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u ses Thursday, January 10, 2002 n Ho pe 3O TC 8 &1 10 . Jan. 1:00 a.m -1 8:30 Learn more about the opportunity to take courses at TC3 this spring • January 10, 310 Rhodes Hall • January 18, 163 Day Hall A NEWSPAPER BY AND FOR THE CORNELL COMMUNITY Call TC3 for more information, 272-3025. 2001—A Year Not to be Forgotten Night at the Court Ticket Sales End January 18 C Dennis Stein ome celebrate the 15th Annual Employee/Family Night at the Court on January 26, 2002. The event will start with a lasagna A year that began with fears no more real than the earned Cornell degrees. The rest graduated from five dinner served in the Ramin Room of Bartels Hall (formerly the Fieldhouse) from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Watch as the Cornell men’s and women’s basketball teams take on Columbia—the women tip-off at 5:00 p.m. and the he Cou rt 2002 tt millenium bug, ended with genuine ta other area men follow at 7:00 p.m. in the Bartels Hall concerns for safety and peace. ig h Through it all, the Cornell staff institutions of gymnasium. yN New this year is a theme for il community laughed, celebrated, higher education. Employee/F a m At the end of May the event, “Three cheers for the received honors, connected, Red, White and Blue.” Wear Provided remembered and mourned. more than 300 staff A quick overview: Facilities volunteered for a Cornell’s colors (red and white) to the moving event to be eligible to win door prizes at Management inducted five more staff Geneva Experiment Station Director Jim Hunter special drawings held at the dinner and members into their exclusive Golden Commencement congratulated Lorraine Barry as “Geneva Employee Bear Club in January. ceremony. both games (Columbia’s colors are blue of 2001.” A total of 38 and white). Tickets are on sale now To show that there’s more to winter in central New York than office professionals through January 18. The $5 ticket shoveling snow, CRC offered tubing celebrated the includes dinner and admission to completion of the both basketball games (you may at Greek Peak, drawing 100+ staff and Richard Killen/U. Photo families in February and then office professionals purchase tickets to just the dinner Frank DiMeo/U. Photo featured fun bowling in March. program in June. or the games for $3). No takeout Later that month dinners will be available at this The office professionals symposium moved to Bailey Hall in over 150 staff were event. The Employee Assembly April and attracted more than 600, recognized at the Emergency Grant Fund committee will be holding its second annual annual Service fund drive. Employees are asked to get behind the drive to raise funds for the largest crowd yet to attend this annual event. Another record setter: Recognition awards. Randy Lacey Sheila Haddad fellow staff members who experience a catastrophic loss. more than 400 children and staff Over the Tickets will be available at the following locations: Athletic Ticket Office, summer, the 305 Helen Newman Hall, The Cornell Store Munch Market, and through parents attended the Bring a Child to CRC in 130 Day Hall. Purchase your ticket or sign up to volunteer by January Charles Harrington/U. Photo University Summer Charles Harrington/U. Photo Work Day program later that month. CRC sent enthusiastic busloads of Day Camp hosted 14 and be entered into a drawing to win a $50 gift certificate for brunch for more than 250 two at Banfi’s Restaurant. Blocks of tickets of ten or more may be charged to staff and retirees to “Annie Get Your Gun” in NYC and “The Lion King” in energetic children department accounts. Night at the Court tickets will not be sold after Jan. 18. Toronto. Continuing their popular of staff and faculty A drawing will be held at the men’s basketball game for a chance to families. participate in a later ice hockey shootout to win two U.S. Airways round-trip sports trips, CRC dispatched a bus to a summertime Yankees baseball game North Campus tickets. In addition, Athletics will give away two season packages for the 2002 followed by a bus to a Buffalo Bills opened to rave football season and two men’s and women’s basketball season tickets. An Janet Beebe Julie Tibbits reviews from entry form can be submitted for the drawing with every ticket purchased. game in the fall. Trips to Nova Scotia, Six