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1. Laura Spitz named interim leader for international affairs

Laura Spitz, associate dean for international affairs at Cornell Law School, has been appointed interim vice provost for international affairs, as Fredrik Logevall prepares to step down.

2. Panel looks at Islamic State group and heritage destruction

Faculty, students and staff gathered March 12 to discuss the recent acts of heritage destruction in northern Iraq by Islamic State group and what, if any, response would be appropriate.

3. Physicists energized about restart of Large Hadron Collider

Physics graduate students have grand ideas for what they might find once their detector, the Compact Muon Solenoid at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), goes back online later this year.

4. Law students prepare for job fair at 'boot camp'

At the 2015 LALSA, BLSA and NALSA Professional Development boot camp March 13-14, first-year law students came together to prepare for the annual August job fair.

5. Colleagues celebrate new book on international law

Colleagues from Cornell and elsewhere celebrated publication of law professor Jens Ohlin’s “The Assault on International Law,” which among other things looks at U.S. hostility to international law.

6. Admitted students can hold worldwide virtual conversation

CUontheHill, a virtual resource for newly admitted students, creates a social media space to engage with Cornellians and help with their decision to attend Cornell.

7. Admitted Class of 2019 is most diverse in Cornell history

Cornell’s newly admitted class of freshmen is the most diverse and international in its 150-year history, with prospective undergraduates representing 100 nations from around the world, based on citizenship.

8. Poetry readings celebrate the Near East and New York

“Poetry Pastry: an elegant soiree of Near Eastern New York Poetry on April 16 will combine literature, art, pastry and the launch of a book of poetry. The event will be held at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art.

9. Weill Cornell's Belfer Research Building certified LEED Gold

Weill Cornell Medical College's state-of-the-art Belfer Research Building has achieved LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for its sustainable design and green construction.

10. Cornell grows as hub for Ottoman and Turkish studies

Cornell’s Ottoman and Turkish Studies Initiative seeks to engage students, faculty and the community in discussion of the region’s political, cultural, economic and historic dimensions.