TaSheena Cunningham-Rimmer ’06, assistant general counsel to the Chicago Housing Authority, received a 2020 Young Alumna Achievement Award.
Dr. Nakyda Dean ’08, who has dedicating her career to bringing quality health care to underserved populations, received the Young Alumni Award.
Jay Justin ’89, president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi Valley, received a 2020 Leadership and Service Award.
Tim Zimmerman ’84, a pioneer in the development and implementation of technical standards for Wi-Fi, received a 2020 Leadership and Service Award.
Eddie Moore ’89, sought-after diversity consultant, educator, author, and lecturer on social and racial issues, receive a Leadership & Service Award.
Lindsay Bachman ’11, education coordinator at Hope Academy in South Carolina who works with special needs students, received a 2020 Young Alumna Award.
Cornell awards Rupert Kinnard ’79, cartoonist and graphic artist who originated the Brown Bomber, the oldest continuing Black gay comic character in the U.S.
Cornell College is increasing its Iowa Promise Scholarship to offer a minimum of $30,000 to all first-time students from the state of Iowa who are accepted for admission.
Cornell College representatives participated in a panel discussion titled “Unbundling Education” on KCRG-TV9’s “Ethical Perspectives on the News.”
The Cornell College Department of Theatre and Dance is producing a season of four virtual mainstage productions during the 2020–21 academic year.