Trustee-Council Annual Meeting
October 25–27, 2012
Save the Date for TCAM 2013 > October 24–26
The 62nd annual meeting of the Board of Trustees and the Cornell University Council honored the 150th anniversary of the Morrill Land Grant Act, which paved the way for the establishment of Cornell University. It was an opportunity to celebrate and better understand Cornell's ongoing commitment to produce diverse students and scholars who create and share knowledge with the community, New York State, and the world. Throughout the weekend, diverse programming shared the message inherent in the values of Cornell's land grant mission to produce knowledge with a public purpose.
Enjoy the 2012 photos!
Thursday, October 25
The World, the Day After article | video
Friday, October 26
President Skorton's 2012 State of the University Address article | video
Cornell Now: Celebrating Our Land-Grant Mission article | video
Student's Dress Design a Highlight of Weekend Banquet article
Saturday, October 27
Engaged Cornell: A New Vision of Public Engagement article | video
About Trustee-Council Annual Meeting
Every October, the Cornell University Council holds its annual meeting in Ithaca in conjunction
with the Board of Trustees.
At Trustee-Council Annual Meeting (TCAM) members are informed about current Cornell
concerns, activities, and priorities. The meeting provides an opportunity to become
more knowledgeable about the university and to ask questions, as well as to
express views and ideas. Members also become more acquainted with Cornell faculty,
staff, students, and administrators through committee meetings, discussions,
lectures, and social events.