My Cornell time was all about the change from traditional graphic design to (as it was called then, and maybe still is if anyone still thinks about it) Desktop Publishing.
Apart from the strictly come computing stuff of nursing designers, photographers and art directors through this change and the conniptions there of, regular computing and database stuff...

  UCDA etc.
Writing columns for UCDA's Designer magazine and presenting at their and CASE's conferences.
I was a member of InDesign's Advisory Board for the program's initial development.

And fonts, for example, for the Cornell Calendar and for a facsimile and translation of a French Revolutionary pamphlet.