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Novelist Robert Morgan reads from Chasing the North Star

School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, August 11, 2017

Robert Morgan, Kappa Alpha Professor of English at Cornell, read from his 2016 novel Chasing the North Star in Kennedy Hall on July 26, 2017, as part of the free... > more

Global scholars study academic English at Cornell

by Sheri Englund,
Global Cornell, August 7, 2017
From June 26 to August 4, 2017, thirty-eight undergraduates, grad students, and visiting scholars from twelve nations honed their English speaking and writing skills in the English for International Students... > more

Summer in Madrid program transforms students

by Kathy Hovis,
Cornell Chronicle, July 13, 2017
Through the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions' Summer Program in Madrid, students use Spanish in and out of the classroom, get to know and interact with native... > more

Summer Session: Cornell celebrates 125th anniversary

by Matt Weinstein,
Ithaca Journal, June 30, 2017
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Cornell Summer Session celebrates 125 years

by Dan Aloi,
Cornell Chronicle, June 15, 2017
Beginning in July 1892, the first Summer Session included instruction in botany, drawing and entomology. Now, 125 years later, Cornell offers more than 600 summer courses in nearly 80 disciplines... > more

Cornell's free summer events begin June 27

School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, May 26, 2017

Cornell University's School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions invites you to expand your horizons and continue your education in one of the most enjoyable ways possible—by attending our > more

Earn up to four credits in three weeks during Summer Session

School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, May 8, 2017

Three-week session, May 31–June 23, leaves plenty of time for work and play

Having summer plans to work, travel, or visit friends and family doesn't have to preclude taking a Summer... > more

Cornell Changemakers: Summer programs help students enhance the lives of others

School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, April 7, 2017

Cornell University is committed to improving the lives of people everywhere. As part of this mission, Cornell’s Summer Session faculty are helping students become agents for change in three summer... > more

Cornell offers wealth of summer study opportunities

School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, March 1, 2017

Online enrollment is now open for hundreds of Cornell courses offered on campus, online, and around the world during Summer Session.

Open to all and available in three-, six-,... > more

Cornell's Summer Session provides exciting off-campus study opportunities

School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, February 16, 2017

Undergraduates from Cornell and other institutions can earn credits during the summer in a variety of off-campus Cornell programs in the U.S. and abroad.

For students interested in professional or personal... > more

Glenn Altschuler talks about advocacy techniques in great American trials

School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, August 11, 2017

Presenting the first lecture in the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions' free summer events series on July 5, 2017, Dean Glenn Altschuler spoke about the trials of Leopold... > more

Jonathan Lunine considers authorship of Big Bang Theory

School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, August 11, 2017

Can science and religion be reconciled? Astronomy professor Jonathan Lunine offered his thoughts on the subject on July 19, 2017, in Kennedy Hall. The lecture was part of the free... > more

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