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Winokur Future Faculty Initiative challenge
The Winokur Future Faculty Initiative enables the college to replace retiring faculty, retain stellar junior faculty, and recruit midcareer and senior faculty to provide leadership in areas of strategic importance. The $40 million initiative, launched in May 2017, has resulted in 11 total endowed positions so far.
Gifts to the Arts & Sciences Annual Fund strengthen all of the foundational work of the college: scholarships for deserving students, funds to hire the best and brightest faculty and support for innovative new teaching methods.
Support the Posse program and join a challenge grant that runs until Dec. 31, 2020. The program identifies students from urban high schools with great academic and leadership potential who might have been overlooked by traditional college selection processes and brings them to Cornell in “posses” of 10 students. Cornell’s sixth posse started this fall.
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Arts & Sciences Career Connections Committee
The A&S Career Connections Committee works with Career Development to connect students with alumni.
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Alumni Affairs and Development Leadership
Michelle Houle Hitz
Interim Director, Development
Director, Alumni Affairs
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