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Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference
January 16–18, 2015

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Save the Date for CALC 2016

January 21–24
Philadelphia Downtown Marriott

CALC 2015

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Office of Alumni Affairs
607-254-7115
calc@cornell.edu

 

 

The Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference (CALC) returns to Boston in 2015 for our sixth annual meeting of Cornell's volunteer leaders.

Sesquicentennial spirit will infuse the weekend. In addition to participating in the lively and enriching CALC program, we hope you will register for Cornell's Sesquicentennial celebration planned for Saturday evening, January 17. (If you saw the Sesquicentennial show in New York, Washington, or Hong Kong, here’s a chance to see it again!)

CALC 2015 continues the tradition of Cornell volunteers gathering to share innovative ideas, best practices, and camaraderie. Adding to the festivities and program offerings this year will be a large number of students, administrators, and other special guests, including members of the Cornell University Glee Club. Our Saturday luncheon will feature President David Skorton, as he reflects on his time at Cornell and the university’s direction for its next 150 years.

If you have any questions about the conference, our staff is available to help. Please call 607-254-7115, or drop a note to calc@cornell.edu.

I look forward to seeing you in January!

Warm regards,

Mazzasig
Jim Mazza '88
Associate Vice President, Alumni Affairs

 

About the Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference

CALC is Cornell's flagship volunteer event! Volunteer leaders of numerous clubs, classes, associations, positions, and geographies come together to communicate, collaborate, brainstorm, learn, and share, creating connections and synergies that benefit all Cornellians.

Over three days, the conference features a mix of faculty and staff presentations, alumni-led discussions, trustee insights, board meetings, networking opportunities, organization-specific programs, and even a little time on the town.