ProgramsEngaged Faculty Fellowship Program
National Emergency Management Agency
Using theater to understand the overlooked importance of men's role in family planning decision-making among internally displaced persons in Nigeria
Stony Creek Colors
Creating videos to communicate why and how to use natural textile dyes
Providing the opportunity for cultural exchange among an Aboriginal Australian artist, members of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and the Cornell community
Working with Yucatec Maya communities to reclaim the forgotten skill of native beekeeping as a traditional livelihood and developing ways for the Maya to adapt to economic globalization.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County
Funding travel to a conference roundtable on developing mutually beneficial community partnerships in the global and public health fields
Cornell Daily Sun
Linking students with an emerging community news exchange to produce high-quality, comprehensive reporting on key issues throughout Tompkins County.
Collaborating with partners in Ghana on sex education, including teen-pregnancy prevention, HIV/AIDS transmission and gender discrimination
The creation of capstone experiences in community-engaged learning, leadership development and exploration of professional opportunities at the Africana Studies and Research Center.
Maria Cristina Garcia
The consolidation of the Latina/o Studies Program curriculum with explicit pathways to engaged learning and research, supported by new and enhanced partnerships.
Myranda Baumbartner MPH ’20
Elsbeth Kane MPH ’20
Promoting evidence-based disease prevention strategies at the Hidden Valley 4-H camp in Schuyler County
Elizabeth Yardley ’19
Understanding the diverse stakeholders concerned with harmful algal blooms in a New York lake
Melissa A. Hines
Kyle M. Shen
An advanced bootcamp teaching students to communicate scientific concepts to audiences at all levels, from kindergarten through specialist.