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Nancy Abrams Dreier '86, P'12, P'15
Director, West Coast Engagement and Cornell Silicon Valley (CSV)
Cornell University

Christina DePalma '10
Associate Director, West Coast Engagement and Cornell Silicon Valley (CSV)
Cornell University

Stephanie Van Overberghe '15
Administrative Assistant, Cornell Silicon Valley (CSV)


Business Networks Offer Alumni Career Help
April 21, 2010 | Chronicle Online

Faculty Panel Explores How We Make Decisions
March 10, 2010 | Chronicle Online

Student Panel Details Living and Learning at Cornell Today
March 10, 2010 | Chronicle Online

Professor Noah Snavely helps develop 3-D Photo Visualization Game 
March 10, 2010 | Cornell Sun

Grocery shoppers who try harder to track costs spend more
Mar. 10, 2010 | Chronicle Online

Professor Ken Birman receives Kanai award for distributed computing systems
Mar. 10, 2010 | Chronicle Online

Lubna S. Olayan '77 named Entrepreneur of the Year
March 9, 2010 | Chronicle Online

Traction named one of top two U.S. Interactive Agencies
March 8, 2010 | BtoB

Computers Turn Flat Photos into 3-D Buildings
Feb. 23, 2010 | New York Times

CIS has more legs to stand on 
Feb. 17, 2010 | Chronicle Online

'Big Idea' competition winner launches new venture
Feb. 16, 2010 | Chronicle Online

Graduate student's miniature ultrasound device could revolutionize pain management 
Feb. 16, 2010 | Chronicle Online

Do E-Readers Cause Eye Strain?
Feb. 12, 2010 | New York Times

CEN Presenter Adam Kleinberg '92, CEOTraction Corporation highlights 5 Marketing Megatrends You Can’t Ignore  
Nov. 02, 2009 | iMedia Connection

CIS Dean Dan Huttenlocher tapped for MacArthur Foundation Board 
Jan. 8, 2010 | Chronicle Online

Artificial intelligence provides new insights into the biology of addiction to drugs and alcohol.
Jan. 8, 2010 | Chronicle Online

Alumnus' nonprofit offers a 'triple bottom line 
Jan. 6, 2010 | Chronicle Online

Daniel Huttenlocher, dean of the Faculty of Computing and Information Science, has been named to the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Board of Directors. 
Jan. 8, 2010 | Chronicle Online

Restaurants Put a Cork in Wine Fees to Attract Customers features Greg Medow ‘95 
Dec. 31, 2009 | Wall Street Journal

Skorton, Paterson unveil plan to create a New York 'innovation ecosystem'

Business school program aims to develop ethical leaders, trains business leaders to avoid the excesses of Wall Street greed

Cornell one of Top Ten Cleantech Universities

Susan Wu MBA ’06 featured in San Jose Mercury News as influencer of Silicon Valley

Which phone does Oprah recommend? WSJ features Dan Hesse MBA ’77 CEO Sprint

Sprint Nextel Starts to Hit Its Stride- Barron’s Dan Hesse MBA ’77 CEO Sprint

Amit Singhal MS ’95, Phd ‘97, Google Fellow sees need for faster Social Media updates; NYT Article

A businessman first, designer second Gensler’s client-centric approach built world’s largest architecture firm, Arthur Gensler Jr '57, Chairman of the Board Gensler, & The 1995 Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year

Intel: Don't look for one device to do it all features CTO Justin Rattner ’71, MEngr ‘72

Sustainability and capitalism can go hand in hand, General Electric CEO says

Cornell celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week

Undergraduate Business Idea Competition Up and Running

President David Skorton and Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of General Electric Company, discuss the future of the world of energy in the opening address of 2009 Net Impact Conference.

Seminar series aims to motivate Ithaca area entrepreneurs, stimulate local business development

Alumni Gifts Increase Despite Poor Economy

Microsoft top exec discusses technology of the future

Executive gives CU entrepreneurs tips for success

Two grad students earn Intel fellowships which recognizes their potential as future technology leaders.

John Zimmer '06 Founder & COO, Zimride  nominated by BusinessWeek as "America's Best Young Entrepreneurs"

'The Mathematics of Sex,' Cornell professors Stephen J. Ceci and Wendy M. Williams discuss why women are underrepresented in the math-intensive fields of science

Silicon Valley couple (Jim ’60 MBA ‘63 & Becky Morgan ‘60) aim to save 100,000 acres in the Sierra Nevada

Microsoft Research Chief Craig Mundie visits Cornell

Matt Ackerson ‘09, CEO & Co-Founder of Bluesky Local, recently launch an innovative coupon marketing service for restaurants. Find out more at

Jack Szostak, Ph.D. '77, has received the 2009 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for research that has implications for cancer and the biology of aging.

