- Molecular subtyping by the Cornell Food Safety Research Group headed by Martin Wiedmann contributes to the detection of another multistate human listeriosis outbreak. For more information see MMWR Weekly: December 22, 200; 49(50); 1129-1130: Multistate Outbreak of Listeriosis -- United States, 2000.
- CU led Listeria Outbreak Group Wins Prestigious USDA Award
- New York State Office of Science, Technology and Academic Research representatives visit Food Safety Laboratory.
- Kathryn Boor receives 2000 Constance E. Cook and Alice H. Cook Recognition AwardKathryn Boor was honored by receiving the Constance E. Cook and Alice H. Cook Recognition Award which honors people in the Cornell community who have made positive contributions to women or women's issues. It is named in honor of Constance Cook, Cornell's first woman vice president, and the late Alice Cook, a professor emerita of Cornell's School of Industrial and Labor Relations who was one of the first tenured female faculty members at the university as well as a founding member of the Cornell's Advisory Committee on the Status of Women (ACSW).
- New graduate program in Food safety
Cornell offers new interdisciplinary graduate training program in food safety.
Date posted: February 4, 2000