This multi-media digital archive contains mainly material in The Internet First University Press (IFUP) that celebrates the contributions of Cornell people to the world of scholarship and to the life of the University and its research, service and educational mission. Included will be biographies, autobiographies, lectures, interviews, scholarly papers, and other materials related to the contributions of the people included. The material in this archive is available to the worldwide scholarly community via the Internet and a full text index to these materials is included in Internet search engines.

This community is sponsored by the Cornell Association of Professors Emeriti, but does not imply editorial responsibilities.

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  • History of the Department of Communication at Cornell University 

    Ward, William B. (Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 2000-12)
  • A Few Things I Remember Or At Least That I’ll Admit! 

    Furry, Ronald B. (East River Editorial, 2018)
    Autobiography of Ronald Bay Furry.
  • Dale Corson: A Celebration of His Life 

    Unknown author (Internet-First University Press, 2012-09-08)
    The life of Cornell President Emeritus Dale Corson was celebrated at a service September 8 in Sage Chapel including a welcome by President David Skorton, remarks by honored guests and family, and music from the Glee Club ...
  • A Conversation with David Jauncey 

    Jauncey, David; Campbell, Donald B. (Internet-First University Press, 2018-01-28)
    David Jauncey retired as a Chief Research Scientist at the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), but remains active. He joined CSIRO after he returned from the US, where he had ...
  • The Rise and Fall of the Cornell Poultry Department, 1903-1991. 

    Nesheim, Malden C. (The Internet-First University Press, 2018-10-10)
    This new history of a truly pioneering field at Cornell was written by an emeritus faculty member of that department who later served as Director of the Division of Nutritional Sciences and University Provost. Nesheim ...

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