[Deadline Extended] Do you work on a topic related to the land – such as agriculture, colonial plant science, biodiversity conservation, water resource management, etc? Cornell’s initiative in Integrated Land Management is offering a weeklong workshop and an internship program to help Cornell graduate students build these skills. Read more
Wonder Women (DSOC 1120), is a Learning Where You Live course taught in the north campus residence halls. See the Learning Where You Live brochure for information about the course. Speakers this year include Heather Lane, owner of Purity Ice Cream; Gretchen Ritter, Dean of Arts & Sciences; Kate Supron, former mayor of Cayuga Heights; and Paulette Clancy, professor in Chemical Engineering. Read more
Learn about migrants and migration in Central America, Mexico, and the United States via engaged learning & research.
CORE THEMES: Ethical approaches to working with vulnerable populations; Workplaces and working conditions; Oral histories/testimonios; Immigration policy and enforcement practices.
Learn qualitative methodologies for field research and apply them in short projects in collaboration with the Cornell Farmworker Program. Read more