OEI is able to advance community-engaged learning at Cornell because of the generosity and vision of our donors. An establishing gift from the foundation now known as Einhorn Collaborative launched the office and our grants and programs, and several alumni and friends support our faculty awards.
About Einhorn Collaborative
Einhorn Collaborative, the foundation of David Einhorn ’91, seeks to address America’s growing crisis of connection. Working with a wide range of cultural influencers, researchers, community leaders and funders, the foundation helps Americans build stronger relationships, embrace our differences and rediscover our shared humanity — so we can solve our most urgent challenges, together.
One of Einhorn Collaborative’s signature investments is with Cornell University, ensuring that every undergraduate has a high-quality community-engaged learning experience before they graduate. Because of this partnership, Cornellians will be seen as educated global citizens who practice respect and empathy, seek collaboration and cooperation and embrace differences in all aspects of their lives.
Other OEI Supporters
Engaged Scholar Prize – Supported by a generous contribution from Ann S. Bowers ’59, Cornell trustee emerita
George D. Levy Engaged Teaching and Research Award – Established by the Levy family, in memory of George D. Levy, MBA ’54