Engaged Cornell is a campuswide ethos fueling the advancement of the university’s mission through community-engaged discovery and learning. Demonstrated in projects identified, designed, and implemented in collaboration with partner communities, the spirit of Engaged Cornell is contributing to solutions seeking to overcome some of the world’s biggest challenges. By embracing the Engaged Cornell state-of-mind, students become global citizens leading social change and the university inspires a new generation of teaching and research at Cornell and beyond.
Engaged Cornell is seen across campus and around the world in the work led by students, faculty, staff, and their community partners. Cornell’s colleges and schools offer a vast array of programming which is supported and augmented by offices and units including those co-located in the Engaged Cornell Hub, scheduled to open in January 2017 in Kennedy Hall.
About the Office of Engagement Initiatives
Cornell University’s Office of Engagement Initiatives supports Engaged Cornell through strategic programs and assessment. Based in the Office of the Vice Provost and working in close collaboration with the vice provosts for International Affairs and Undergraduate Education and the Vice President of Student and Campus Life, staff oversee funding and development opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and their community partners.
- Student and Leadership Development
- Faculty, Staff, and Partnership Development
- Grants and Awards | 2016 Engaged Curriculum Grant Recipients
- Program Evaluation, Assessment, and Research
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