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  • Career Explorations puts future in 4-H'ers hands!

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    Career Explorations puts future in 4-H'ers hands

    More than 500 middle and high school students from across New York gathered at Cornell's Ithaca campus June 26-28 to participate in life-changing workshops taught by Cornell faculty, staff and graduate students during the annual 4-H Career Explorations conference.

  • With the hot summer that we’re having in Ithaca, NY, it’s great to see our Cornell researchers working to ensure that the water in our beautiful gorges and lakes is safe for swimming!

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    Engineers test device for monitoring NY state park water quality

    It's a beautiful mid-June Tuesday morning, and Ruth Richardson, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, is at the swim beach at Buttermilk Falls State Park with a few students, enjoying the reward for surviving a seemingly endless Ithaca winter.

  • Chobani Foundation, Cornell team to support N.Y. dairy students!

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    Chobani Foundation, Cornell team to support N.Y. dairy students

    New York state students interested in dairy farming careers will get a boost thanks to a new scholarship program from the Chobani Foundation and Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS). The Chobani Scholars program, announced June 5, will support eight New York students with a family connection to dairy farming and who plan to pursue careers in the industry.

  • Soggy, soaked, buoyant but wonderful’ students earn degrees at 150th Commencement!

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    'Soggy, soaked, buoyant but wonderful' students earn degrees at 150th Commencement

    Cornell held its 150th Commencement ceremony for 5,500 seniors and advanced degree recipients May 27 in Schoellkopf Stadium, during a rainstorm that dampened none of the celebratory event's spirit for graduates or family members.

  • Congrats to all of our staff members who completed their degrees! One of the best perks of working for Cornell University is the world class tuition free benefit offerings. Way to go!

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    Staff graduates recognized for completing degrees

    Twenty-two staff members were recognized for earning academic degrees at the 22nd annual Staff Graduate Reception, May 16 in the Hall of Fame Room in Friends Hall. Fourteen staff members are receiving a master's degree, six are receiving bachelor's degrees and two an associate's degree.

  • A big congrats goes out to Cheryl Gombas for receiving the George Peter Award for Dedicated Service. Cheryl has been a tremendous asset to our Department of Entomology since 2009 and her amazing work has not gone unnoticed. Way to go Cheryl!

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    Gombas recognized for positive impact on staff

    Cheryl Gombas knew something was up April 10 when a photographer stepped in front of a roomful of her colleagues in Comstock Hall to take her photograph. Then Craig Wiggers, chair of the Employee Assembly, announced that Gombas - administrative manager of the Department of Entomology since 2009 - had been chosen to receive the George Peter Award for Dedicated Service.

  • Office professionals model commitment and devotion to work!

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    Office professionals model commitment and devotion to work

    Kevin Hallock, the Kenneth F. Kahn Dean and the Joseph R. Rich Professor of Economics and Human Resource Studies in the ILR School, said the first office professional he met was his grandmother, who was "brilliant, hardworking and organized," and who, having lost her husband at an early age, confronted "work/life balance" issues "long before that term was even invented."

  • For over a century Dragon Day has been a Cornell tradition. Check out what our first-year architects have planned for 2018!

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    For Dragon Day 2018, first-year architects have transparent plans

    Even with a few dozen people involved, it takes weeks to build a dragon from concept to creature. Dragon Day, the annual spring rite celebrated at Cornell for more than a century, happens March 30. It centers on a team effort by first-year architecture students to design and construct a dragon and parade it across campus.

  • Way to go to our employees who were recognized at the annual Employee Excellence Awards! If you're interested in working for an organization that values it's team members consider a career with Cornell University!

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    Graig Lyon, assistant equipment manager, receives top Employee Excellence Award

    When he was invited to the luncheon recognizing all awardees and nominees for Employee Excellence Awards March 13, Graig Lyon expected he would be recognized as one of the 64 who had been nominated for individual excellence.

  • Cornell Center for Health Equity established!

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    Cornell Center for Health Equity established

    Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and Cornell's Ithaca campus have established a new center to better understand why health outcomes vary among demographic groups. Through partnerships with communities in New York City and central New York, the Cornell Center for Health Equity will generate new evidence on how to eliminate such differences with the goal of achieving health equity for people locally, regionally and nationally.

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