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Re-Welcome Bill Salone

I am pleased to announce we have completed the search for the Greenhouse and Grounds Worker Position.  After a competitive search process Bill Salone rose to the top as the lead candidate. Bill has been on a term position with B & P  since last year and has demonstrated an excellent work ethic and attitude. […]

New Temporary Grounds & Greenhouse Position in B&P

Hello! I have posted a Temporary Grounds and Greenhouse Worker position in the Buildings and Properties Department. If you or anyone you know may be interested in applying for this position, please access the Jobs at Cornell Website at: and search for Requisition #18154. We will also be accepting paper applications for this position. […]

Coffee with the Dean Returns to Geneva — Save the Date!

Dear CALS Colleagues: I invite you to attend the second of three Open Forums being held in response to the recent CALS Employee Engagement Survey. These forums provide me and the CALS Employee Engagement Committee with the opportunity to hear from each of you regarding your thoughts, ideas and concerns surrounding the issues highlighted in […]

Trees, Time and a Community

During the hot, dry, dog days of July 2012,  B&P contractors replaced the roof on the Station community’s favorite meeting spot; and we prepared to say good-bye to the grand, old swamp white oak on Collier Drive south of the IPM building.  It took workers less than a day to add another twenty years to […]

2nd North East Vineyard Equipment Show and Demonstration

Come and meet equipment manufacturers and dealers and see their machines working in a vineyard. Equipment to be shown includes canopy and weedsprayers, electronics for spraying, canopy hedgers and trimmers, tractors, mechanical weeders, leaf pullers/removers, hilling machines and trellis supplies.     For more details about the 2nd North East Vineyard Equipment Show and Demonstration, click […]

Poster Printing Moves to Lee Library

  The large poster printer that was operated by the former communications services unit has been moved to the Lee Library in Jordan Hall.  The library staff wanted to keep that capability available on the NYSAES campus and are very happy to provide use of the equipment to the community here.  Lee Library has adopted […]

Administrative Assistant Position Available with IPM Program

Hello! I have posted a part-time, 20 hour per week Administrative Assistant III, Band C, Non-Exempt position located with the IPM Program.  This position will also have some accounting and grant management support responsibilities. If you or anyone you know may be interested in applying for this position, please access the Jobs at Cornell website […]

SAGES Summer Event!

Hi Everyone, On Saturday, July 28th, SAGES will be having Liberty Boat Tours charter a private boat tour of Seneca Lake. The boat tour will begin at 5pm and return at approximately 7pm. The cost of the tour is $5 per person (dinner included) and any family members/guests are welcome! Space on the boat is […]

Local Wellness Opportunity

Hello Station Community, At the Employee Assembly meeting last week, the topic of (or lack thereof) wellness opportunities on the Geneva campus was discussed.  As you may or may not be aware, the Wellness Group on the Ithaca campus offers staff members the opportunity of access to group fitness classes, fitness centers, pools and more.  […]

Station History goes online

The Lee Library is pleased to announce that the history of the first 100 years of the NYSAES is now available online as a PDF.   This title was published by the NYSAES in 1999 and has been used frequently by researchers needing information on the history of various programs here at the Station.  Although a […]

Northeast Agribusiness Seminar in Batavia, NY

The New York Bankers Association in cooperation with Cornell University – Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station presents the Northeast Agribusiness Seminar. This is an annual gathering of 40 commercial agricultural leaders from New York State. The Seminar will feature Agricultural Tours, keynote speakers including David […]

How to Request Emergency Help

Dear Station Community, Important emergency response information for the Geneva Station field research community: Do you know HOW TO REQUEST EMERGENCY HELP (medical, fire or police) from the Geneva farms? Call 911 is correct! With the correct farm address and the approximate location within the farm from a safe location. Without location information, an emergency […]

Kronos Training — Save the date!

Hello Station Community, SAVE THE DATE!!! Kronos payroll system training sessions for staff and supervisors will be held on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 in Jordan Hall Auditorium – times and more information to follow. Best, Pat

B&P New staff member – Will Heindl

I am pleased to announce that we have completed the search for the Maintenance Mechanic II Position that is focused on supporting the remote locations.  The search team was unanimous in its selection of Will Heindl as the top candidate and Will started work 6/28.  Will was most recently  a partner in a construction company […]

Cornell Shines at IFT

At the 2012 IFT (Institute of Food Technologists) Annual Meeting and Food Expo held June 25 – 28 in Las Vegas, Cornell teams were finalists in 3 product development competitions, the College Bowl Competition, the Chapter of the Year Competition, and several paper competitions.  Here is a summary or the outcome of these completions. IFTSA […]

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