Cornell, NYSEG pilot app to help consumers moderate electricity use

In a new pilot run by Cornell and NYSEG, participants will pay a flat rate for their electricity bill and use an app that provides information about how to reduce electricity use and costs.

The Wardrobe provides attire for ‘any student, any opportunity’

Hundreds of students borrow professional clothes from the Wardrobe each semester, for reasons ranging from convenience to financial need.

Reimagined Student Support and Advocacy Services to holistically support, empower students

Previously known as Care and Crisis Services, the newly reimagined office utilizes a student-centered and individualized approach to holistically support and empower undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.

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Winter Session spotlight – PE 1272: Walking Tours

Physical education as an online credit course? In winter? Watch the video to hear why freshman Nic Oke decided to take an online PE course from his family residence near Baltimore, Maryland during Winter Session 2023. 

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Soup & Hope speaker series returns Jan. 12

Celebrating its 16th year at Cornell, the Soup & Hope speaker series returns to Sage Chapel on Jan. 12 with stories that connect to the university’s new commitment as a health-promoting campus – a theme that resonates with participants as dedicated work continues in support of mental health and wellness at Cornell.

First-years share their transformational journeys ... so far

Hear from four first-year students talking about their journey at Cornell.

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Graduates of Brooks School executive programs celebrated as “thinkers, leaders and change agents”

Celebrating graduation and each other, students in the Executive Master of Health Administration and Executive Master of Public Administration programs at the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy received diplomas at a joyful ceremony in Willard Straight Hall. 

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Florida Field Course benefits biology students, study finds

Participation in the immersive Florida Field Course led to positive professional outcomes, higher rates of publications, and faculty positions at research institutions, according to a new study from Cornell ecology and evolutionary biology researchers.

December graduation celebrates unique paths to Cornell education

On Dec. 18 in Barton Hall, more than 700 recipients of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees were honored at the university’s 20th recognition ceremony for December graduates, held in-person for the first time since 2019.