Director of Employer Relations & Career Coaching Jason Napoli was recently interviewed for an article by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) about the importance of international experiences for students.
In fall 2017 Cornell College’s Center for the Literary Arts is hosting authors Dilman Dila, Esther Dischereit, and Rebecca Entel; Essayist Kisha Lewellyn Schlegel; poet D.A. Powell; and the one-act play “Elizabeth I—In Her Own Words.”
Twenty percent of Cornell’s food comes from eastern Iowa growers. In fact, this fiscal year Bon Appétit will pay local farmers $350,000 for farm-fresh ingredients. Since Bon Appétit arrived on campus during the summer of 2012, it has invested nearly $1 million in the community.
The Cornell College Office of Civic Engagement is rallying behind hurricane victims by holding a donation drive and community dinner.
Ryan Williams isn’t your typical college student. Not only is he learning the ins and outs of college life at Cornell as a first-year student, he’s also running to become elected to the local school board.
Cornell College’s 2017-18 fine arts schedule features three international touring artists as well as four theatre productions, a dance recital, concerts by Cornell’s six ensembles, and a sabbatical exhibition by Professor Susannah Biondo-Gemmell.
The Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium (HEDS) has selected Cornell College Director of Institutional Research & Assessment Bethany Miller to serve on the board of directors.
The Cornell College facilities team is checking off their to-do list after a summer of making repairs and enhancements in preparation for the return of the students.
The Mount Vernon-Lisbon Community Development Group (CDG) recognized Cole Public Library Director Cathy Boggs as citizen of the year at its annual volunteer recognition event on Aug. 28.