‘Explore’ Engaged Cornell with new online database

Community-engaged learning, leadership and research are happening all across Cornell. Now, thanks to a new feature on the Engaged Cornell website, information on this activity is easier than ever to find. 

Explore includes projects and teams supported by grants and awards, as well as Engaged Faculty Fellows, current Engaged Ambassadors and students who have earned or are pursuing the Certificate in Engaged Leadership. Filters allow users to narrow entries down by topic area, college or school, location and specific grant, award and program.

Looking for food and agriculture projects in New York state? What about international work focused on sustainability topics? Or Engaged Curriculum Grant projects from the College of Engineering? Explore can help.

The database:

  • shows the breadth of Cornell’s community-engaged learning, leadership and research, with projects from every school and college;
  • supports a network of community engagement, helping faculty, students and staff with similar interests find each other and connect; and
  • helps potential grant and program applicants understand what’s been supported in the past.

New projects and people are added to Explore regularly. Send an email to Engaged Cornell to find out more

– Ashlee McGandy

Media Contact

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