Flags and a dozen other incoming freshmen The communication committee of the Employee Assembly honored the above four outstanding destinations rounded out CRC in August, and campus staffers with the George Peter Award for January CU Preview Night at Kitchen outings for the year. Guns, Germs and Dedicated Service during the past year. This honor is Twenty-eight employees who Steel, the first the most prestigious peer-nominated university-wide Theatre Features Regional Premiere of earned degrees during the previous mandatory award given. For more information visit academic year were honored at the freshmen reading <www.assembly.cornell.edu/EA>. “Shakespeare’s R&J” Staff Graduate Reception in May. program selection, became the such as FunShops and fieldtrips as Seventeen of these staff members focus of the Assemblies’ Annual Ad- vance in late August. September brought a national well as an auction to benefit the EA’s staff emergency grant fund. Trustee emeritus George Peter turned 80 years young in October, tragedy and shock— and PawPrint held a birthday party in the WSH Memorial Room to S hakespeare’s R&J" is the next feature in “CU Preview Night,” the series of free productions offered by the Kitchen Theatre for Cornell employees. The plot and passion of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is re-explored in a hot- blooded, vibrant adaptation by Joe Calarco. Startling and fresh, this will be the the Cornell community, in celebrate. Later in October, CRC’s regional premiere of this extraordinary play. Themes of male/male romance and perhaps the largest annual Halloween costume party sexuality are explored; the subject matter of the play may not be suitable for gathering yet, drew costumed witches, fairy tale children. Long-time Kitchen Theatre patrons will rallied quietly on characters and an American flag to remember Joe Calarco's work as a director, actor the Arts Quad. A the delight of more than 250 and adapter in the early days of the theatre. postponed and revelers and onlookers. Now an award-winning director/ scaled-back Day of A university-wide hiring freeze playwright, he returns to Ithaca to Caring event kicked instituted in mid-November caught direct this production. off the campaign of the campus by surprise and a work- Reserve your tickets now for the the United Way of force planning team was named to Tompkins County, review administrative functions and January 16, 7:30 p.m. production INSIDE involving several to make recommendations to achieve through Janet Beebe at 255-7565 or Top Stories dozen Cornell staff efficiencies and savings. <email@example.com>. A maximum of 2 of 2001—2/3 tickets will be reserved per request on a Ariel Bullion/University Photography who lent a hand at In early December, the Holiday The Year 2001—once area non-profit Unity Celebration offered employees first-come, first-served basis. Staff are over lightly—3 agencies. a gathering of hope. During the responsible for picking up tickets in 130 25 Classified Ads—4 Staff Celebration holidays, staff gave generously to a Day Hall. Tickets not claimed by Monday, Week, now five variety of local charities and by January 14, will be released to those on the years old, included presstime the Cornell United Way waiting list. This special offer is not available the staff fine arts campaign had exceeded its goal. through the Ticket Center at the Clinton exhibit and first- House. time popular events Check out more 2001 photos on p. 2-3. 1 2 Top PawPrint Stories of 2001 3 3 The Year 2001—once over lightly LEADERSHIP LEADS Frank DiMeo/U. Photo From tickets to medals, honors to political offices, Cornell staff had a winning year Robert Barker/U. Photo Arm Yourself With Values 4 T Provided/Photo Illustration by Erin Sullivan George Peter alent, heart and chutzpah were very much alive and well at Cornell during 2001. Lisa Alzo published her book Three Slovak Women online. R Kent Loeffler, Christine Chin, and Matt Fondeur won awards in ecently, Jack Welch, retired CEO of GE, was March at the downtown Ithaca State of the Art Photography show. Later on George Peter interviewed by Tim Russert. You will remember 6 that month, Judi Eastburn and Pat Swartout won CRC’s Harry Dickson that Welch has been called worse things than bowling tournament. Patricia Place was the big door prize winner at the being a monster. But others have praised him for bringing GE back to great office professionals symposium, taking home two roundtrip US Air tickets. profitability from near chaos. He made some enemies because he saw what had Kevin Auer won the annual CU Wellness Poker Walk around Beebe lake in to be done, and then went ahead and made the right decisions. He says that he May—with a hand of five queens! was demonized for closing the TV plant in Syracuse even though it cost GE more Employee Assembly elections in March n by Erinan oto brought newly elected members Carol Bader, PhotoPhoto ar s Harrin ngton/. Ph to make a TV there than to buy one from Japan. 