Cornell is one of two schools that is advancing to the world finals of the International Collegiate Programming Contest from the Greater NY ACM Regionals.
Also notable is that, by taking 2nd, 6th, 12th, and 17th place, we had the best average rank of all the schools, from a field of 45 teams.
The members of the Cornell team going on to the finals are Eduardo Ferreira, Rafael Marinheiro, and Victor Reis.  All four teams were coached by ORIE PhD student (and CS minor) Daniel Fleischman, with Walker White serving as team advisor.
 

Schools and average rank
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Cornell 9.25 (4 teams: 2, 6, 12, 17)
Princeton 10.5 (4 teams: 1, 3, 9, 29)
SUNY-Stonybrook 11 (3 teams: 5, 7, 21)
Yale 13.5 (4 teams: 10, 11, 15, 18)
CUNY 14 (1 team)
Columbia 14.6667 (3 teams: 4, 13, 27)
NYU 19.5 (6 teams)
Poly 25 (2 teams)
Stevens 28 (2 teams)
Cooper 31.6667 (3 teams)
Manhattan 34.3333 (3 teams)
Binghamton 36 (1 team)
Hofstra 36 (2 teams)
SJCNY 37.5 (4 teams)
ECC 43 (1 team)
Mercy 43 (1 team)
NJIT 43 (1 team)

http://www.acmgnyr.org/year2014/standings.shtml