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1. Humanities proposal springs from 'radical collaboration' effort

Cornell’s radical collaboration initiatives, launched last fall, are generating momentum and success stories, including a proposal from the task force for the humanities and arts.

2. Lynn Perry Wooten named new dean of Dyson School

Lynn Perry Wooten, a senior associate dean and business school professor at the University of Michigan, has been chosen as dean of the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.

3. Report in progress on admissions, financial aid policy options

A draft report on admissions and financial aid policy options is moving forward with upcoming presentations planned to gather input from academic leaders and undergraduate students.

4. Things to Do, Feb. 24-March 3, 2017

This week on campus, Cornell Chorus hosts a women's choral conference with a keynote by Maggie Wheeler; The Godfather, It and other classics at Cornell Cinema; and The Vagina Monologues.

5. Empathy, Assistance and Referral Service celebrates 45 years

A new website has been launched to recognize the 45-year anniversary of Cornell’s Empathy, Assistance and Referral Service, one of the nation's oldest peer-counseling programs in higher education.

6. Students re-create music, vibe from jazz's earliest days

Five undergraduates will recreate the making of the first jazz record and a performance by its creators on Feb. 26, the 100th anniversary of the recording session by The Original Dixieland Jass Band.

7. ILR course readies students to mediate campus disputes

Students will be able to take a joint ILR-Cornell Law School course that trains them to mediate disputes on campus starting this fall.

8. Endowed scholarship challenge is launched

At the start of this year, Cornell launched a fundraising challenge aimed at creating up to 100 new endowed scholarships, totaling an estimated $25 million, for aid-eligible students.

9. Ted Lowi, renowned political scientist, dies at 85

Theodore Jay Lowi, the charismatic Cornell professor of government whose seminal books became standards in political science discourse, died Feb. 17 in Ithaca, New York. He was 85.

10. Jenny Sabin's 'Lumen' wins MoMA PS1 competition

Assistant professor of architecture Jenny Sabin has won the MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program design competition for Lumen, a pavilion opening this summer at PS1 in Long Island City.