Craib and Fiani win graduate, professional teaching prize

Raymond Craib (A&S) and Nadine Fiani (Veterinary College) have each been honored with the university’s highest award for teaching graduate and professional students.

Leadership changes strengthen university’s finance, risk offices

The university has announced a reorganization and promotions intended to improve the efficiency and capabilities of finance and risk management operations reporting to Joanne DeStefano, MBA ’97, executive vice president and chief finance officer.

Crime prevention unit promotes safety, builds community

The Cornell University Police Department’s Crime Prevention Unit provides safety trainings and outreach, actively aiming to build connections between the community and the police.

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A.D. White Professors are named; fall visits announced

An acclaimed historian of the Caribbean and a multidisciplinary professor of the built environment have been appointed the newest A.D. White Professors-at-Large. Three full visits and three “mini” visits are planned for this semester.

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Three projects awarded Belonging at Cornell innovation grants

The Presidential Advisors on Diversity and Equity have awarded three Belonging at Cornell innovation grants for 2022 programming, for projects addressing a range of topics involving diversity, equity and inclusion on all of Cornell’s campuses.

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Sherry Colb, legal scholar and beloved mentor, dies at 56

Sherry F. Colb, the C.S. Wong Professor of Law, a pioneering scholar and prolific writer on constitutional criminal procedure, animal rights and sexual equality, died Aug. 25 at her home in Ithaca.

Six assistant professors win NSF early-career awards

Researchers studying carbon removal and storage methods and novel additive manufacturing techniques are among the six Cornell faculty members who recently received National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Awards.

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Richard Ledford, champion of NYS dairy industry, dies at 90

Richard Allison Ledford, whose work in food microbiology contributed to New York’s booming dairy and yogurt industries, died Oct. 9, 2021, in Flat Rock, North Carolina. He was 90.

Rob Vanderlan to lead Center for Teaching Innovation

The Center for Teaching Innovation, founded in 2017 to support faculty in their efforts to explore and foster inclusive, evidence-based teaching practices, will be under new leadership beginning in the coming academic year. 

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