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7:00 a.m.–7:30 p.m.

Registration Desk Open
4th Floor

8:00–9:15 a.m.

Trustee Task Force on Volunteer Leadership Meeting

Staff Contact: Laura Denbow
By invitation
Orleans Room, 4th Floor

8:00–9:45 a.m.

Cornell University Council Membership Committee

Staff Contact: Staci Kirkland
Members only
Vineyard Room, 4th Floor

8:00–11:00 a.m.

Fraternity and Sorority Advisory Council

Staff Contact: Terry Hahn
Members only
Provincetown Room, 4th Floor

9:30–11:30 a.m.

Board Meetings

Members only

Cornell Association of Class Officers
Staff Contact: Margaret Gallo
Salon A, 4th Floor

Cornell Engineering Alumni Association
Staff Contact: Kristie Blake

Nantucket Room, 4th Floor

Human Ecology Alumni Association and
Human Ecology Young Alumni Council

Staff Contact: Terri Jackson
Yarmouth Room, 4th Floor

Mosaic
Staff Contact: Yve-Car Momperousse
Salon C, 4th Floor

10:00–11:30 a.m.

Cornell University Council Administrative Board
Staff Contact: Laura Denbow
Members only
Salon D, 4th Floor

11:45 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

Lunch: Leading by Example—Developing Cornell Volunteer Leaders

Grand Ballroom, 4th Floor

Through guided conversation with the Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble (CITE), we will explore the characteristics, skills, and behaviors of volunteer leaders. A luncheon for all CALC attendees, we also will be joined by recipients of the Frank H.T. Rhodes Exemplary Alumni Service Award, winners of the William "Bill" Vanneman '31 Outstanding Class Leader Award, and the Cornell Alumni Association Board. Please note: This session will begin promptly at 11:45.

1:30–5:30 p.m

Reunion 2013 Planning

Salon A/B, 4th Floor

June is quickly approaching, so let’s get down to business! During this extensive session we’ll get into specifics that will help your Reunion planning stay on track, on time, and on budget. Reunion staff and past Reunion chairs will share all you need to know about promoting the weekend, producing events, supervising clerks, and managing registrations with our new registration tool. You’ll also have a chance to hear secrets of success from other Reunion chairs and ask specific questions of those who have done this before. Please note: This session is for Reunion 2013 chairs and committee members only.

1:45–5:15 p.m.

Track Sessions

The Track Sessions are your opportunity to learn from and network with leaders in your specific area of interest.

Session One
1:45–2:45 p.m.

Arts and Sciences Career Connections Committee
Clarendon Room, 3rd Floor
The Value of a Liberal Arts Degree: Alumni-Student Career Connections in Arts and Sciences
How valuable is a liberal arts degree? Have you begun to recognize more value in your liberal arts degree as you progress in your career? Do you remember wondering as a student how you would put your degree to use? A&S Career Services and the A&S Career Connections Committee are working to connect students with alumni to learn about careers and the value of a liberal arts degree in the workplace. Come learn about our successes and challenges and how you can join in these efforts.

Class Officers
Dartmouth Room, 3rd Floor
Class Budgets and Financial Planning
Dues mailings, class projects, class officer reimbursements, Cornell Alumni Magazine subscriptions, class events—all these initiatives cost money. What can and should a class fund or subsidize? How much money does a class really need to have in its treasury? What are some of the ways in which you might use a surplus to make an impact on your classmates and/or Cornell? Hear from fellow officers and Cornell staff as they discuss budgeting logistics and best practices that can help you and your fellow officers with fiduciary decisions and planning. This session is intended for class presidents, treasurers, and vice presidents of membership in all classes.

Class Officers
Suffolk Room, 3rd Floor
Promoting Your Reunion Using Social Media
Facebook first, Twitter second, LinkedIn third, and don’t forget your website! Come hear from class officers who successfully coordinated their social media tools in order to communicate with classmates and market their class reunion—and used social media to keep things going during Reunion. Whether you are targeting particular affinity groups and/or your entire class, a coordinated social media plan will help you in your efforts for short- and long-term engagement. This session is intended for 0s/5s and 4s/9s who are in year 3 or 4 of their class life cycle and select year-5 class officers who will not be attending the Reunion 2013 workshop.

Cornell University Council
MIT Room, 3rd Floor
Geographic Team Leader Instruction
Are you a member of Cornell University Council who has been asked to be a Geographic Team Leader for the Council Ambassador Program? This session will provide you with the tools to be successful in that role.

Diversity Leaders
Arlington Room, 3rd Floor
Building Your Diversity Network
This structured session facilitates dynamic conversations and information-sharing among diverse Cornell leaders. It's a perfect opportunity to get to know and coalition-build with Mosaic, CBAA, CLAA, CNAAA, CUGALA, CKAA, and CAAA board members, in addition to other Cornell leaders, students, and staff.

Greek Life
Berkeley Room, 3rd Floor
Greek System Update: Responding to the President's Challenge

Featuring Travis T. Apgar, the Robert G. Engel Associate Dean of Students; Ralph V. Wilhelm '67; Donna M. Barsotti; Daniel P. Meyer '87; and Frank B. Wilkinson '84

This session will provide a brief review of current efforts in response to the President’s Challenge to “end pledging as we know it.” We will also share the long-term strategies being utilized in an effort to eradicate hazing and other outdated and/or risky activities that often overshadow, if not disrupt, student and alumni leaders' efforts to realize this as a premier student development experience at Cornell. Ample time will be provided to engage in discussion with a panel of involved alumni leaders and staff.

Regional Clubs
Exeter/Fairfield Room, 3rd Floor
From Board Dynamics to Dynamic Boards (Part 1)
Dynamic boards are characterized by their energy and effective action. In today’s world, boards are required to deal with continuous change and activity. Members of the Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble (CITE) will lead us in this two-part session, which will provide an opportunity for participants to learn and engage with each other around the following:

  • Communication skills
  • Conflict management skills
  • How groups function
  • How to work effectively to promote Cornell’s mission and vision

Session Two
3:00–4:00 p.m.

Arts and Sciences Career Connections Committee
Clarendon Room, 3rd Floor
The Value of a Liberal Arts Degree: Alumni-Student Career Connections in Arts and Sciences
How valuable is a liberal arts degree? Have you begun to recognize more value in your liberal arts degree as you progress in your career? Do you remember wondering as a student how you would put your degree to use? A&S Career Services and the A&S Career Connections Committee are working to connect students with alumni to learn about careers and the value of a liberal arts degree in the workplace. Come learn about our successes and challenges and how you can join in these efforts.

Class Officers
Simmons Room, 3rd Floor
Class Events
Planning events for your class can be one of the most rewarding officer activities and one of the best ways to engage a diverse cohort of classmates. There are myriad ways to engage classmates, including regional 40th/50th birthday celebrations, decade socials, and New Student Reading Project book discussions, to name a few. Hear best practices and other ideas from class officers who have planned enticing events. Come prepared to share your own successes.

Class Officers
Suffolk Room, 3rd Floor
Promoting Your Reunion Using Social Media
Facebook first, Twitter second, LinkedIn third, and don’t forget your website! Come hear from class officers who successfully coordinated their social media tools in order to communicate with classmates and market their class reunion—and used social media to keep things going during Reunion. Whether you are targeting particular affinity groups and/or your entire class, a coordinated social media plan will help you in your efforts for short- and long-term engagement. This session is intended for 0s/5s and 4s/9s who are in year 3 or 4 of their class life cycle and select year 5 class officers who will not be attending the Reunion 2013 workshop.

Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network
Wellesley Room, 3rd Floor
An Admissions Case Study
Acceptance rates continue to set record lows at Cornell and other highly selective colleges/universities. Who would you choose to admit? Attend an eye-opening interactive workshop and serve as an admissions officer for an hour to see just how hard it really can be to choose between the amazing candidates.

Cornell University Council
MIT Room, 3rd Floor
One-on-One Training for New Ambassadors
Members of the Cornell University Council have been asked to give 200 talks this year for the Council Ambassador Program. Learn what constitutes an ambassador talk and how best to prepare and deliver effective talks. Jay Carter ’71, MEng ’72, chair of the Council Ambassador program, will be available with other Council leaders to answer your questions.

Diversity Leaders
Arlington Room, 3rd Floor
The "Innerview": How to Recruit People to Your Organization
Want to know how to get people involved in your organization? First you need to ask a few strategic questions. Through an innovative, introspective process, participants will learn how to understand the unique selling points of their organizations and how to increase its productivity through membership recruitment. Organizations that do not continually bring in new members and then retain them lose strength and effectiveness. This is an issue that all volunteer organizations have in common.

Greek Life
Brandeis Room, 3rd Floor
The Cornell Greek Leadership Academy

Featuring Amy Kohut, the Dan Tillemans Director, Cornell Team & Leadership Center

Follow the progress of this unique program in which Cornell Outdoor Education's Team & Leadership Center delivers a Leadership Academy for leaders from 19 chapters in a two semester format. Hear the details of the program with both the highlights and the challenges of this program in its second year. During the workshop we will also review and interact with Janssen's Four Rooms of Change Model, which is part of the curriculum of the Academy. This program was collaboratively designed by the Team & Leadership Center, the Office for Fraternity, Sorority and Independent Living, and a steering committee of alumni and students.

Regional Clubs
Exeter/Fairfield Room, 3rd Floor
From Board Dynamics to Dynamic Boards (Part 2)
This session with CITE continues the presentation from Session One (1:45-2:45) and is open only to those who attended the first part.

Session Three
4:15–5:15 p.m.

Class Officers
Dartmouth Room, 3rd Floor
Class Budgets and Financial Planning
Dues mailings, class projects, class officer reimbursements, Cornell Alumni Magazine subscriptions, class events —all these initiatives cost money. What can and should a class fund or subsidize? How much money does a class really need to have in its treasury? What are some of the ways in which you might use a surplus to make an impact on your classmates and/or Cornell? Hear from fellow officers and Cornell staff as they discuss budgeting logistics and best practices that can help you and your fellow officers with fiduciary decisions and planning. This session is intended for class presidents, treasurers, and vice presidents of membership in all classes.

Class Officers
Simmons Room, 3rd Floor
Class Events
Planning events for your class can be one of the most rewarding officer activities and one of the best ways to engage a diverse cohort of classmates. There are myriad ways to engage classmates, including regional 40th/50th birthday celebrations, decade socials, and New Student Reading Project book discussions, to name a few. Hear best practices and other ideas from class officers who have planned enticing events. Come prepared to share your own successes.

Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network
Wellesley Room, 3rd Floor
Back to Basics
What does it mean to be a CAAAN volunteer? How does CAAAN benefit Cornell?  Why do CAAAN volunteers meet with applicants? Whether you’re one of our 9,500+ volunteers or you are interested in joining the cause, a clear understanding of the basics is essential to serving as an effective admissions ambassador. We’ll cover these basics and also offer a mock contact meeting to demonstrate best practices.  Learn what we’re all about and bring your questions, too.

Diversity Leaders
Arlington Room, 3rd Floor
The Four Levels of Leadership: How to Lead Teams and Organizations
This presentation breaks down myths about great leadership and draws out the leader within each participant. Learn how to effectively lead boards and committees so your organizations can be more sustainable from year to year.

PCCW
Berkeley Room, 3rd Floor
Get Connected and Be Involved
What are the basics of involvement in the President’s Council of Cornell Women (PCCW)? Join other PCCW members, a dynamic group of nominated alumnae, to connect with each other and learn about or refresh your understanding of the mission and impact of PCCW; the interesting work of PCCW committees; the importance and fun of the annual meeting; the variety of PCCW-sponsored alumnae events across the country; the many ways to network with your PCCW colleagues; and fulfilling opportunities to mentor students and to contribute to student and faculty advancement.

Regional Clubs
Provincetown Room, 4th Floor
If You Plan It Well, They Will Come: Best Bets for Successful Club Events
Popular events drive club engagement. Hear about successful past events, learn tips on how to create a dynamic program, and brainstorm new program ideas. Discover how to find great locations, recruit appealing speakers, and think outside the box. The nuts and bolts of events will also be covered. Come and share your ideas!

5:30–6:30 p.m.

Health Care Today, Implications for Tomorrow

Grand Ballroom, 4th Floor

How do we analyze and untangle the myriad factors affecting health care today? Affordability, access, policy, reform, delivery, quality, funding, research… today's topics are numerous, the solutions for tomorrow are obscure. Our panel of experts brings an accumulation of knowledge and experience to bear on one of the most critical issues of our time.

