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Meaningful Ways to Give

Meaningful Ways to Give

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Summer Experience Grant

Help our students explore their dreams by giving a gift toward Summer Experience Grants. These funds help our students afford the costs of unpaid or low-paid internships and career exploration opportunities by covering their living expenses, transportation and travel during the summer.

Support the Summer Experience Grants

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Cornell Promise

In the wake of the pandemic, the need for financial aid has increased dramatically. A gift of any size to the Cornell Promise Annual Fund Scholarships for Arts & Sciences will help us to ensure every student is able to complete their Cornell education, regardless of their ability to pay. 

Make a gift

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Annual Fund

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.

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Support Arts & Sciences Today

When you give to the College of Arts & Sciences, you are supporting the nexus of research and teaching at Cornell University.

Donate Now

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800-279-3099

Mail
Box 37334
Boone, IA, 50037-0334

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Planned Giving
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Staying Connected

Staying Connected

Alumni News

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Provided Evan (left) and Corey in 1987.
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Lisa Banlaki Frank/CAM In fall 2018, Li came to campus for a visit during which she spoke to classes, held training sessions with Cornell Dining staff, met with students, and did a cooking demo in Okenshields, where several Mei Mei dishes were featured at dinner.
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Dave Burbank/Cornell University From left, Ray Jayawardhana, the Harold Tanner Dean of Arts and Sciences; Robert S. Harrison ’76, chair of the Cornell Board of Trustees; and Provost Michael Kotlikoff at Spring 2022 Advisory Council Dinner.

Career Networking and Mentoring

Career Networking and Mentoring

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Young Alumni Career Services

The Arts & Sciences Career Development Center is happy to assist young alumni (0-5 years out) with career planning. Schedule a phone or video appointment today.

Get support

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Career Connections Committee

The A&S Career Connections Committee works with Career Development to connect students with alumni.

Learn more about career connections

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Career Conversations

Planning a visit to campus during the school year, or you're interested in connecting with students?

Learn more about career conversations

Alumni Leadership

Alumni Leadership

Arts & Sciences Advisory Council

Our mission is to provide a foundation in the liberal arts for all Cornell students and, within the college, to foster the intellectual curiosity that drives outstanding research, scholarship, and teaching in the liberal arts.

A&S Advisory Council

Alumni Affairs & Development Leadership

Name Title Contact
Monica Lewis Associate Dean for Alumni Affairs & Development Seneca Place on the Commons, Suite 510
mlewis@cornell.edu
607-255-8478
Michelle Houle-Hitz Director of Development Seneca Place on the Commons
mmh11@cornell.edu
607-254-6139
Laurie Johnston Director of Alumni Engagement Seneca Place on the Commons, Suite 510
laurie.johnston@cornell.edu
607-255-9884
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