The annual Community Engagement Showcase April 15 in Klarman Hall will feature 33 projects highlighting local, regional and international examples of community-engaged learning.
Community-engaged learning, leadership and research is easier than ever to find thanks to Explore, a new feature on the Engaged Cornell website.
The fourth annual Cornell University Regional Town-Gown Conference, held March 26, focused on the logistics and challenges of transportation, or getting people and things where they need to go.
Cornell’s Institute for African Development, part of the Einaudi Center for International Studies, has created strong bonds with its alumni based on camaraderie, accomplishment and regular networking.
A team from Cornell has partnered with Alfred State College and the National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure in Nigeria to help bring solar power to that African nation.
To ensure the safety of fresh fruits and vegetables for consumers, Cornell’s Produce Safety Alliance helps to explain complex federal food safety rules and assess agricultural water use.
The third annual Diversity Preview Weekend, held March 7-10, brought underrepresented minority students to Cornell to learn about the university and gain confidence to apply to graduate school.
Nineteen Cornell students traveled to Washington, D.C., March 6 for the annual Student Aid Advocacy Day, where they met with congressional members and staff.
Thunder View Farms, a Catskill-region Angus beef operation founded and run by Cornell graduates, has been honored by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association for its efforts at keeping water that flows to New York City safe.