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1. Klarman Hall feted as 'place of community, intersection'

Cornell dedicated Klarman Hall May 26 with a celebration featuring poetry, music, a time capsule reflecting life in 2016, and an open house, along with academic panels.

2. Cornell expands health care access for New York students

Cornell is expanding access to health care for its students with a comprehensive health insurance plan designed for students enrolled in New York State Medicaid.

3. Things to Do, May 27-June 3, 2016

Events on campus include commencement weekend concerts, vintage fashion and illustration at Mann Library, and upcoming summer concert and film series.

4. Cornell Tech Open Studio brims with cutting-edge ideas

Cornell Tech's Open Studio, at which prospective graduates present ideas for apps, start-up businesses and other inventions, attracted 500 people May 20 in Manhattan.

5. 6 Ph.D. students learn to commercialize their research

Six engineering doctoral students will spend the summer and the fall semester exploring the potential to turn their research into a business as the first commercialization fellows.

6. Weill Cornell honors newly graduated health care leaders

Weill Cornell Medicine conferred degrees on 139 medical doctors, 62 Ph.D.s, 34 physician assistants and 23 with Master of Science degrees at Carnegie Hall May 25.

7. 24 staff members graduate with higher ed degrees

The accomplishments of 24 staff members who earned associate, bachelor's, master's or doctoral degrees through Cornell's Employee Degree Program or the Tuition Aid Program were celebrated May 24.

8. Parity still far-off goal for women academics in STEM fields

Women haven’t reached parity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines, but progressive policies could help, said Sharon Sassler at the Empowering Women in Science and Engineering Symposium.

9. University revokes recognition of Psi Upsilon fraternity

Travis Apgar, the Robert G. Engel Senior Associate Dean of Students, issued a statement May 25 announcing that Cornell recognition has been revoked for the Psi Upsilon fraternity for a period of no less than 3 years.

10. Kendra Bischoff wins National Academy of Education fellowship

Kendra Bischoff, assistant professor of sociology and the Richard and Jacqueline Emmet Sesquicentennial Faculty Fellow, has been chosen a 2016 National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow.