If you’ve receive funding or participate in our programs, we encourage you to acknowledge the office when you present your community-engaged learning work in published materials, posters, talks, websites and presentations.
As of July 1, 2021, OEI is part of the David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement, so please say: “This work was supported [optional: in part] by the David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement at Cornell.”
Please alert Aaron Goldweber, communications director, if your community-engaged learning activities result in media appearances or noteworthy publications. We can help publicize your work.
Engaged College Initiative
If your community-engaged learning funding came from your college’s Engaged College Initiative, please acknowledge both your college and the Einhorn Center. You could say “This work is supported by [college name]’s Engaged College Initiative and the Einhorn Center for Community Engagement.”
What Happened to “Engaged Cornell”?
As of fall 2020, the university is using Engaged Cornell as a call to action for all public engagement activities. Community-engaged learning is a type of public engagement, so we are still part of Engaged Cornell. But the term has been broadened to include the many ways that Cornellian’s have a positive impact on the world. Learn more on the university’s public engagement webpage.