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1. Piano music through the ages celebrated at festival Aug. 5-9

The Westfield Center's Forte/Piano festival Aug. 5-9 will celebrate pianos and piano music as the instrument has evolved from the early 18th century to today, with concerts, lectures and recitals.

2. 37 Latin American students jump into summer research

Thirty-seven students from Latin America have been working with research faculty on campus as part of CienciAmerica, an eight-week summer program at Cornell.

3. Three groups benefit from Charter Day registration fees

The university has donated the proceeds – almost $42,000 – from Charter Day Weekend registration fees to the Student Support Fund, the Emergency CARE Fund and the Tompkins County Library Foundation.

4. Youngest archivist ever is steeped in Cornell history

Evan Earle ’02, M.S. ’14, the newly appointed Dr. Peter J. Thaler ’56 Cornell University Archivist, comes from a Cornell family and from an early age has immersed himself in Cornelliana.

5. EnoCert courses offer wine-industry training

Two upcoming EnoCert courses for winery employees will be offered Aug. 4 (EnoCert 203 Winery Sanitation and Safety) and Aug. 5 (EnoCert 202 Tasting Room Sales Strategies).

6. AAP program for executives focuses on New York City

Twenty-two architecture and urban design professionals from China took part in the College of Architecture, Art and Planning’s first international executive education program.

7. Law students help reverse Malawi death penalty sentence

Students in the Law School's International Human Rights Clinic helped release a man who had been in prison for 20 years and facing the death penalty.

8. Michael I. Kotlikoff, dean of Vet College, named provost

Michael I. Kotlikoff, the Austin O. Hooey Dean of Veterinary Medicine since 2007, will be Cornell University's 16th provost, President Elizabeth Garrett announced today. Kotlikoff will assume the office Aug. 1.

9. President Garrett announces Cornell's 16th provost

In a message to faculty and staff, Cornell President Elizabeth Garrett announced the appointment of Michael Kotlikoff as the university's 16th provost.

10. Student interns help stir growth at Ithaca Hummus

Students Kelley McElfresh ’16, Devin Hegelein ’17 and Katie Kraft ’17 are making substantial contributions to sales and manufacturing at Ithaca Hummus in Groton, New York.