Introductions:

tuckerSheryl Hilliard Tucker '78, special projects manager/philanthropy at Time Inc.; alumni trustee member of the Cornell University Board of Trustees






Moderator:

Philip R. Reilly, M.D., '69, venture partner at Third Rock Ventures and member of the Cornell University Board of Trustees

ReillyDr. Reilly joined Third Rock Ventures in 2009, and supports the firm's founding and advancement of new ventures, with a particular focus on seeking to nurture and grow transformational companies dedicated to breakthrough treatments for genetic disorders. Phil is an accomplished entrepreneur, and has a long standing interest in genetic testing and in developing new therapies for genetic diseases. Phil is currently a trustee of Cornell University and has served twice (2000 & 2003) as President of the American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics. Read more...

Panelists:

Laurie H. Glimcher, M.D., Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Dean, Weill Cornell Medical College, and provost for medical affairs of Cornell University

GlimcherDr. Glimcher is the Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Dean of Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, New York, where she is also professor of medicine. In addition, Dr. Glimcher is provost for medical affairs of Cornell University. Previously, she was the Irene Heinz Given Professor of Immunology at the Harvard School of Public Health, where she was director of the Division of Biological Sciences, and professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, where she headed one of the top immunology programs in the world. She also served as senior physician and rheumatologist at the Brigham and Woman's Hospital. Read more...


Gene D. Resnick, M.D., '70, MD '74, chief medical officer and executive vice president of Aptiv Solutions and alumni trustee member of the Cornell University Board of Trustees

ResnickDr. Resnick is chief medical officer and executive vice president of Aptiv Solutions, a leading international clinical contract research organization with expertise in supporting global clinical trials for pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies. Formerly, he was president and chief executive officer of Millennix Inc., a contract research organization he founded in 1997 that specialized in oncology, immunology, gene therapy, vaccines and complex infectious diseases. Read more...


Katrina S. Firlik, M.D., '91, chief medical officer and co-founder of HealthPrize

Katrina S. Firlik, M.D. '91Dr. Firlik is co-founder and chief medical officer of HealthPrize Technologies. Prior to founding HealthPrize, Dr. Firlik was a neurosurgeon in private practice in Greenwich, Connecticut and on the clinical faculty at Yale University School of Medicine. She is also the author of Another Day in the Frontal Lobe: A Brain Surgeon Exposes Life on the Inside, published by Random House. Read more...

Ruben J. King-Shaw Jr. '83, managing partner and chief investment officer at Mansa Capital and member of the Cornell University Board of Trustees

king-shawMr. King-Shaw Jr. is managing partner and chief investment officer at Mansa Capital and oversees the firm's investment strategy, value creation plans, and investor relations program. King-Shaw also chairs the firm's Investment Committee. He has lead responsibility for the recruitment, development, and retention of Mansa's highly effective team of accomplished professionals. Read more…

 

6:30–7:30 p.m.

Reception

Registration Area, 4th Floor

Relax and enjoy the company of other volunteer leaders, staff, faculty, and regional alumni, parents, and friends.

8:00 p.m.

Dinner With Friends

Enjoy a meal or drinks with friends. Several groups have organized events for their constituents. Others will take the opportunity to enjoy Boston on their own. Thanks to the Cornell Club of Boston for their restaurant recommendations. You may also want to check the Boston Marriott Copley Place or Citysearch websites.

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7:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

Registration Desk Open

4th Floor


7:30–9:15 a.m.

Please note change in start time to 7:30 a.m. from 8:00 a.m.

Grand Ballroom, 4th Floor

Breakfast: Working with Students to Effect Change on Campus

Welcome remarks by Jim Mazza '88, incoming associate vice president of Alumni Affairs.

Featuring Susan H. Murphy '73, PhD 94, vice president for Student and Academic Services, and a panel of students in a discussion of how students and staff are working together to address key issues related to student health, safety, and well-being.

Presentation of the William “Bill” Vanneman ’31 Outstanding Class Leader Award

The Bill Vanneman ’31 Award is given annually to an extraordinary alumnus/a who has worked tirelessly for many years as a class officer. The award recognizes loyal and dedicated class leaders who have spent countless hours planning reunions, running class activities, raising funds, and much more.

9:15–9:40 a.m.

Cornell Association of Class Officers (CACO) Annual Meeting

Grand Ballroom, 4th Floor

CACO President Rob Rosenberg ’88 will briefly discuss the organization's 2013 priorities; the slate for the 2013-2015 CACO Board will be presented and voted on; and we will be celebrating the successes of our Reunion 2012 classes and their outgoing officers.

