Highlights from Announcements 9/7/22

Graduate and professional students stand with Touchdown at the Big Red Barn during a TGIF
Chris Kitchen for Cornell University.

View more images from the August 26 New Student Mixer/TGIF.


Course Add Deadline is Today!

Don’t forget that the last day to add courses or adjust credit hours is this Tuesday, September 6. Please check Student Center to verify that: 

  • You are properly enrolled in all your courses
  • The credit option, if available, is correct
  • Your grading option is correctly set to letter grades or pass/fail or audit

Use the university Add/Drop Form if you are unable to enroll through Self Service. 

In accordance with university policy, changes will not be permitted after Tuesday so be proactive and confirm your enrollment is correct.


Resource Fair to Connect Graduate and Professional Students

Graduate and professional students attend the 2019 resource fairNavigating the offices and student programs at a large university an be challenging, and at an institution as complex as Cornell it can feel impossible. A special event on Monday, September 12 from 1-5 p.m. at Barton Hall will bring together graduate and professional students from all colleges and programs to showcase resources from all over campus. The Cornell Resource Fair for Graduate and Professional Students is specially designed to introduce them to the offices and support programs that can help them thrive at Cornell.

Read more about the resource fair.

Alumnus Spotlight

Man in blue shirt with black jacketJoseph Casamento, Ph.D. ’22, is a doctoral alumnus of the materials science and engineering program from Kenilworth, New Jersey. He attended the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor as an undergraduate and studied the functionality and application space of semiconducting materials at Cornell.

Read more about Joseph Casamento, Ph.D. ’22.

All spotlights.


Government Doctoral Students Published in The Washington Post

Government doctoral student Emily B. Jackson and doctoral candidate Angie Torres-Beltran ran a survey and found that supporters of abortion are more motivated to engage in protests, donate and volunteer. Their work, “What does the Kansas vote tell us about the future of abortion?” was published in the Monkey Cage for The Washington Post.