5 Robert Barker/U. Photo Charles Harrington/U. Photo U. Sulliv Gregory Pratt, and Pat Mahoney (representative Photo Illust rleles Harrigton/U Welch told Russert that there are four types of leaders. They are: from Geneva) into the self-governance system. tio stratio in • Those with values and who deliver results raIllun by Er Cornell staff received a total of 10 CASE • Those who have values, but miss the target (The Council for Advancement and Support of • Those who have no values, but deliver results Higher Education) Circle of Excellence Awards. Phot by CChha • Those who have no values and don’t deliver results Phto o by A silver medal for Individual Photography as well Sullivan Obviously, the last type is the worst to have in an organization. Successful as a bronze medal for Photographer of the Year 7 Robert Barker/U. Photo organizations would only have the first type. The important thing is that you can went to Frank DiMeo. For “Dr. Matt Fondeur have values and still not succeed because you have a “jerk” working under you as Darwins’s Rx” published in Cornell a subordinate boss. Successful leaders at all levels know the importance of giving Alumni Magazine, Beth Saulnier each person a job that excites and energizes that worker. Some bosses think that 8 received a gold medal for Best Article it is their task to “sit on the worker and try to force results.” That approach not 1 of the Year. Other Cornell CASE only doesn’t work, it makes for a very unhealthy atmosphere for everyone. team awards included the College Let’s start the New Year with values that deliver results. of Veterinary Medicine, the Cornell Fund Team and Cornell Alumni 9 Magazine. A former Employee Assembly EA News & Views to member, bus driver Brian Goodell, Pho was elected president of UAW Local n/U. A Christine Chin 2300 in early May. Later that Kille new year is upon us with all its potential for positive projects and the month Roz Kenworthy, retired Robert Barker/U. Photo ard Employee Assembly continues to do its part by presenting your health educator at Gannett, was Rich concerns to the administration. The EA will hold elections this spring to awarded the Constance Cook Christine Chin fill the 7 seats of members whose terms will expire (1/2 of the EA seats each Community Service Award Charles Harrington/U. Photo year). The April, 2002 elections will be particularly significant because we will also sponsored by Planned Parenthood. Patrol Robert Kaussner/U. Photo elect someone to complete the final two years of Cyndy Tkachuck’s term as the Officer Jerry Wright participated in the 2001 Employee-Elected Trustee (she has decided to retire in June). New York Law Enforcement games in Albany in Although the elections seem a long way off, time goes 10 mid-June, winning awards for the 100 and 200 Nicola Kountoupes/U. Photo quickly. I urge staff members to begin considering 11 meter dashes, 400 meter run and an obstacle running for either the EA or the Trustee position. A series course. He took first place in the decathlon and of informational sessions will be sponsored by the EA as for his efforts, was named “Toughest Cop” in Provided part of the election process. These will be announced in New York state for 2001. University Photo 1. Library employee Lynn Thittchener received a $1,000 outstanding PawPrint, along with a complete election schedule. Talk 14 performance award from the University Library system. Professor emeritus Joe Bail was elected to with a current EA member, or Cyndy Tkachuck, if lead the Cornell Kent Loeffler 2. Cornell Council for the Arts awarded grants to eight staff members. interested in running in the election. You can find phone Pictured from left are Mariah Sawyer, Vickey Beaver, Jennifer