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Register for Cornell’s first Web Accessibility Camp, Aug. 6-8

Cornell University will hold its first Web Accessibility Camp, “Universal Design for Any Person, Any Study,” Aug. 6-8, with sessions to be hosted by such groups as WebAIM, Siteimprove and Cornell Information Technologies.


Julie Parsons: event manager par excellence

The facilities event coordinator for Cornell, Parsons is responsible for making it easier for Commencement, Reunion and all other campus event planners to focus on the details of their event.


CLASP celebrates courage of students, staff learners

The Community Learning and Service Partnership program, which partners Cornell students with staff learners for mentoring in computer literacy, English and basic job skills, held its year-end celebration May 11.

Staff graduates recognized for completing degrees

Fourteen staff members were recognized at the 22nd annual Staff Graduate Reception May 16 for receiving a master’s degree, six for receiving a bachelor's degree, and two for receiving an associate’s degree.


Volunteers needed for Commencement events

Volunteers are needed to help make Cornell’s Commencement Weekend special for graduating students and their families.


ILR School staff and faculty recognized for excellence, service

The School of Industrial and Labor Relations held its 2018 Employee Recognition Ceremony May 15 in the ILR Conference Center, recognizing staff and faculty for their service and accomplishments.


Register now for the annual supplier show June 1

Procurement Services will host its annual supplier show Thursday, June 1, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. in Barton Hall.


Cornell to implement revised event-planning procedures

To better support event planners, the university is revising its procedures effective July 1, and updating its online tools this summer to allow more time for planning and provide a more predictable structure of security costs.


Gorge safety highlighted in new signage, student awareness efforts

New trail signage and a requirement for new students to watch Cornell's online gorge safety video are meant to facilitate emergency responses and curtail swimming, going off trail or engaging in other risky practices in Ithaca's gorges.