On May 14, Mother’s Day Sunday, the family and friends of 215 Cornell College graduates will celebrate their success at the college’s 159th annual Commencement.
Richard and Norma Small, already the most generous philanthropists in Cornell College history, have extended their legacy with a lead gift of $4 million for the college’s science facilities project.
KCRG-TV 9 covered Cornell College’s announcement of a $3.6 million challenge grant from the Hall-Perrine Foundation for the college’s science facilities project. The challenge grant has already been matched by college trustees and other leadership donors of the college. The story is here.
The Hall-Perrine Foundation will continue its history of support for Cornell College with a $3.6 million grant for the college’s science facilities project. The challenge grant has already been matched by college trustees and other leadership donors of the college.
Construction crews at Cornell College recently unearthed a surprising discovery at the site of the future Russell Science Center. About 10 feet underground were the remains of a limestone and mortared brick structure.
Michael Tylinski, Cornell College’s 2017 Anderson Natural Science Lecturer, will speak on “From skateboarding on a tablet to brighter cell phone displays: Recent advances from the world of glass” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, in the Hall-Perrine Room of the Thomas Commons.
For one hour on Cornell College’s Orange Carpet, everyone is invited to help translate a short poem by William Carlos Williams into as many languages as possible.
After working in their personal art studios in McWethy Hall throughout the year, Cornell College’s senior studio art majors will reveal their work with art openings Sunday, April 30, from 2-4 p.m. in Peter Paul Luce Gallery and in the Thomas Commons.
The Mount Vernon-Lisbon Sun started a year-long feature, Home Town Teams: Stories from the Sun archives, with what it called “one of the most famous – Cornell College’s 1947 wrestling team.”
The full range of Cornell College student interests and inquiry will be showcased on Saturday, April 22, as 76 students present at the Cornell College Student Symposium. Of 59 total presentations, 51 will feature upperclass students presenting the culmination of their research with Cornell faculty.
The Cornell College Department of Theatre and Dance is preparing for their inaugural dance concert, “Triggered,” premiering May 5 at Kimmel Theatre on the Cornell College campus. Directed by Dance Artist in Residence Alvon Reed, the concert will showcase student dancers, choreographers, lighting designers, costume designers, and a student hair and makeup designer, as well […]
Recent Cornell graduate Michelle Ngirbabul ’16 has been awarded a Fulbright research grant in India, an assignment shaped by interests she developed at Cornell and in her individualized major in global health studies.
Dixon Xu ’13 was one of just nine graduating podiatric medical students awarded the 2017 Michael L. Stone Outstanding Professional Conduct Award during the recent American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons scientific meeting.
Global Zero, an initiative dedicated to the elimination of all nuclear weapons worldwide, has been nominated for the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize. Many Cornell graduates work and intern for Global Zero, including Derek Johnson ’04, who is the executive director.