Talented, passionate, and dedicated are just some of the superlatives that describe our employees. Meet some of the staff members who make Cornell such a great place to work!
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Retail Manager, Cornell Campus Store (Retired)
George recently retired after 45 years of service at the Cornell campus store. What was his favorite thing about working at Cornell? The students! Meeting all the diverse students from around the world, hearing their stories and where they came from. He worked a lot with art and architecture students, and didn't like sending a student to class if they didn't have what they needed. George says that working with students gave him energy so that he never felt himself getting older as the years went by.
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Assistant Director, Class and Reunion Programs, Alumni Affairs and Development
Stephanie says one of her favorite things about Cornell "is the vibrant alumni community. It's amazing to see the energy and passion of the volunteers, and how that extends to the ideas they bring to life." She was described as a former stand-out student employee, turned stand-out staff member, who married her college sweetheart, also a Cornellian.
Did you know that 15% of Cornell staff also have a Cornell degree? Or that you can earn a Cornell degree while you work here? Learn more about our Employee Degree Program and continuing education benefits.
Graphic Designer, Alumni Affairs & Development
"I’ve been with Cornell for 15 years and feel genuinely proud to support all the amazing things CU offers the world. In addition to graphic design, I’ve enjoyed opportunities to make other meaningful contributions part of my work life, such as serving on inclusion/diversity councils, developing facilitation skills, and acting as a guide for the Let’s Meditate program (http://bit.ly/30SLPBw). I’ve also gotten to know many thoughtful, creative colleagues—many of whom I’m now happy to call friends."
Check out Cornell's Diversity & Inclusion website to learn about programs on campus.
Events & Office Coordinator, Cornell Public Service Center
Meet Kristin Kurz, Events & Office Coordinator for Cornell's Public Service Center, and staff member who has completed over 30 courses since 2015! "My favorite thing about working at Cornell is the benefits of continued education and the opportunities to grow professionally. The programs and courses I have taken have definitely influenced my trajectory here. My qualifications have increased especially taking classes outside of my comfort zone."
Learn more about Cornell's professional development opportunities.
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