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1. Human Ecology launches grassroots green campaign

More than 30 Human Ecology students, staff and faculty have signed on to become Green Ambassadors who will lead a peer-to-peer campaign to conserve campus resources and promote a culture of sustainability across the college.

2. Dazzling festivities in NYC celebrate Cornell's 150th

Cornellians kicked off the first of the university’s regional sesquicentennial celebrations in a big way in the Big Apple Sept. 12-13.

3. Award recognizes campus diversity, inclusion efforts

Cornell has won a national diversity award from INSIGHT Into Diversity for its measurable achievements in broadening diversity and inclusion on campus.

4. Congressional Budget Office director: Spending can't last

Douglas Elmendorf, director of the Congressional Budget Office, focused on shifting priorities in the federal budget in a Sept. 11 campus talk.

5. Diversity expert encourages self-reflection

Maura Cullen, an authority on diversity issues on college campuses, encouraged her audience to evaluate inherent biases and to overcome them in a campus talk Sept. 11.

6. Hackathon showcases smart content search engine

Participants in Big Red//Hacks Sept. 26-28 will get access to a new smart content search engine in use by startup Speare, founded by Rahul Shah ’16.

7. Bethe lecturer to tackle black holes, quantum theory

Juan Maldacena, is a leading theorist of quantum gravity, string theory and quantum field theory, will deliver the fall 2014 Hans Bethe lecture Sept. 24 on campus.

8. University surpasses $4.75 billion 'Cornell Now' campaign goal

Cornell has surpassed its 'Cornell Now' campaign goal, thanks to a record year of giving in 2014. Funds raised go toward the university’s top strategic priorities, including students, faculty, programs and facilities.

9. Panel discusses the death of Michael Brown

A campus panel examined the death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, Sept. 10.

10. Life science projects with legs for business win grants

Ten projects led by Cornell life science researchers received one-year grants.