Asian American studies celebrates new endowment funding

Read the full story by Kathy Hovis. A new $500,000 alumni gift to the Asian American Studies Program (AASP) in the College of Arts and Sciences will allow the program to increase the number of special events and speakers it brings to campus and provides support for an ongoing oral history project, which connects current … Read the full story

Irwin gift endows unique engineering education professorship

Read the full story by Syl Kacapyr in the Cornell Chronicle. A newly endowed professorship at Cornell, made possible with a multimillion-dollar gift from George Stephen Irwin ’67, M.Eng. ’68, is dedicated to engineering education research. The gift establishes the Dr. G. Stephen Irwin ’67, ’68 Professorship in Engineering Education Research in the Smith School … Read the full story

Supporting first-generation students

Kathy Delsanter ’63, MS ’65 is among more than 50 Cornell alumni—representing class years that span seven decades—who established or significantly enhanced new affordability scholarships in fiscal year 2023.

Making a Cornell education possible

Michael A. Bonarti ’87 and Judith Germano '91 are among more than 50 Cornell alumni—representing class years that span seven decades—who established or significantly enhanced new affordability scholarships in fiscal year 2023.

Carrying on a uniquely Cornell tradition

Tanni Wu '06 is among more than 50 Cornell alumni—representing class years that span seven decades—who established or significantly enhanced new affordability scholarships in fiscal year 2023.

New baseball field to honor generosity of Rich Booth ’82

Read the full article by Tom Fleischman in the Cornell Chronicle. Cornell’s new baseball stadium, at the corner of Ellis Hollow and Game Farm roads, will be called Booth Field, honoring Richard L. “Rich” Booth ’82 for his extraordinary leadership and generosity – much of it anonymous – over the last four decades. The Cornell … Read the full story