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Students form bonds with each other that last a lifetime.

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News

Animal joint surgeries may lead to human repairs

A pair of unique surgical procedures performed on animals promises to revolutionize the ways surgeons repair cartilage and meniscus tears in human knees and other joints. <more>


The 'One Health' case for environmental policy action

Dr. Alexander J. Travis shares an opinion piece on environmental policy on popular policymaker news source "The Hill." <more>


Feeding your canine athlete

Dr. Joseph Wakshlag shares tips and insights in a New York Times piece about sports nutrition for dogs. <more>


Baker Institute Seminar Series at Baker Institute for Animal Health

Sep 2, 2014 - 12 PM

Becky Harman, Research Support Specialist, "Establishment of an Air-Liquid Canine Cornea Organ Culture Model for the Study of Acute Herpes Keratitis". <more>


Veterinary Senior Seminars at Veterinary College

Sep 3, 2014 - 4 PM

Emily Sabo - "An Investigation of Neonatal Dyspnea" Emily (Myers) Farmer - "Jejunal-Jejunal Intussusception in a 10 Week Old Parvo Puppy" Jacqueline Walker - "Helminths... <more>


Dr. DeLahunta Neurology Lecture at College of Veterinary Medicine

Sep 5, 2014 - 3 PM

Dr. DeLahunta will be giving a lecture on neurology and there will be a meet and greet afterwards. <more>


Gorge safety program dedicated in memory of Nathaniel Rand

Aug 28, 2014 - 12 AM

Cornell and local community members gathered at the Cornell Plantations’ Nevin Center Aug. 26 to dedicate the Nathaniel Rand ’12 Memorial Gorge Safety Education Program. The program was created to promote the safe enjoyment of the natural gorges. <more>


Things to Do, Aug. 29-Sept. 5

Aug 28, 2014 - 12 AM

Events on campus this week include 'Surrealism and Magic' at the Johnson Museum; film series on blaxploitation and robots; free concerts and a panel on Latinos and Latinas at Cornell. <more>


Campus computer network upgrade speeds connections

Aug 28, 2014 - 12 AM

A three-year effort to upgrade the campus network wraps up, bring faster and more accessible Internet and phone service. <more>