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Cornell Chronicle, September 1, 2022
High School students from around the world come to Cornell University to live on campus and study vet medicine during the summer. They work with Cornell faculty, earn college credit,
Cornell Chronicle , July 28, 2022
Students and lifelong learners are invited to explore a new interest, enhance their resume or strengthen their professional skills through Cornell’s Fall Part-Time Study Program, which runs Aug. 22–Dec. 17,
Cornell Chronicle, June 29, 2022
Among Dean Jermy’s many acts of community service in and around Homer, NY is a public reading of the Declaration of Independence on the village green on the Fourth of
Cornell Chronicle, June 28, 2022
The 2022 Summer Concert Series features three consecutive Friday performances on the Cornell Arts Quad, July 1, 8 and 15 at 7 p.m. Free.
Cornell Chronicle , June 3, 2022
During Summer Session, students get the opportunity to explore topics in great depth for three-, six- or eight-weeks. Classes combine hands-on experiences, lectures, labs, debates, and other learning activities on
Cornell Chronicle , May 12, 2022
The Administrative Management Institute (AMI), one of the country’s top professional development opportunities in higher education, will be back on campus this summer after a two-year hiatus.
Cornell Chronicle , March 15, 2022
Students are invited to enroll now for Cornell’s Summer Session 2022, which, in addition to online classes, will feature on- and off-campus courses that had been curtailed due to COVID-19. Students
Cornell Chronicle, 2022
Though Glenn Morgan Parker '25 grew up only 13 miles away, she might not be at Cornell if not for the David R. and Patricia Atkinson Rural Scholarship Initiative, which
Cornell Chronicle, January 19, 2022
Winter Session courses at Cornell feature a mix of synchronous and asynchronous content, interactive activities, breakout sessions, and more, but the earliest digital courses offered very different experiences.
In December 1997,