Graduate Students and Postdoc Among Cook Award Winners

Image of six women, some holding plaques, listed left to right: Michelle Artibee, Tisha Bohr, Hale Tufan, Cornell President Martha E. Pollock, doctoral student Natalie Hofmeister, and Abby Cohn.

Left to right: Michelle Artibee, Tisha Bohr, Hale Tufan, Cornell President Martha E. Pollock, doctoral student Natalie Hofmeister, and Abby Cohn. Not pictured: Awardees Cynthia Grant Bowman and doctoral student Elizabeth A. B. Chang. Photo by Rachel Philipson.

March 14, 2019

Students, staff and, faculty members who exceeded their job responsibilities to enhance the atmosphere for women at Cornell were recognized at the 20th Cook Awards luncheon March 12 in Warren Hall. Colleagues, family, and academic leaders including deans, vice provosts, President Martha E. Pollack, and Provost Michael Kotlikoff attended the celebration.

“The people we’re recognizing today with this award are people who have done something absolutely fundamental for us as a community: They’ve helped bring Cornell’s reality closer to its ideals,” Pollack said.

Read the full Cook Awards story in the Cornell Chronicle