• Family Fellows Spotlight: David and Pauline Musto P’20, P’23

    David and Pauline Musto P’20, P’23 are Cornell parents from Fairfield County, Connecticut. Their son, Ryan ’20, graduated from the College of Arts and Sciences and their daughter, Meghan ’23, is a current student in the College of Human Ecology. Though not alumni themselves, David and Pauline have been dedicated volunteers for the last six … Read more

    September 1, 2021
  • Cornell sees record-breaking year for alumni giving, engagement

    More than 66,000 donors to Cornell gave a record-breaking $839 million in new gifts and commitments to the university in the 2020-2021 fiscal year. Gifts came in from almost 44,000 alumni and students, plus parents, staff, faculty, and friends, and supported over 2,300 separate areas of the university. Despite the challenges of the pandemic, the … Read more

    August 12, 2021
  • Supporting undocumented students key to ‘… any person … any study’

    Cornell was founded on the principle of “… any person … any study,” and today more than ever, that means celebrating students of all lived experiences and identities—including undocumented students. “We’ve taken on a responsibility to make sure all of our students, regardless of their identities, are able to take advantage of the richness of … Read more

    May 26, 2021
  • Giving Day 2021 brings Cornellians together, shatters records

    In 24 hours, 14,411 donors raised a record-breaking $10,040,921 to support Cornell students, programs, and research on the university’s seventh Giving Day, March 11. Gifts poured in steadily throughout the day, with support from all 50 U.S. states, plus Puerto Rico and Washington D.C., as well as nearly 80 countries around the world. “We’re so … Read more

    March 15, 2021
  • Atkinsons’ $30M gift to name multidisciplinary building

    A $30 million commitment from David R. Atkinson ’60 and Patricia Atkinson will name a new multidisciplinary building on campus, intended to foster innovative and collaborative research in priority areas of sustainability, public health, cancer biology, immunology and computational biology. Atkinson Hall, to be built on Tower Road adjacent to Rice and Bruckner halls, will … Read more

    March 8, 2021