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Mathematician Narahari Umanath Prabhu was teaching in Australia in the early 1960s, when he wrote the book Stochastic Processes: Basic Theory and Its Applications. The publisher sent Prabhu’s book manuscript to a referee to review, and the review was so glowing that Prabhu asked to learn the name of the referee. The referee was Frank … Read the full story
She played many roles, on and off the stage, for the university community. She leaves behind a legacy of service, generosity, and good humor at Cornell.
With their generosity, Cornellians strengthen the university.
One Cornellian's bequest rallied others behind a scholarship challenge .