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5/16/2016 Cornell Graduate School is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Graduate Student Photo Contest. First Prize: Amy VanNocker, M.P.S. candidate in the field of international agriculture and rural development

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5/31/2016

Students in a College of Human Ecology station class created three sets of designs for a new 4,200-square-foot wing addition to an overcrowded Honduran infant hospital.

5/31/2016

Faculty members Sahara Byrne, (Kit-Yee) Daisy Fan, María Cristina García and James P. Lassoie received 2016 Kendall S. Carpenter Memorial Advising Awards May 28.

5/31/2016

Four new trustees were elected to four-year terms at the Cornell Board of Trustees’ May 28 meeting. They join five recently elected trustees representing graduate and professional students, faculty, employees and alumni.

5/29/2016

The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management’s 69th graduating class included 387 graduates who earned Master of Business Administration degrees. Johnson's graduate recognition ceremony took place May 28.

5/29/2016

A total of 12 ROTC cadets representing the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines received their officer commissions in ceremonies on May 28 in Statler Auditorium.

5/29/2016

As storm clouds gathered, the Cornell University Class of 2016 assembled on the Arts Quad for a parade to Schoellkopf Stadium for commencement, one last stop on the way to their futures.

5/29/2016

Provost Michael Kotlikoff urged graduates to build on the diverse and respectful experience of Cornell May 29, in a Commencement speech about inclusivity, civility and understanding.

5/28/2016

James Franco – actor, director, writer, artist and perpetual student – delivered the Senior Convocation address May 28 in Schoellkopf Stadium with temperatures pushing 90 degrees.

5/28/2016

Members of the Class of 2016 were recognized at the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Hooding Ceremony May 28 in Bailey Hall.

5/27/2016

Kate Supron has begun a joint position at Engaged Cornell and Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) designed to increase opportunities for community-engaged research, learning, and service projects.