To Rebuild Windows, Microsoft Razed Walls WSJ article features Steven Sinofsky ‘87

Professor uses video games to explore facets of autism Matthew Belmonte, assistant professor of human development, is looking for order behind the many behavioral and physiological features of autism.

Consumers don't always equate higher prices with quality. A new Cornell study finds that while higher prices may generate a more positive view of products, a higher price tag doesn't mean consumers will necessarily buy them.

Big Idea' business workshop begins; The Big Idea' competition offers undergraduates the chance to win $2,500 for their business or social enterprise ideas. Its first deadline is Dec. 23.

eLab seminar series helps get businesses started A lecture series by the Student Agencies eLab will help undergraduates develop a business idea into something worthy of venture capital. The series started Sept. 29 and continues through Nov. 17.

Solar Decathlon team finds a home at 'Joe's Inn' For the nearly three weeks of the 2009 Solar Decathlon, Joe Manelski '56 offers his McLean, Va., house as a home away from home for Cornell's student team.

Science Friday taps Cornell ornithologists, vets Ira Flatow broadcasted his show 'Science Friday' live Oct. 9 from Bailey Hall, interviewing Cornell ornithologists and veterinarians, among others.

WSJ - M.B.A.s Seek Social Change; (at Cornell)

NYT Post on Jobulous; a site designed to give the inside scoop on working at a given company, direct from anonymous employees. Founder is Ross Siegel ‘00

Alumnus Robert Langer on three decades of fighting disease with biomedical engineering

Watch: Becoming Embedded: Co-Creating Business with the Community. 
Martin Fisher '79 Co-Founder & CEO, KickStart, a world expert on the subject of social entrepreneurship spoke at the 2009 Clinton Global Initiative, giving an update on his 2006 commitment to help 400,000 people out of poverty.

Previous CSV Presenter Global Heritage Fund's Jeff Morgan '84 was interviewed on Fox Business with Brian Sullivan this morning on the potential for cultural tourism to help developing countries. 

New CyberTower brings the faculty into sharper focus

On Colbert Report, Sheryl WuDunn '81 believes giving women loans and educating girls is the way to lift developing nations out of poverty.

Previous CSV Presenter & Former Mayor of Mountain View Rosemary Stasek ’85 Leaves Legacy of Relentless ServiceRosemary had been living in Kabul, Afghanistan for the last 6 yrs where she was working for better conditions for women. Services will be at the Mountain View Performing Arts Auditorium on October 23rd at Noon. Additional information is available at

CALS alumna tends a rainforest in the heart of San Francisco at the California Academy of Sciences

Coupa Raises $7.5 Million, Helps Companies Spend Smarter, Noah Eisner '92 is VP of Product Development

Mining the Web for Feelings, Not Facts NYT article features Cornell computer science professor Claire Cardie

How Priceline Survives the Recession features CEO Jeff Boyd JD '81 in this Forbes article

New eCornell online certificate program teaches the systems approach to develop products and services

CEN Presenter Adam Kleinberg '92, CEOTraction Corporationprofiled in WSJ with new campaign Adam Kleinberg

NYT, Cornell mentioned, Hot Story to Has-Been: Tracking News via Cyberspace

Cornell researchers found that, generally, the traditional media leads and the blogs follow, typically by 2.5 hours - NYT For Today's Graduate, Just One Word: Statistics features Cornell social networking faculty guru Jon Kleinberg.

Cornell Entrepreneur Network (CEN) Web Seminars are covered in the Sunday NYT

California alumni ponder future of cars Cornell Silicon Valley gathered a group of about 100 alumni July 22 in Mountain View, Calif., to discuss possible solutions to a future punctuated by traffic congestion and environmental decline.

On job site, companies can meet job seekers--if they pay them to come to an interview; founded by Rob Ellis '03

NYT - Startup Bets That Social Networking Will Spur Carpool Craze (founder John Zimmer '06)

Padmasree Warrior MS ’84, CTO Cisco, & WSJ Article - Cisco, H-P Square Off in Hunt for Revenue

Rafael Pass named Microsoft research fellow 
The assistant professor of computer science is one of five 2009 Microsoft Research New Faculty Fellows. His fellowship will support research into new ways to conduct auctions and anonymous online voting

A Merc News chat with UC-Berkeley energy expert Dan Kammen '84

Microsoft names Steven Sinofsky '87 to head Windows

Jon Rubinstein '78 MEng '79, CEO of Palm Inc, has had a lot of favorable press about the Palm Pre, including this piece from the NY Times: Palm's New Smartphone

Laura Fitton '94 is the co-author of the July 2009 book Twitter for Dummies

Learning, and Profiting, from Online Friendships BusinessWeek May 21st 2009 features Duncan J. Watts Phd '97, a Columbia University sociologist now on leave and heading a research unit at Yahoo! and Alex Smith '02, Data Scientist at Facebook