9:45 a.m.–12:15 p.m.

Volunteer Essentials

These sessions provide information that every Cornell volunteer should know.

Session One
9:45–10:45 a.m.

Succeeding at Succession
Salon C/D, 4th Floor

Featuring Risa Mish '85, JD '88, faculty director of the Johnson Leadership Fellows program and a senior lecturer in the Management and Leadership of Organizations department at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management

As a Cornell volunteer, planning for future volunteer leadership of your organization is sometimes a challenge. Many of you tackle this subject in your work life, but have you thought about implementing succession planning in your volunteer role at Cornell? This workshop is designed to help you understand the process and need for succession planning and provide you with some guidelines to keeping your organization moving forward.

Why Ezra Was Right: The Importance of Philanthropy in Higher Education
Salon A/B, 4th Floor

Now more than ever philanthropy plays a key role in American higher education. Dating back to Ezra Cornell’s founding commitment, gifts have played a vital role in advancing the educational mission of the university. Hear industry experts talk about trends, challenges, and new methodologies that will be critical to any organization’s future success.

Your Multimedia Toolkit: Combining Old, New, and Future Methodologies for
Better Engagement

Salon H/I/J, 4th Floor

Featuring Colleen Wainwright '83, Principal | communicatrix

From handwritten notes to that hot, social-media hub that's right around the corner, there's a way to talk to everyone of your audience in a way that makes them want to tune in. This lively, example-laden talk will outline the underlying similarities across media, providing the basic understanding you'll need to select the right channel and connect with confidence.

Session Two

11:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m.

Succeeding at Succession
Salon C/D, 4th Floor

Featuring Risa Mish '85, JD '88, faculty director of the Johnson Leadership Fellows program and a senior lecturer in the Management and Leadership of Organizations department at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management

As a Cornell volunteer, planning for future volunteer leadership of your organization is sometimes a challenge. Many of you tackle this subject in your work life, but have you thought about implementing succession planning in your volunteer role at Cornell? This workshop is designed to help you understand the process and need for succession planning and provide you with some guidelines to keeping your organization moving forward.

Why Ezra Was Right: The Importance of Philanthropy in Higher Education
Salon A/B, 4th Floor

Now more than ever philanthropy plays a key role in American higher education. Dating back to Ezra Cornell’s founding commitment, gifts have played a vital role in advancing the educational mission of the university. Hear industry experts talk about trends, challenges, and new methodologies that will be critical to any organization’s future success.

Your Multimedia Toolkit: Combining Old, New, and Future Methodologies for
Better Engagement

Salon H/I/J, 4th Floor

Featuring Colleen Wainwright '83, Principal | communicatrix

From handwritten notes to that hot, social-media hub that's right around the corner, there's a way to talk to everyone of your audience in a way that makes them want to tune in. This lively, example-laden talk will outline the underlying similarities across media, providing the basic understanding you'll need to select the right channel and connect with confidence.

12:30–2:15 p.m.

Lunch: An Afternoon with President David J. Skorton

Grand Ballroom, 4th Floor

This lively luncheon is your chance to hear from President Skorton about the university’s strategic direction leading into the sesquicentennial in 2015. Plus, join us in celebrating the past, present, and future of Cornell’s land-grant mission and hearing an update from your Cornell Now campaign co-chairs.

2:30–3:45 p.m.

Informal Conversations on the State of...

An opportunity to hear the recent news and learn of current initiatives and future directions in these three vital Cornell arenas. Time for questions and answers is included.

Admissions and Financial Aid
Salon A/B, 4th Floor
Featuring Lee H. Melvin, associate vice provost for Admissions and Financial Aid

Life on the Hill
Salon H/I/J, 4th Floor
Featuring Susan H. Murphy '73, PhD '94, vice president for Student and Academic Services

The Classroom and Laboratory
Salon C/D/, 4th Floor
Featuring Alan D. Mathios, the Rebecca Q. and James C. Morgan Dean of the College of Human Ecology

Arts and Sciences Career Connections Committee

Staff Contact: Christa Downey
Nantucket Room, 4th Floor

4:00–6:00 p.m.

Class Meetings

Please refer to list at Registration desk.

4:00–6:00 p.m.

Track Sessions, continued

 More opportunities to converse with your colleagues!  

