Mark Laidre is a professor in the biology department at Dartmouth. Mark is trying to raise awareness of the coconut crab. The amazing animals are in critical need of conservation help. He will return to Cornell on April 30, 2018 to give a seminar that will touch on the topic (in the Department of Ecology … Continue reading To raise awareness of the coconut crab
This photo was taken on 8/3/17 at our Philadelphia Student Sendoff Party, held at Drexelbrook Catering, courtesy of our generous host Bill Kay ’51. Pictured are CAAAN chairs and members, identified below. Front row: Marcia Epstein (Arts ’64). 2nd row (left to right): Christine Whaley (Arts ’84), Nancy Krablin (Hum Ec ’69), Sue Meyers (Arts … Continue reading Philadelphia Student Sendoff Party
After 45-plus years as a hospital director of social work, case management, counseling, and related divisions, I was thrilled to learn that I had been named a 2017 Barry University Distinguished Alum, where I had earned my master’s degree in social work in 1981. The president of the university declared, “Stephanie has dedicated her professional life to … Continue reading A Cover Girl at last!
Julian Gallow, Cornell Class of 2016 and a fullback on the Cornell Football team, and I. The photo was taken in Oxford, Mississippi where we attended a program sponsored by the US District Court of the Northern District of Mississippi. Julian is working with the Teach for America program in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Jim Rosenblatt Dean … Continue reading Jim Rosenblatt and Julian Gallow
I summited Denali (Mount McKinley) — @ 20,310 ft., the tallest peak in North America — on the Fourth of July this year. This was my fourth Seven Summits (successful summit of Elbrus, Kilimanjaro, and Denali, and failed summit attempt due to weather in Aconcagua). I will be doing more climbs in the future, and … Continue reading Summiting Denali on the Fourth of July