Teen Vogue’s website posted an article Tuesday naming Cornell College as one of six non-traditional colleges that readers might be interested in. The article focuses on Cornell’s distinctive One Course At A Time curriculum and the advantages it offers.
Carol Enns, professor of psychology at Cornell College, won the 2013 Florence Denmark and Mary Reuder award for “outstanding international contributions to the psychology of women and gender” from the American Psychological Association.
For the fourth year in a row business publisher Kiplinger has named Cornell College one of the 100 best values in liberal arts colleges.
Richard Williams ’63 was honored with a distinguished achievement award for his many contributions to Cornell, including establishing the Richard and Marlene Williams Special Activities Endowment Fund to bring notable visitors to campus.
Daryl Boness ’72 was honored with a leadership and service award for his research into the evolution and ecology of mating systems and parental care patterns in marine mammals over the past 40 years.
Michael Mudlaff and Charlie Boone ’88 were honored with a leadership and service award for their 25 years of service as class agents.
Rick and Trude Elliott received honorary alumni awards for their long service to the community of Mount Vernon, including their present ownership and management of the First Street Community Center.
Cornell College’s Berry Center for Economics, Business, and Public Policy has posted a video and created an exhibit in the Russell D. Cole Library to celebrate the 99th birthday of Leo Beranek ’36.
Cornell College’s Office of Intercultural Life has received a $2,500 grant from the Alliant Energy Foundation to help support the Each One Teach One student of color orientation program.
For the fourth time in five years Cornell College is one of the private colleges recognized as a “best buy” in the “Fiske Guide to Colleges.”