Session Four

Regional Clubs
Arlington Room, 3rd Floor
Fire It Up: Hot Topics
Join us for an opportunity to hear a mid-year review of regional programs with a panel of Alumni Affairs staff and identify opportunities to strengthen our collaborative efforts. Networking and "office hours" will follow the conversation.

Moderator: Timothy J. Mahar, senior director of Affinity and Regional Programs, Office of Alumni Affairs
Panelists: Regional Programs staff, Office of Alumni Affairs

Diversity Leaders
Suffolk Room, 3rd Floor
Fundraising 201: Engaging Diverse Philanthropists
The demographics of wealth in America are changing rapidly. Raising money from today’s diverse communities is vital to the sustainability of all organizations, particularly higher education institutions. This session will look at case studies from peer institutions who have successfully engaged diverse alumni in giving through thoughtful strategies, successful collaborations, and a respectful understanding of people's differences.

College of Arts and Sciences
Vineyard Room, 4th Floor
Open House


5:00–7:00 p.m.

Cornell Alumni Magazine
Board Meeting
Vineyard Room, 4th Floor

6:30–9:30 p.m.

Go Big Red! Tailgate Dinner

Grand Ballroom, 4th Floor

Step into our Big Red Tailgate and cheer for our teams. Take photos with life-size Hot Truck and Cornelia, the Dairy Barn cow!

  • Men’s Hockey vs. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (live)
  • Men’s Basketball vs. Columbia University (taped 1/19)
  • Women’s Hockey vs. Clarkson University (taped 1/19)

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7:00–10:30 a.m.

Registration Desk Open

4th Floor


8:00–9:15 a.m.

From Citizen Kane to The Simpsons: Cornell University in Popular Culture

Salon E, 4th Floor

Featuring Corey Ryan Earle ‘07, associate director for Student Programs, Office of Alumni Affairs

Join us for a lighthearted look at Cornell’s portrayal in film, television, and fiction, from Citizen Kane to Sideshow Mel on The Simpsons. Test your knowledge of fictional alumni and try to spot the Cornell references in clips from popular shows. Learn the backstories on some of your favorite Cornellian characters. As Andy Bernard on The Office says, “I went to Cornell. Ever heard of it?”

9:30–11:45 a.m.             

Office Hours

Bring your questions, comments, suggestions in these face-to-face meetings with staff. Staff available at this time include:

  • Teri Baier: Class Programs (1973-1982; 30th and 35th Reunions) Vineyard Room, 4th Floor
  • Pat Burns '09: Student and Young Alumni Programs (1993-2012) Vineyard Room, 4th Floor
  • Janessa Ciaschi: Class Programs (1953-1962; 50th and 55th Reunions) Vineyard Room, 4th Floor
  • Lauren Coffey: Class Programs (1943-1952; 60th and 65th Reunions) Vineyard Room, 4th Floor
  • Lynne Conway: Director, Class Programs Yarmouth Room, 4th Floor
  • Debby Earl: Class Membership and E-Mail Marketing (by appointment only: dhe4@cornell.edu) Hyannis Room, 4th Floor
  • Cathy Hogan '70: Class Programs (5th and 10th Reunions) Yarmouth Room, 4th Floor
  • Paula Maguire: Class Programs (1983-1992; 15th, 20th and 25th Reunions) Orleans Room, 4th Fl
  • Lauren Morgenstern: Class Programs (1963-1972; 40th and 45th Reunions) Orleans Room, 4th Fl

Tours

Meet in front of Champions Restaurant.

John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum (limit 40)
Visit one of Boston's preeminent cultural institutions. Located on a ten-acre park, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is a vibrant tribute to the life and times of John F. Kennedy, offering insight into his life, leadership, and legacy, conveying his enthusiasm for politics and public service, and illustrating the nature of the office of the President.

Boston by Foot: The Freedom Trail (limit 50)
A perfect introduction to Boston history! Walk while you listen to the story of the city's rich heritage. Experience architecture spanning more than three centuries and view notable Freedom Trail sites. History comes alive through your knowledgable and enthusiastic guide.

Boston Highlights with the Cornell Club of Boston (limit 40)
Enjoy a city tour from the warmth and comfort of your bus. Our guide will point out some of Boston's don't-miss highlights and landmarks and provide the facts (and some fiction!) to tie it all together for an educational and entertaining morning.


9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Cornell Alumni Association Board Meeting

Staff Contact: Jennifer Cunningham
Provincetown Room, 4th Floor


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