Data and Gorges: The Inaugural MSBA class completes first residency in Ithaca

To better equip leaders for a world where data-driven decision making is ubiquitous, Cornell’s Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management welcomed its first class of students working towards an accelerated MSBA degree.

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Orientation service connects students with local community

Cornell’s Pre-Orientation Service Trips program provides incoming first-year and transfer students an introduction to each other, returning student leaders and off-campus volunteering opportunities.

Droplet-shaped sculptures kick off Year of Water

Turning on a faucet for a drink rarely elicits deep thoughts on how the water got there. But two new Water Resources Institute “water drops” are packed with a torrent of information.

Resource fair to connect graduate and professional students

A resource fair on Monday, Sept. 12 will bring together incoming and continuing graduate and professional students from all colleges and programs to showcase more than 60 different resources from all over campus.

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Welcome events to return in full force for fall 2022 semester

CU Downtown, one of three opportunities in September for students to connect with the greater Ithaca community, is returning after a two-year hiatus with a lineup of 11 student performance groups.

4-H bestows Gov. Hochul with Distinguished Alumni Medallion

National 4-H Council awarded New York Gov. Kathy Hochul its Distinguished Alumni Medallion. Cornell Cooperative Extension runs the venerable youth program throughout the state.

Peer mentor program advances equality, belonging

A new peer mentor program offered by the Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives aims to help first-year or transfer students from underrepresented or underserved groups navigate Cornell, find community and opportunities, and succeed academically.

At Convocation, Class of ’26 urged to listen, engage

Hundreds of first-year and transfer students were heaped with advice, encouragement and well-wishes at New Student Convocation, held Aug. 21 at Schoellkopf Field.

Milstein students spend summer producing, questioning, exploring

Students in the Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity spent eight weeks this summer exploring New York City and thinking deeply about the implications of technology.

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