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Congratulations to award recipients Dick Haggard ’58, PhD ’65 and Connie Case Haggard ’58
Congratulations to award recipient Jane J.K. Hyun ’90
Learn more about the current landscape of Undergraduate Admissions at Cornell, what you can do to support recruitment and enrollment efforts, and what you need to know to be most effective in doing so.
View an update on sorority and fraternity life at Cornell today, and how you can help this community moving forward.
CUeLINKs (Cornell University: Learning, Informing, Networking=Knowledge Sharing) is Cornell’s university-wide knowledge sharing platform, connecting students with alumni to get the most out of the powerful Cornell community.
The Cornell Association of Class Officers (CACO) Board explored meaningful class engagement with students, young alumni, and Cornellians of all ages.
Get an update on Alumni Affairs and the Cornell Alumni Engagement Strategic Plan. A key spotlight focusing on the work of Student and Young Alumni Programs.
How does Cornell welcome, prepare, and engage young alumni for lifelong participation? We explored how to best connect with this part of the Cornell family.
As Cornellians we belong to various alumni communities. How do you navigate the various memberships you hold from class to identity-based organizations, to regional clubs, and beyond? Where do you find synergy and inspiration? How do you navigate the moments when these “memberships” intersect? Learn about the volunteer lifecycle from theory to practice.