Setting a trajectory for a life of health
From a near-fatal battle with anorexia, a recent Cornell graduate not only found her way to good health but launched a research career in gastroenterology. Without Cornell's caring community, she says, "I might not be alive today."
Her story, and others, reflects Cornell's distinctive approach to student health care as the university serves a more diverse student population with an increasing need for a wider range of services. Read more
More stories in this issue
A new health center for a new generation ... $6 million gift funds Fine Arts Library transformation ... Q&A with Cornell's deans ... Read more
What are their greatest challenges? An aging infrastructure, says one. Others point to limited resources and a small endowment, the budget challenges that face all of higher education and the lack of appreciation for "human capital as a competitive advantage to organizations and society." Read more