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President Elizabeth Garrett marked her first day in office on Wednesday, July 1. Cornell’s thirteenth president, she will be formally inaugurated on Friday, September 18. “In the weeks before we welcome new members of our campus communities and greet returning colleagues and students, I am looking forward to meeting more of you and exploring parts of Cornell I have not visited in my travel over the last nine months,” Garrett said in an e-mail to the University community. “I will spend time in New York City, where Weill Cornell Medical College has been a pioneer in medical education and biomedical research for more than a century and where Cornell has a growing number of other thriving programs. Among other visits, I will check on the progress at our new Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island.” The new president, formerly provost of USC, added that she is “eager to discover the beauty of upstate New York, as well as meet our Ithaca neighbors at the Farmers Market and the new Commons.”

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Bill Howard '74, Chairman
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