During Commencement week and over the summer, some offices will and services will have special or reduced hours.
Each year Cornell College recognizes student achievement with an awards celebration. Dozens of students were honored at this year’s ceremony.
Emily Wenger, a Cornell College senior double-majoring in English and creative writing and theatre, has earned a Fulbright Award and will spend 9 months in Turkey.
Students in Physiology of Exercise examined how the human body works and changes from a resting to an exercising state, gaining hands-on experience through a series of labs to complement their classroom learning.
Leon Tabak, professor of computer science, is scheduled to appear on KCRG-TV’s “Ethical Perspectives on the News” Sunday, May 4 at 11 a.m.
Cornell College will confer degrees on approximately 270 students during its Commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. on May 11. The ceremony will take place in the Small Multi-Sport Center. Live video will be available.
Students in Ross Sowell’s Human-Robot Interaction course relied on the latest research to learn about this emerging field, then applied their knowledge to their own robotics projects.
Cornell College is hosting a dedication ceremony at 11:30 a.m. on May 2 for the newly-renovated and expanded Thomas Commons.
The Department of Theatre at Cornell College will put on the devised theatre piece “Here and Now” April 25 and 26 and May 2–4.
Literary journalist Nathan Schneider will speak at 4 p.m. on Friday, April 25 in the Van Etten-Lacey House about the importance of storytelling in our encounter with the world and give world-tested advice about how to survive as a young writer.
Cornell junior Rose Reed-Maxfield won the prestigious Manford Kuhn Award for best Junior-Senior paper at the Iowa Sociological Association’s Annual Meeting.
Jacob Fields ’14 won the Student Leadership Award from the Iowa Campus Compact for his work with education and cancer research fundraising.