Cornell professor: investigator, comedian, parent, genius, friend
"We expect our faculty to shape minds, to ignite interest and to influence each successive generation to want to do more, to do better, and to climb that next mountain to see what's on the other side," says Kathryn Boor, dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
For tomorrow's faculty legends, along with the many wonderful professors who may never be called legends but who nonetheless make their mark on their fields and on education, this is the job: to influence and improve lives. Read more
Walter LaFeber: A guide, an inspiration
I still have the notebook. I bought it for 59 cents at the Cornell Campus Store in fall 1972, as I began my sophomore year. Read more
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