Cornell Association of Professors Emeriti (C.A.P.E.)
In 1982 Cornell's emeritus faculty founded the Association of Cornell University Emeritus Professors. This organization has taken a leading role in fostering social and professional community among retired faculty and facilitating the use of their skills and knowledge in the service of the University. Through support from the Provost's Office, the organization opened an office in 1998, and took a new name--The Cornell Association of Professors Emeriti (CAPE). The office serves as a hub for CAPE's many activities and provides access to information assembled by the Benefits Office for faculty considering retirement as well as information of interest to Emeriti. CAPE continues to nourish the ties between retired faculty and the Cornell community through its newsletter, Connecting, a lecture series, computer workshops, the CAPE Roundtable and (in cooperation with the Cornell Retirees Association) by providing and encouraging service opportunities both at Cornell and in the local community.
You can find more information about The Legacy of Cornell Faculty and Staff at http://ecommons.library.cornell.edu/handle/1813/14143.
For more information go to the CAPE Homepage.
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Discussion: Cornell University, International Rice Research Institute and the University of the Philippines at Los Banos (2014-08-29)Cornell faculty members Royal Colle and Randolph Barker discuss with the former president of the University of the Philippines at Los Banos the Cornell-Philippines project.
(1975)Dr. Gelia Castillo is one of the many outstanding persons in the mid 20th century history of Cornell and The Philippines. She earned the Ph.D degree in Rural Sociology at Cornell in the1960s and has since become internationally ...
(1974)The Cornell- Los Baños Story by Dr. Kenneth Turk documents the dramatic two decades of Cornell's involvement with the rebuilding of the University of the Philippines at Los Baños after that university was severely damaged ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2013-06-21)Ralph Christy, J. Thomas Clark Professor of Entrepreneurship & Personal Enterprise at Cornell University, discusses with Gilbert Levine, Emeritus Professor of biological and environmental engineering, the current activities ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2013-06-21)Professor Emeriti Dan Sisler and Ed Oyer discuss the creation of The Cornell International Institute for Agriculture, Food and Development (CIIAFD).