Cornell University News Releases


20th December, 2007
A spruced-up Arecibo Observatory re-opens - and spies an asteroid close to the sun A spruced-up Arecibo Observatory re-opens - and spies an asteroid close to the sun Contact: Blaine Friedlander Phone: (607) 254-8093 Cell: (607) 351-2610 bpf2@cornell.edu FOR RELEASE: Dec. 20, 2007 ITHACA, N.Y. -- The paint is dry and it's time for science:...
17th December, 2007
Vice Provost David Wippman accepts position as dean of University of Minnesota Law School Vice Provost David Wippman accepts position as dean of University of Minnesota Law School Contact: Simeon Moss Phone: (607) 255-2281 Cell: (607) 227-0739 sfm4@cornell.edu FOR RELEASE: Dec. 17, 2007 ITHACA, N.Y. -- Cornell University's senior administration...
13th December, 2007
Cornell awarded grant for Upward Bound program Cornell awarded grant for Upward Bound program Program helps regional low-income students prepare for college Contact: Joe Schwartz Phone: (607) 254-6235 Cell: (607) 351-4221 bjs54@cornell.edu FOR RELEASE: Dec. 13, 2007 ITHACA, N.Y. -- Cornell University has been...
11th December, 2007
Historic Asian American student conference at Cornell, Feb. 15-17, 2008 CORNELL UNIVERSITY MEDIA ADVISORY Historic Asian American student conference at Cornell, Feb. 15-17, 2008 WHAT: "Push Forward," the 2008 East Coast Asian American Student Union Conference (ECAASU) at Cornell University WHEN: Feb. 15-17, 2008 WHERE: Cornell campus, Ithaca, N.Y. WHO: ECAASU 2008...
7th December, 2007
Cornell places third at annual real estate challenge Cornell places third at annual real estate challenge Contact: Joe Schwartz Phone: (607) 254-6235 Cell: (607) 351-4221 bjs54@cornell.edu FOR RELEASE: Dec. 7, 2007 AUSTIN, Texas -- Cornell University students placed third in a National Real Estate Challenge that pitted...
5th December, 2007
Embryonic cell-transplant therapies prevent heart arrhythmias in mice by restoring damaged heart tissue Embryonic cell-transplant therapies prevent heart arrhythmias in mice by restoring damaged heart tissue Contact: Sabina Lee Phone: (607) 255-3024 Cell: (607) 227-3341 ssl37@cornell.edu FOR RELEASE: Dec. 5, 2007 ITHACA, N.Y. -- One of the most dangerous and fatal...
3rd December, 2007
All about cows and calves: Free dairy producers' seminar at the Cornell animal hospital, Dec. 8 CORNELL UNIVERSITY MEDIA ADVISORY All about cows and calves: Free dairy producers' seminar at the Cornell animal hospital, Dec. 8 WHAT: Free, one-day workshops to inform dairy cattle owners on diagnostics and treatments available at the Farm Animal Hospital of Cornell University. WHEN: Saturday,...
30th November, 2007
Cornell sleep expert Professor James Maas discusses 'Everything you should know about sleep, but are afraid to ask,' this Sunday CORNELL UNIVERSITY MEDIA ADVISORY Cornell sleep expert Professor James Maas discusses 'Everything you should know about sleep, but are afraid to ask,' this Sunday WHAT: Lecture by noted Cornell sleep expert Professor James Maas WHEN: Sunday, Dec. 2, 9-10 a.m. WHERE: Bailey Hall, on the Cornell...
30th November, 2007
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity's centennial celebration and conference at Cornell, Dec. 1-4 CORNELL UNIVERSITY MEDIA ADVISORY Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity's centennial celebration and conference at Cornell, Dec. 1-4 WHAT: 2006 Alpha Phi Alpha conference and centennial celebration at Cornell WHERE: Cornell University (multiple locations) WHEN: Friday, Dec. 1 - Monday, Dec. 4 WHO: Alpha Phi...
20th November, 2007
Cornell study: Lead levels well below U.S. standard may affect brain function in children Cornell study: Lead levels well below U.S. standard may affect brain function in children Contact: Nicola Pytell Phone: (607) 254-6236 Cell: (607) 351-3548 nwp2@cornell.edu FOR RELEASE: Nov. 20, 2007 ITHACA, N.Y. -- A new six-year study at Cornell University...