Borel, Retirees’ Associa- numbers and e-mail addresses listed under “Membership” Laura Taylor, Wendy Kenigsberg. Not included are: Linda Price, Kevin tion (CRA). CRA held 3 luncheons throughout Joe DeMarco at the EA web site <www.assembly.cornell.edu/EA>. Auer and Elizabeth Karasin. the year, hosting VP Susan Murphy, Professor Why would someone want to be part of the Employee Assembly? Good 3. Bill Sherwood led a popular FunShop on stone wall building. James Bell and community guest Jean o question. The EA is the primary communications link between the administration 4. Employee Assemby leadership received a $25,000 check from VP McPheeters as individual speakers. The hot U. P and staff. Besides being involved in explaining, discussing, and influencing policy Mary Opperman to seed the Staff Emergency Grant Fund. EA officers Reverend Jack Lewis passed on leadership of the Provided eo/ decisions, EA members interact with the leadership of the student, university, and from left included Dawn Darby, Joe DeMarco and Dawne Martyniak. Cornell Visitors program, which he originated in Provided DiM graduate & professional students’ Assemblies. EA members are kept up-to-date 5. Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble (CITE) tooks the Perkins Prize for 1971, to retirees Bill Paleen and Barbara Morse. nk by the administration and their opinions are sought out on policies under interracial understanding and harmony. CITE members from left, Over the summer, Aimee Roberts headed a Fra consideration by the President and other VPs. Dane Cruz, Vivian Relta, Kim Brown and Martha Dewey. Patricia Mahoney team which won the ARISE DeRuyter 6. Tenzin Gephel, Cornell’s first Tibetan Buddhist monk, shared details of Incredible Race If you have any other questions, contact the Office of Assemblies at 255-3715. 12 Buddhist New Year traditions at the “Gathering of Hope.” Triathlon. 7. President Emeritas Frank H.T. Rhodes congratulated George Peter at Vet Techs the celebration of Peter’s 80th birthday. Laura Barlow, Free flu shots still 8. Veteran Day of Caring volunteer Greg Wooster heaves rocks as part of Debbie Bain and his clean-up assignment at the Girl Scount camp. Debbie Watrous available for staff 9. Human Ecology Dean Patsy Brannon, center, recognized awardees were recognized Robert Barker/U. Photo L ooking forward to a healthy New Jolan Balog, left, and April Kampney in early May. 10. North Campus Residence Initiative key team members celebrated the for receiving the U. Photo Year? Don’t forget to reduce your next level of Vet opening of North Campus. They included, from left, LeNorman Tech certification risk of coming down with the flu this Strong, Asst. VP Student and Academic Services; Don King, director winter. Influenza vaccinations are in August. of community development; Jean Reese, project leader residential Frank DiMeo Brian Goodell still available on a walk-in basis at Local elections Editorial Board initiative; VP Susan Murphy; and Peter Eliason, director of campus life Gannett Health Center on Ho Plaza. held November 6 facilities. Peggy Andersen, Computer Graphics • Flu shots are provided this year at no 15 gave victories to staffers Martha Robertson, Kathy Luz Herrera, Michael Vickey Beaver, ECE • Deb Billups, OHR 11. The Moving Wall came to Cornell in early May. Hans van Binsberger, cost to faculty and staff who show assistant plant manager, Humphreys central heating, was one of Koplinka-Loehr and retiree Daniel Winch, who all won seats on the Tompkins • Laura Burrows, Outdoor Education • Paulette Chrzaszcz, AA&D • Joe their Cornell ID. 13 many volunteers who helped to set it up. County Board of Representatives. Paulette Manos won a seat on the City of DeMarco, EH&S • Judi Eastburn, CSS For more information, call 12. A new program, Supper Solutions, came to the rescue of busy Ithaca Common Council and Nancy Paul won a seat on the Richford Town • Flora Karasin, ALS Public Affairs • Gannett at 255-5155 or check the web staffers. Board. Kerry Kerfoot, CU Wellness • Beth site <www.gannett.cornell.edu>. 