Students take on the
Big Apple — Cornell's
New York City is not just a dense urban extension of Cornell's Ithaca campus - although several colleges and schools have actual brick-and-mortar presences in the city, there are countless other ways that Cornellians are part of the lifeblood of New York.
Cornell capitalizes on the city's vastness and diversity to provide more opportunities than ever before. For hundreds of students and faculty who can be found here at any time, the city can be a place to collaborate, an inspiration, an eye-opener and a necessity. Read more
The Cooperative Extension that never sleeps
Cornell Cooperative Extension has had offices in the Big Apple since 1959. Lately, its city footprint has expanded. Ezra talked with Don Tobias, CUCE-NYC executive director, about what the organization accomplishes for New Yorkers and for Cornell. Read more
Academic entrepreneurship in New York City
When I joined the Cornell faculty in 1974, among my thoughts was how I could find reasons to spend time in New York City. Cornell's agenda and mine to build connections between the Ithaca campus and New York City happily came together. Read more