Linda Gadsby, Julie Crotty and Jill Goldy, members of the PCCW Steering Committee, at the Reception and Dinner with Affinito-Stewart Grants Recipients at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the President's Council of Cornell Women (PCCW).

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: May 3-5, Ithaca, NY.

PCCW Symposium 2019 Save the Date

May 3-5, 2019
Ithaca, New York

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!

We have blocks of rooms at the following hotels available from Thursday, May 2 through Sunday, May 5:

The Statler Hotel
130 Statler Drive, Ithaca, NY
607-254-2500
Rates: $232-$272 per night
Please reference PCCW for room block rates

Hilton Garden Inn
130 East Seneca St., Ithaca, NY
607-277-8900
Rates: $179 per night
Group/Convention Code: PCCW19

For more information, please contact Carole Quealy at carole.quealy@cornell.edu or by calling 607-254-7104.


Symposium 2018 Highlights

PCCW Celebrates One Cornell:
Improving Lives as a Leader in Technology and Medicine

In April 2018, PCCW bridged the gap between the Ithaca main campus and the New York City based campuses by celebrating the theme of One Cornell.

Live stream with President Martha Pollack

President Martha Pollack, alongside Fred Van Sickle, Vice President for Alumni Affairs and Development addresses PCCW members at the Cornell Tech Campus.

How Data Will Shape the Future of Personal Health

Dr. Deborah Estrin, Associate Dean and Tishman Professor of Computer Science at Cornell Tech and Professor of Public Health at Weill Cornell, presented PCCW members with her cutting-edge research on the future of personal health through the use of technology and data-driven techniques.

Supporting People with Low Vision and Augmented Reality

Shiri Azenkot, Assistant Professor at the Jacobs Institute at Cornell Tech, and a field member in the Information Science Department at Cornell University, provided PCCW members with her expertise on accessibility and human-computer interaction with a focus on understanding and designing for low vision, facilitation of social engagements for those who with vision impairment,  and designing technology for diverse learners.

Affinito-Stewart Grant recipients

A special thanks to Deborah Hoard MPS ’78 for her incredible work on the 2017-2018 Affinito-Stewart Grant recipients video. The video showcased incredible Cornell women faculty members, who were this year’s recipients and celebrated at our Saturday night dinner. To learn more about the many ways in which PCCW supports women, visit our Philanthropy page.

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