Employee-Elected Trustee Special Election - Spring 2022

This information is for the Spring 2022 Employee-Elected Trustee Special Election, filling out two years of an unexpired regular four-year term. The elected candidate will serve as a full-voting member of the Cornell University Board of Trustees from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2024.


Election Update: Election Results 

Employee Assembly Election - Spring 2022

Meet the Spring 2022 Candidates

Candidate Registration Requirements

All regular full-time and part-time staff members in a non-exempt, exempt, or academic non-professorial staff category; and who are employed at the Ithaca, AgriTech in Geneva or Cornell Tech campuses of the university are eligible to run for a seat in this election.

Application Process:

Employee Assembly Staff Forum: COVID in the New Semester - A Panel Discussion

This forum will be an opportunity for the staff community to hear from those responsible for developing and implementing our COVID-19 mitigation strategies as we begin the new semester. The invited panelists will review the results of student re-entry and respond to questions and concerns. This forum was held virtually via Zoom on Friday, February 18, 2022 from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST).
 
Panelists included:
  • Mike Kotlikoff, Provost

Fall 2021 Employee Assembly Special Election Results

(Downloadable pdf of all results)

RACE: Less than 5 Years of Services Representative At-Large
  • The election was conducted via a ranked Hare System.
  • Tabulation Method: IRV
  • Number of total ballots: 525

Election Results - Student Assembly Election | Fall 2021

Downloadable PDF of all election results

ELECTION UPDATE

RACE: Freshmen Representative

Overall Turnout:
Of the 3,729 eligible voters, 1,112 voters, or 29.82%, voted in this election.
9 candidates running for 4 seats
 
Pedro Da Silveira - 414
Andrew Juan - 410
Luna Lu - 403

Employee Assembly Special Election - Fall 2021

The Employee Assembly holds regularly scheduled elections each spring; this special fall election will include twelve currently vacant seats who will represent staff by holding at-large, college and identity-based seats. 
 
To view the election results, please click here. For general information about staff elections, please click here

Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) Feedback Sessions

Members of the Public Safety Advisory Committee will be present to hear from students, faculty and staff and capture community perspectives on campus public safety on Cornell’s Ithaca campus, in response to the Public Safety Reform Report and Final Recommendations.
 
There will be two feedback sessions, both to be held in the Memorial Room, Willard Straight Hall:

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