Staff Stories: Helen Lee

Helen Lee, assistant director of wildlife health and health policy at the College of Veterinary Medicine, talks about the many different responsibilities of her role and the journey that led her back to Cornell where she feels her work is making a difference for wildlife and conservation.

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Facilities division praises, applauds Cornell’s quiet heroes

The Division of Facilities and Campus Services met July 26 to commend and award their hard-working employees who keep the students, faculty and staff on campus safe, productive and successful.

Cornell employees connect over coffee, conversation and community

This summer, Cornell is offering several resources for employees to build relationships in and out of the workplace.

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Staff Stories: Carlos Ribellia

Meet a Navy veteran who keeps Cornell's facilities equipment running smoothly, and how he's building his passion for helping people into a career in HR.

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Top six reasons to volunteer for move-in

Current and former volunteers share six reasons you should kick off the new semester with this exciting rite of passage.

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Staff Stories: Nathan Bandler

When the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the nation, Nathan Bandler was only three months into his Cornell career. Despite the uncertainty at the time, Bandler was met by a feeling he had hardly experienced from any other employer – security.

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Community-engaged learning e-courses available to faculty and staff

The self-paced online program, offered by the Einhorn Center for Community Engagement, is available for free to Cornell faculty and staff seeking to incorporate community-engaged learning into their course or program.

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Staff graduates celebrate academic achievements

The Division of Human Resources and the Employee Assembly hosted the 26th annual Staff Graduate Reception on June 14 in Stocking Hall, honoring staff who earned collegiate degrees this year, either at Cornell or another institution.

Employee Profile: Cooper Sirwatka

Cooper Sirwatka began running ultramarathons five or six years ago, building up endurance to go well over the standard 26.2 miles. Long distances, rough terrain and unpredictable environments are elements that Sirwatka thrives in best—whether on race day or in the workplace. 

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