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Biomedical technology

Furnish and equip a biomedical technology design studio so graduate students can create and test medical technology at the Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering. Needed: infrastructure (benches, cabinets), power supplies, oscilloscopes and digital analyzers. $50,000

Outside voices

Bring a prominent visitor to campus to participate in the Outside Voices speaker series, which focuses on timely sustainability topics at the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future. $5,000-$10,000

Engineering labs and classrooms

Provide a specialized piece of equipment for a School of Civil and Environmental Engineering classroom or lab. Wolfvision document camera, $5,000; 55" monitor, $2,500; wrist action shaker, $3,000; incubator shaker, $10,000; miter horizontal bandsaw, $4,700; analytical balance, $4,000; vertical bandsaw, $4,500; microcentrifuge, $10,000

Rev. Jack Lewis and Rev. Daniel Berrigan

Rev. Jack Lewis, left, and Rev. Daniel Berrigan in an undated photo. Lewis was director of Cornell United Religious Work from 1965-81; Berrigan was assistant director from 1966-70. Photo: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections. See larger image

Sharp tools, sharp students

The machine shop in Rhodes Hall needs to replace some heavily used and worn tools, lathes and milling machines. Help mechanical and aerospace engineering students learn using safe, new, updated tools. $10,000-$15,000

Adopt a Collection

Fund the organization of the W. Jack Lewis Collection in Cornell University Library's Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, nearly 100 boxes of documents from Lewis, who served as the director of Cornell United Religious Work (CURW) from 1963-81. Documenting his involvement in CURW, the Festival of Black Gospel, the Center for Religion, Ethics and Social Policy, and other organizations, the collection represents a significant time period of Cornell history. $10,000

Canine tummy aches

image from Cornell University Hospital for Animals

Image from Cornell University Hospital for Animals. See larger image

Purchase a tiny camera to help internists examine veterinary patients – most of them dogs – suffering from digestive problems at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals, the only animal hospital in the country with this alternative to conventional endoscopy. $8,470

Capping off a student experience

Cover the travel costs for a student participating in the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs' capstone project, which takes second-year students all over the globe to work with real-world clients on real-world problems. $2,500

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