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Events this week include Indian classical and jazz concerts, the fifth annual Insectapalooza, the first Economics Art Gallery exhibition, and lectures on public school reform and civil liberties. (Oct. 1, 2009)

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Cornell expects to save at least $90 million in annual administrative costs over the next four years, making a significant dent in its projected deficit, Provost Kent Fuchs reported Oct. 1.

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Two Cornell students spent part of last summer delivering rugged, child-friendly laptop computers to a school in Senegal and showing teachers how to use them. (Sept. 30, 2009)