Boatmun ’23 honored for campus-community leadership

Abigail Boatmun ’23, of Oklahoma, was recognized for her participation and leadership in a myriad of town-gown interests focused on mentorship, literacy and educational equity.

CALS senior wins national student employee award

For her work in developing and teaching nutrition and food justice curricula to adolescents in New York City, Hannah Rudt ’23 has won the 2023 National Student Employee of the Year award – the first Cornellian to ever receive this honor.

Maribel Garcia awardee advances STEM education in Angola

PhD candidate Catia Dombaxe won the 2023 Maribel Garcia Community Spirit Award, a program of the David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement.

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Kaplan faculty fellowship honors public health partnerships

Gen Meredith, professor of practice in the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Department of Public and Ecosystem Health and associate director of the Cornell Master of Public Health Program, has received the 2023 Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellowship from the David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement.

Milstein first-years take advantage of community, opportunity

The first-year class of students in the Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity are finishing up their community projects and looking forward to their summer in New York City.

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Incubator to support projects for work and social change

The Yang-Tan WorkABILITY Incubator, recently launched through the ILR School’s Center for Applied Research on Work, will support innovative applied research projects and collaborations.

Panelists: Good journalism can help combat divisions

While media outlets have done their part to amplify polarization across the U.S., journalists also have the resources to mend rifts and build community, alumni media professionals and faculty experts said in a panel discussion.

Tick races, teddy bear surgery: Veterinary Open House returns

After a three-year, pandemic-induced hiatus, the College of Veterinary Medicine resumed a beloved tradition and welcomed the community to its 54th Open House.

Attorney and author to discuss the law and the reality of asylum

Hear two perspectives on racism and xenophobia in U.S. refugee policy at the annual Koen-Horowitz Lecture on Wednesday, April 26. The keynote speakers include a prominent attorney and an author who is a refugee. 

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