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1. New LED lights illuminate sports venues’ vibrancy

To fend off climate change and help to sustain the Earth, this is a slam dunk: Cornell Athletics has begun to install new LED lights at all campus sports facilities, including Lynah Rink and Newman Arena.

2. Exhibit dresses up Cornell history through fashion

Fiber Science & Apparel Design professor, students curating “150 Years of Cornell Student Fashion,” which opens Feb. 2 in the Human Ecology Building. Exhibit displays ensembles dating back to 1865.

3. Skorton speeds campus carbon neutrality goal to 2035

Cornell President David Skorton today released the report of the Climate Action Plan Acceleration Working Group, which recommends actions the campus should take to become carbon neutral by 2035.

4. Skorton releases Accelerated Working Group report

President David Skorton has released the report of the Accelerated Working Group, which recommends actions to help the Ithaca campus become carbon neutral by 2035.

5. Proposal deadlines near for engagement, global faculty grants

Grant applications for two programs, Global Cornell’s faculty-led Internationalizing the Cornell Curriculum Grants and Engaged Cornell's engaged curriculum grants, are due in early February.

6. Support each other in this time of grief, president urges

In a message to the community, President David Skorton urged reaching "out to one another with sympathy and concern," following the recent accidental deaths of a student and staff member.

7. New universitywide structure revamps tech licensing office

The framework establishes roles of units involved with technology development and commercialization, development of strategic alliances, advancement of student entrepreneurship and promotion of regional economic development.

8. Councillor, benefactor Henry ‘Hank’ Bartels dies at age 92

Henry “Hank” Bartels ’48, a presidential councillor and generous supporter of the university, died Jan. 16 at age 92. He supported many Cornell programs, including the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, and the Cornell University Library.

9. August overcomes odds, receives E. E. Just Lecture Award

Cornell immunologist Avery August unusual life path has led him the 2014 E.E. Just Lecture Award, given annually to an outstanding minority scientist.

10. Alumni show breadth of options to Arts and Sciences students

College of Arts and Sciences holds series of alumni events during winter break in New York City and Washington, D.C. to give current students a glimpse of what the future may hold for them upon graduation.