Highlights from Announcements 4/18/22
View a list of Cornell walking maps on the Recreational Services website.
Fall 2022 Pre-Enrollment is this Wednesday!
Pre-enrollment for the Fall 2022 semester is Wednesday, April 20. Enrollment will open at 7:30 a.m. and will close on April 22 at 11:59 p.m. Be proactive and take advantage of this opportunity to enroll in required courses for Fall 2022.
Preparing for the May 29th Conferral
Congratulations to students who have reached the finish line and plan to complete their degree requirements this semester. Please be aware that you need to submit your approved thesis/dissertation by May 1st to graduate in May. Contact the Graduate School (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions or concerns.
All research students, except those taking a vacation from research activities and work toward degree progress, must be registered and enrolled in research credits for the summer term by May 20th. Summer registration is especially critical for students receiving financial aid (fellowships, summer loans, assistantships, travel grants, or tuition awards) during the summer. There is no charge for summer registration.
- To register, enroll in the Graduate School’s Graduate Summer Research course, GRAD 9016 (class numbers 1047, 1048, 1049, 1050), through Student Center. You will not be automatically enrolled by the Graduate School.
If you are uncertain of your summer plans we recommend waiting until May to enroll, otherwise we encourage students to register now before the May 20th deadline.
Watch Videos from the 2022 Three Minute Thesis
Recordings are now available from this year’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, in which eight doctoral students presented their dissertation research in only three minutes with the aid of one, static slide to a panel of judges and a non-specialist audience.
What are You Discovering as Spring Arrives in Ithaca?
Take time to get outside and enjoy the spring weather and views!
Rhasaan Bovell is a doctoral student in biomedical and biological sciences from Silver Spring, Maryland. He attended Yale University as an undergraduate and now studies reproductive science with an emphasis on applications for wildlife conservation.
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Ph.D. Alumnus to Participate in 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
Mechanical engineering doctoral alumnus Xiangkun (Elvis) Cao, Ph.D. ’21, was selected was one of 600 young scientists to attend the 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, during which he will have the ability to meet Nobel Laureates and attend lectures, discussions, and more.
M.F.A. Student’s Debut Poetry Collection to be Published April 26
Mackenzie Berry, an M.F.A. student in poetry, will have her debut poetry collection, “Slack Tongue City,” published by Sundress Publications on April 26. She will read from her book at Buffalo Street Books on Friday, May 6 at 5:00 p.m., alongside her poetry cohort India Sada, Mackenzie Schubert, and Michael Lee.