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Study Abroad 101

Study Abroad 101 2/11/2016 11:00am

These meetings cover factors to consider when selecting a program, the study abroad application and approval process, and other important information. All...

Introduction to Mendeley

Introduction to Mendeley 2/17/2016 3:00pm

Class/ Workshop / Mann Library

Mendeley is a free, easy-to-use citation management tool that helps you store, organize, cite, and share your research. A must for anyone doing any kind of...

Study Abroad 101

Study Abroad 101 2/17/2016 3:00pm

These meetings cover factors to consider when selecting a program, the study abroad application and approval process, and other important information. All...

Intercultural Learning Courses Before and After Study Abroad: Four Decades of Preparing Students for International Education Experiences

Intercultural Learning Courses Before and After... 2/18/2016 3:55pm

Webinar / Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE)

A webinar with Bruce La Brack, Ph.D., who played a key role in the creation of intercultural learning courses at the University of the Pacific, beginning in...

Book Talk: Genetic Modification and Food Quality: A Down to Earth Analysis

Book Talk: Genetic Modification and Food... 2/18/2016 4:00pm

Author Appearance, Presentation / Cornell University Library, Mann Library, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Food Science

The safety and health benefits of GMO foods has been a contentious issue in the media lately, and the development of recombinant DNA methods has changed the...

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Rebecca Tucker

Rebecca Tucker left a positive review 11/10/2015

Loved the enthusiasm behind the presentation. Well laid out and communicated. Thanks for taking the time to present!

Christianne White

Christianne White left a positive review 6/5/2015

Really interesting combination of scientific and library science concerns and progress.

James Mason

James Mason left a positive review 11/24/2014

Excellent seminar.

Kathryn Coldren

Kathryn Coldren left a positive review 9/29/2014

Great!

Kathryn Coldren

Kathryn Coldren left a positive review 4/11/2014

Excellent!

Kathryn Coldren

Kathryn Coldren left a positive review 11/24/2014

Fantastic! She was a very well-spoken presenter with a great story!

Saba Alemayehu

Saba Alemayehu left a positive review 10/27/2014

Wonderful expo of presentations about the many international opportunities offered here at Cornell.

Hee Jin Cheon

Hee Jin Cheon left a positive review 4/30/2014

It was great!

James Morris-Knower

James Morris-Knower left a positive review 9/23/2014

Great lively and informative event. Good crowd of grad students from all over campus.

Andrew Dougherty

Andrew Dougherty left a positive review 4/30/2014

Awesome event. The venue was perfect, great job with advertising the event, Sam's emails were awesome.

In general, I would also recommend that TRP has better communication with the student who are published. For example, I was published in the Fall by TRP, and I think it would have been nice to receive emails saying that I was accepted (I was just contacted directly by my writer), my writer was too relaxed with the whole process (procrastinated writing the article until the night it was due, then I essentially re wrote 98% of the article because it needed a lot of work), I struggled to get an electronic copy of the magazine, my writer did not know that the magazine had been published or where the printed copies would be released, I never received notice of when it was published (heard about it from a friend who happened to see my article), etc. The way this event was carried out was excellent in terms of communication, I think the same style of communication continues, it will bring more legitimacy to TRR, it will accrue more readers, and more students will want to be published (potentially making the journal more competitive and increasing the quality of the published research).

Thank you for the event!

Andrew

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