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Again in 2023, ADI Summer Internships Are a Success, for Both Students and Cornell Departments

This summer the Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion (ADI) again sponsored a summer internship program, providing opportunities for real, hands-on job experience, learning, and personal growth to the 18 talented college students who participated.

Microsoft Safe Links Will Soon Provide More Protection Against Malicious Links

Safe Links makes sure that a link does not send you to a malicious site.

Free Scientific Computing Training Series begins October 4, 2023

Beginning October 4, 2023, Cornell’s Center for Advanced Computing and Weill Cornell Medicine Scientific Computing, ITS, and Clinical and Translational Science Center are launching the Winter and Spring Scientific Computing Training Series.

Business Analysis SIG Participation Survey

Is the BA-SIG meeting your needs?

SiteImprove Discontinuing Classic QA Reports

Prepare for the transition now.

Printing for Students

CU Print is the printing service for students.

Upcoming AD Domain Controller Upgrades, 9/19/23-10/12/23

Between Tuesday, September 19 and Thursday, October 12, 2023, CIT Identity Management will be upgrading some of the domain controllers for the Active Directory domain.

CIT to Begin DMARC-based Email Security Initiative

Beginning this summer, CIT will launch an initiative to significantly improve email security at Cornell by implementing Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance ("DMARC") at Cornell. The process of education, outreach, testing, and finally the implementation of the new protocol is expected to last through Summer 2024.

New Web Accessibility Online Office Hours

The CIT Web Accessibility team is starting monthly Web Accessibility Office Hours, the first Thursday of every month, at 1 pm.

Ability to Set Pronouns Now Available in Microsoft Office 365

It is now possible to set your pronouns in Cornell's Microsoft Office 365 through Teams or Outlook on the web.

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