The 2015 President's Council of Cornell Women (PCCW) Annual Meeting: Reception and Dinner: Celebrating 25 Years.

Symposium

An engaging two-day event, the PCCW Symposium is a dynamic opportunity to strengthen your connection with the work of PCCW. Meet other successful alumnae, learn about university initiatives, and participate in student and peer mentoring. Don't miss an opportunity to see old friends and make new ones, save the date: April 13-14, New York City.

PCCW Symposium 2018

April 13-14, 2018

Cornell Tech and Weill Cornell Medicine

New York City

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Hotel Information

PCCW has reserved a block of rooms at the Marriott Renaissance New York Hotel on 57th and Lexington (130 East 57th Street). This is a convenient location, including nearby public transportation, for the Cornell Tech Campus on Roosevelt Boulevard, for the Weill Cornell Medicine campus, for the Cornell Club dinner on Friday night, and for much of Manhattan.  A room with one double bed is $259 and a room with two double beds is $299 (plus applicable taxes, currently 14.75%, and a $3.50 per night occupancy fee).

Please reserve your room soon as this block expires on March 12, 2018.

To make a reservation, call Marriott Reservations at 212-753-8841, and identify yourself as part of the President’s Council of Cornell Women April 2018 meeting.

Please email Bonnie Brier ’72 if you are looking for a roommate for one of the double accommodations.

 

Highlights from the 2017 Symposium, “Cornell: Feeding the World Sustainably” March 3-5, 2017

A focus on food

More than 100 Cornell alumnae gathered March 4 as part of the 2017 President’s Council of Cornell Women Symposium. Highlights included presentations on food ethics and small farms by Cornell professors. “Like it or not, we face difficult moral decisions
when we decide how to shop, order, eat, and dispose,” said moderator Nancy Williams Clark ’62. Kathryn J. Boor ’80, Ronald P. Lynch Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences contributed information on Cornell solutions with a presentation
titled “Growing Solutions: How CALS is Shaping the Food of the Future.”

PCCW in the news

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