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1. Things to Do, July 6-31

Events on campus in July include free lectures, concerts and performances; Staff Development Day, classic films outdoors on Willard Straight Terrace and a summer earth science symposium.

2. CaRDI event to focus on strong families, communities

The 2015 Community Development Institute at Cornell July 14-15 will focus on strong families, strong communities and strategies to support the connections between them.

3. IT has helped scholars collaborate, now may diversify

At a conference for Cornell IT workers, panelists reviewed the history of computer networking and discussed the role of women in computer science.

4. President Garrett sends message to faculty and staff

On her first day as Cornell University president, Elizabeth Garrett sent a message to faculty and staff.

5. New era begins, as President Garrett arrives on campus

The administration of Cornell President Elizabeth Garrett officially began today. Her formal installation as Cornell’s 13th – and first female – leader will be held Friday, Sept. 18, at 10 a.m. on the Arts Quad.

6. Department outreach fuels passion for math

The Department of Mathematics in Cornell’s College of Arts and Sciences offers a Senior Seminar in which graduate students teach Ithaca High School advanced topics in math.

7. Community vigil for Charleston set for 6 p.m. tonight

“A Gathering In Honor of Mother Emanuel's Nine Faithful” will be held June 25 at 6 p.m. at the St. James AMEZ Church, 116 Cleveland Ave., Ithaca.

8. Garrett calls on Cornellians to fight racism, bigotry

President-elect Elizabeth Garrett released a statement June 25 expressing sympathy for the victims of the Charleston church shooting and calling on Cornellians to combat racism and bigotry.

9. Skorton urges awareness, change in wake of shootings

President David Skorton released a statement June 25 urging members of the Cornell community to develop a greater understanding of the racial issues in American and work to influence positive change.

10. Johnson program will be tenant in Collegetown building

Johnson's Executive Education Center will become the tenant in a six-story office/classroom building to rise at 209-215 Dryden Road in Collegetown because it has outgrown its Sage Hall space.