Public Policy and Governmental Relations Experience in Albany
Supporting student participation in meetings with New York State policymakers, legislators and advocacy groups
During every New York state legislative session, Cornell faculty, staff and administrators engage with policymakers and advocacy groups to share research and expertise, advocate for an allocation of the NYS budget to support their work and discuss issues that are important to the university. Through this project, students now have the opportunity to travel to the capital with faculty or staff to participate in these meetings, learn about the New York state legislative process and how the university advocates for legislation and science-based policy.
Topics: Law, Government and Policy
- Zoe Nelson, State Relations, Division of University Relations
- Charlie Kruzansky, State Relations, Division of University Relations
- Community partner: New York State Government
Engaged Opportunity Grants
Supporting a wide range of community-engaged learning projects, from student leadership programs and partnership building to events and conference travel. Open to all faculty and staff.