The exhibition "Seeds of Survival and Celebration: Plants and the Black Experience" returned for a second season with an expanded plant collection, which honors the lasting influence of the formerly enslaved and their descendants on American culture.
Nine Cornell graduate students have conducted international research with Fulbright-Hays awards since 2020. A new cohort of Cornell Fulbright-Hays awardees has just been announced. Cornell celebrates a 100% acceptance rate, with five new awardees.
Designs by 4-H youth hit the runway at the 4-H Fashion Revue at the New York State Fair, with Cornell students and faculty inspiring the young fashion designers with feedback and discussions about design thinking and innovation.
Cornell Cooperative Extension Broome County’s inaugural “Women of Food” event featured local chefs preparing their signature plates and telling personal stories about the foods and relationships that launched their culinary journeys.
Cornell will increase its voluntary, unrestricted contribution to the Ithaca City School District by $150,000 per year, from $500,000 to $650,000 annually, beginning this year, university officials announced.
Students in the Big Red Buddies program volunteer their time to assist in classrooms with the Tompkins County Early Head Start and Head Start program, which promotes healthy child development and education for low-income families.
Twelve undergraduates, all ILR majors, took part in the first High Roads Fellowship program to take place in New York City. During the nine-week session, the fellows gained work experience assisting organizations in the NYC region.