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Table of Contents Vol. IX, Issue 2, Spring 2017

Cornell Universe

Cornell Universe

Endowed scholarship challenge, Souvlaki House shout-out, Grateful Dead concert release and book, thank-yous to volunteers, a glimpse at Cornell Alumni Magazine, and more. Read more

Cover Story

A 'stronger, more holistic' impact

Through research, outreach and imagination, Cornell is an integral, growing part of New York City's future. Read more

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Cornell alumni in NYC

A look at three alumni in the arts, publishing and theater worlds in New York City. Read more

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Established and influential: AAP NYC, 10 years in

Cornell's College of Architecture, Art and Planning (AAP) enjoys a well-established presence in New York City in both academic programming and the professional practice of its faculty and alumni. Read more


Entrepreneurship: A developing ecosystem of, through and beyond Cornell

It is not an exaggeration to say entrepreneurship is woven throughout Cornell's academic culture. After all, the university's co-founder and namesake, Ezra Cornell, was a 19th-century entrepreneur. Read more


Doing good while doing well: The Cornell Tradition's silver thread

The program celebrates its 35th anniversary and a new gift while continuing to flourish. Read more


Looking at recently hired faculty

A continuing look at recently hired faculty who embody Cornell's collaborative vitality. Read more

From The Collections

Growing forward: Cornell's unique living collections

With a new name and broader mission, Cornell's living museum of plants is gaining international accolades for its horticultural beauty and its leadership in environmental conservation and education. Read more

Worth Supporting

Jacobs challenge creates four endowed chairs In Human Ecology

Endowed professorships have been established through a challenge grant initiated by longtime Cornell benefactors Joan Klein Jacobs '54 and Irwin Mark Jacobs '54. Read more

Make It Happen

You can make it happen

Giving opportunities across Cornell, plus a thank you to those who fulfilled requests. Read more

End Note

Creativity, openness, learning, joy and inspiration at Cornell Tech

My motivation to pursue engineering and business at the graduate level stems from two disparate yet equally important childhood experiences. Read more

From The President

Martha E. Pollack

Cornell's spirit of innovation -- evidenced by its faculty, students, staff and alumni -- has earned it a national and international reputation for excellence and is driving the university's leadership among institutions of higher education in the 21st century. Read more