If you receive OEI 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.
You can say: “This work was supported [optional: in part] by Cornell’s Office of Engagement Initiatives.”
Please alert Aaron Goldweber, OEI’s 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 OEI. You could say “This work is supported by [college name]’s Engaged College Initiative and the Office of Engagement Initiatives.”
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.