Join CCMO alumni, families and friends for a winter hike in Holmdel Park. We'll meet at the Pond View Shelter Building, opposite the parking lot near the park entrance at Longstreet Road.
Beautiful 566-acre Holmdel Park is a gem that you likely have been to... but maybe not in the winter.
With experience climbing Libe Slope to get to your winter finals, you should be just fine.
We'll walk the marked trails in Holmdel Park and conclude the afternoon with hot chocolate and snacks in front of the fireplace in the Pond View Shelter Building.
Depending on the participants and conditions, we may break into two groups, traversing different trails. Please bring sturdy shoes, water and sustenance as needed, and dress for the weather.
This event is free
, but please register if you plan to join us. If weather looks inhospitable, we'll send a message Monday morning. And if you register but can't make it, or have questions, please contact Barb Bennett '77 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Return to the Classroom
1 afternoon, 3 lectures, a lifetime of learning
Saturday, February 18, 2017 | 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. | New York, New York
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Immerse yourself in Cornell academics, without traveling to Ithaca! Three Cornell faculty members bring the classroom to you through lectures inspired by classes they’re currently teaching on campus. Spend your Saturday learning about cutting edge research and ideas, and reconnecting with other Cornellians!
INFO 4400: “Human-Computer Interaction Design” by Gilly Leshed PhD ’09, Senior Lecturer, Department of Information Science
PMA 2660: “Television” by Nick Salvato, Associate Professor and Chair, Performing and Media Arts, College of Arts and Sciences
BME: “Highlights of Breakthrough Cancer Research” by Claudia Fischbach-Teschl, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering
Date: Saturday, February 18, 2017
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (see registration page for schedule details)
Location: New York Marriott East Side
525 Lexington Avenue (b/t East 48th and 49th Street), New York, NY 10017
Price: $55 General Admission | $45 Young Alumni (0 – 10 years out)
Friends, family and middle/high school students are welcome to attend!
Your ticket includes access to all three lectures, New York-themed snacks, coffee, tea and beverages and a Cornell branded notebook.