Returning Employee Celebration draws a joyful crowd

The annual Fall Employee Celebration drew nearly 1,000 staff, faculty, retirees and relatives to campus Nov. 5 for a community dinner, athletics events and family activities.

Helping Veterans Find Wellbeing Through Farming

In 2015, Nina Saeli attended a veterans-only event sponsored by the Cornell Small Farms Program (CFSP). It was the beginning of a journey of literal and personal growth.

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At 88, Greenberg still on cutting edge with new course

At 88 years old, professor Don Greenberg ’55 is still on the cutting edge: He’s launched a new undergraduate and graduate course for students in both architecture and computer science, “Design in the Age of Digital Twins.”

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‘Blood Novels’ explores material, metaphor in Spanish realist fiction

Blood plays an important role – as both plot element and metaphor – in novels by Spain’s most prominent writers of the 19th century, according to literary scholar Julia Chang.

Weiss teaching award honors eight exceptional faculty

President Martha E. Pollack announced the faculty members honored with the Stephen H. Weiss Awards, which recognize excellence in undergraduate teaching and mentoring.

Pollack lauds ‘amazing Cornellians’ in State of the University speech

Cornell’s aspirations and achievements, the success of its ongoing fundraising campaign and its extraordinary faculty and students were highlights of President Martha E. Pollack’s State of the University address, delivered Oct. 14.

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Christine Lovely, new HR chief, describes priorities, vision

Christine D. Lovely brings a passion for promoting diversity, equity and inclusion to her new role as Cornell’s vice president and chief human resources officer.

Cornell Health names new director of counseling services

David Reetz, director of counseling and psychological services at the Rochester Institute of Technology, has been named Cornell’s new director of Counseling and Psychological Services; he will join Cornell in mid-December.

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Part-time study helps employees, visiting students boost careers

Boonyanuphong and other part-time students studying this fall, generally enroll in part-time study to explore an interest in a particular subject, enhance their resumes, strengthen professional skills or begin work towards a degree.

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