“It feels good to know you accomplished the goals that you set out to ... to see something tangible for it,” one of the officers said.
Dr. Gregory Eells, director of counseling and psychological services at Gannett Health Services, was recently recognized as an outstanding member in his field by an international organization.
This was the first time that more than one student from Cornell has been awarded the scholarship in the same year.
After weathering public health crises and concerns of understaffing, Gannett Health Services received two official recognitions for its service as a health center this month.
At the end of last year, Ithaca restaurateur Lex Chutintaranond took home the Ithaca Rotary Club’s Pride of Ownership Award for establishing Mia, a new Pan-Asian restaurant located on the Commons.
To recognize their contributions to literature, the New York State Writers Hall of Fame will induct Kurt Vonnegut ’44 and Toni Morrison M.A. ’55 this July, the organization announced on Jan. 11.
The Cornell University Police Department placed second in the university police category of the National Law Enforcement Challenge on Oct. 25.
Prof. Adam Seth Levine '03, government, won the American Political Science Association award for his doctoral research on people's participation in politics.
Prof. Karl Pillemer, human development, recently won a prize from the Geronotological Society of America for his work with the elderly.