We are interested in all wood from the present back to the late Pleistocene.

This ranges from historic houses and buildings and structures in New York and Northeast North America to old to very old wood from excavations, ponds, lakes, road cuttings, etc.

The Bill of Rights shall include, but is not limited to, the opportunity to report a sexual assault to law enforcement or the institution, to be protected from retaliation, and to access services and resources.

The Bill of Rights shall be distributed widely to students and college community members and shall be sent electronically to students at least once annually.

An introduction to the project and a field trip for sample collection are now part of the introductory dendro course at Cornell.

In addition, the project provides many research opportunities for anyone interested in dendrochronology and all its associated sciences.

The Late Glacial Period remains the major focus of the project with the discovery, survey, and sample collection from a unique Younger Dryas-Early Holocene deposit in upstate New York.

In addition, the project now includes the dating of historic buildings and studying forest environmental history, including modern applications such as recent insect infestation, for the region.

Summary of Provisions: Section 1 of the bill would amend the education law by adding a new article 129-B that provides the following: A Statewide Uniform Definition of Affirmative Consent to Sexual Activity: This legislation implements a statewide definition of affirmative consent to read as follows: "Affirmative consent is a knowing, voluntary and mutual decision among all participants to engage in sexual activity.

BILL NUMBER: S5965 REVISED 06/14/2015 TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the education law, in relation to the implementation by colleges and universities of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking prevention and response policies and procedures; and to amend the civil practice law and rules, in relation to privacy of name in certain legal challenges to college/university disciplinary findings; and making appropriations therefor Purpose: This bill would require all colleges and universities in the State of New York ("institutions") to implement uniform prevention and response policies and procedures relating to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.

Each institution shall ensure that answers to such surveys remain anonymous and no individual respondent is identified.