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Mark Cisz ’91 and Linda Moerck-Cisz ’91, P ’21, P ’22, P ’27 are Cornell parents from Northport, New York. Their son, Bryan ’21, graduated from the College of Engineering; their daughter Kaitlyn ’22, graduated from the College of Human Ecology; and their son, Stephen ’27, is a first-year student in the Jeb E. Brooks … Read the full story
After amassing a great fortune from his work in the telegraph industry, Ezra Cornell was determined to do the greatest possible good for humanity.
Before the New York State Legislature would charter “the first American university” in 1865, Ezra Cornell had to defend his vision.
Cornell’s ninth Giving Day brought together 18,296 donors to raise more than $13 million in just 24 hours, shattering records from previous years.
A $5 million gift honoring Mabel “Mibs” Martin Follett ’51 establishes the Mibs Martin Follett Professor in Human Ecology.
No matter what your generosity looks like, it matters. It helps Cornell do the greatest good by reaching students in need of support and pursuing research that helps communities all over the world. And your contribution strengthens the university’s legacy as a source of solutions for our time, and for all time. Ever wonder why … Read the full story
Thousands—united by a shared purpose—supported undergraduate scholarships through annual fund giving in 2022.
For Adam Shelepak ’17, financial aid afforded the possibility of meaningful exploration and service to the Cornell community.
Doing the greatest good for student access. Learn how a group of alumni enhanced their Reunion giving with Cornell's affordability challenge match program.
Jonathan Poe ’82 and Anne Vitullo ’77 bolstered their Reunion-year giving through the university’s affordability challenge match program.