Michael I. Kotlikoff, the Austin O. Hooey Dean of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell, will become the university’s 16th provost. He will assume the position August 1.

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Michael I. Kotlikoff, dean of Vet College, named provost

Michael I. Kotlikoff, the Austin O. Hooey Dean of Veterinary Medicine since 2007, will be Cornell University’s next provost, President Elizabeth Garrett announced today. Kotlikoff will assume the office Aug. 1.


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Piano music through the ages celebrated at festival Aug. 5-9

Jul 31, 2015 - 12 AM

The Westfield Center's Forte/Piano festival Aug. 5-9 will celebrate pianos and piano music as the instrument has evolved from the early 18th century to today, with concerts, lectures and recitals. <more>


Scientists study 'peanut-shaped' asteroid near Earth

Jul 31, 2015 - 12 AM

A mile-long asteroid that raced past Earth July 25 at about 45,000 miles per hour was imaged by radar telescopes so that astronomers like Cornell's Sean Marshall could discern its precise orbit and physical shape. <more>


37 Latin American students jump into summer research

Jul 30, 2015 - 12 AM

Thirty-seven students from Latin America have been working with research faculty on campus as part of CienciAmerica, an eight-week summer program at Cornell. <more>