13. New staff alumni celebrated at the Staff Graduate Reception. Lyons, CIT • Laurel Parker, ODS • George Peter, Trustee Emeritus • 14. The Olin, Kroch, and Uris Libraries Circulation crew, dressed as Snow Kathee Shaff, OHR • Cyndy Tkachuck, White and The Seven Dwarfs Plus, were favorites at CRC’s Halloween Long Term Care still Robert Barker/U. Photo JGSM Development Costume Party. Photo by Charles Harrington/Photo Illustration by Erin Sullivan Additional Contributors available 15. Constance Cook, center, is surrounded by the 2001 Cook Award honorees. From left, Marianne Krasny, Nina Cummings, Lauran Janet Beebe. Bear illustrations by Jacoby, Janice Brown, Lisel Campbell and Josephine Allen. Richie Patrick. T he deadline for signing up for Long 16. Facilities Management’s 2001 Golden Bear awardees, included from Publishing Term Care insurance through CNA left, Mary Jane Kohne, Jack Sheever, Roxanne Hill, Rob Homan and Distributed free and published bi- has been extended through January Cindy Doolittle. They are flanked by associate vice president Henry weekly August through May and 31, 2002. Doney and FM director Phil Cox. Photo Illustration by Erin Sullivan monthly in June, July by University Photo by Frank DiMeo/U. Photo employee volunteers. Cornell staff are Interested staff can access the 16 welcome to join the Editorial Board. website directly at <www.ltcbenefits The next meeting is January 15. .com>, using the password "cornellltc" (that's three Ls). Alternatively, staff can PawPrint Desk Robert Barker/U. Photo fill out the paper application in the 130 Day Hall Dennis Stein, editor Open Enrollment package and send it 255-8206 to CNA's processing center. For more Erin Sullivan information, call Benefit Services at production/circulation 255-3936, or the CNA customer 255-6896 service line at 866-234-9031. From left, Bill Paleen, Jack Lewis and Barbara Morse 4 Clowning Around Multicultural Read- ing Circle Forming T o celebrate the ethnic and cultural diversity of the Cornell community, a reading group, named the Wednesday Night Multicultural Reading Circle, is CRC wishes you a new year filled with new hope, new joy being organized. The group will meet and new beginnings. on the third Wednesday of each month from 6:30-8:00 p.m. for a lively Philadelphia Flower Show discussion on a “theme” book of the Wednesday, March 6, 2002 month. The theme for each month will Philadelphia blossoms in early spring. This feast for the senses bring awareness and education in is the largest and most prestigious indoor flower show in the regard to a particular culture and/or world. The 2002 Philadelphia Flower Show theme, The ethnic community. Pleasures of the Garden, is a glorious celebration of exotic The scheduled dates and themes plants, shadowy trees and lush perennials. The bus will leave for the next seven months are: Cornell at 6:30 a.m. and return at approximately 10:00 p.m. • January 16 “Segregation” The price will be $45 per person which includes transporta- (MLK and Black tion and admission ticket to the flower show. History Month) • February 20 “Sioux Native Here’s a preview of some of the fun that CRC is planning American Traditions” for 2002: Provided • March 20 “Children’s Series” February: Tubing at Greek Peak • April 17 “A Local Author” March: Doubles Bowling at Helen Newman Lanes • May 15 TBA Fun Bowling at Helen Newman Lanes • June 19 “Children’s Series” April: The Producers in NYC L ifting up spirits of children and adults alike, Crossroad the Clown will visit • July 17 TBA May: Atlantic City the Employee/Family Night at the Court’s community dinner, January 26, This activity is sponsored by the June: CRC June Picnic from 4:30-6:30 pm. In additon to loads of laughs, Crossroad the Clown will office of Workforce Diversity, Equity September: 42nd Street in NYC also paint faces and sculpt balloons. and Life Quality and the Multicultural November: Walt Disney World and Disney Cruise Resource Center of Ithaca. CRC Desk, 130 Day Hall or call 255-7565 CLASSIFIED ADS Proxima Lightware Multimedia Projector, used few times; $995, Ladies ski boots, sz. 6, $50; Yamaha skis, $50; both like new cond., must sell, price neg. tjj3 or 5-7392. < www.crc.cornell.edu > firstname.lastname@example.org. compiled by Vickey Beaver 1992 Cutlass Calais, very good A Stab In The Right Direction ♦ For Sale cond. $1,750/obo. email@example.com. ♦ Wanted Clothes, 5 prs. men’s dress pants, 44L, Double jogging-stroller, contact 1995 Ford Escort Wagon, 5-spd. never worn, $10/pr/obo; women’s Ann at 5-7692 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 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