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 more
Since they were young, Inhee Rebecca “Becky” Lee ’02 recalls following her older sister, Jinhee Michell Lee ’01, around. Wanting to do everything Michell did was part of Becky’s initial motivation for applying to Cornell. In her senior year of high school, Michell applied to and was accepted by the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell (now … Read more
Read the full article by Tom Fleischman in the Cornell Chronicle. Cornell’s new baseball stadium, at the corner of Ellis Hollow and Game Farm roads, will be called Booth Field, honoring Richard L. “Rich” Booth ’82 for his extraordinary leadership and generosity – much of it anonymous – over the last four decades. The Cornell … Read more
For Adam Shelepak ’17, financial aid afforded the possibility of meaningful exploration and service to the Cornell community.
A gift from Mark DeAngelis ’91, MPA ’92 and Carmen Molinos ’94 will establish three endowed undergraduate scholarship funds intended to support first-generation students in the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy, the College of Human Ecology, and the ILR School. Their gift will also establish an endowed graduate scholarship fund to support … Read more
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.
A competitive financial aid package, in combination with an undergraduate business degree program and a breadth of opportunities to explore technology and sustainability, attracted Jennifer Gammond ’15 to Cornell.
Anwar Kashem '02, MEng '04 wants to help future Cornellians. That’s why he celebrated his 20th Reunion with a challenge match gift to support Cornell’s undergraduate affordability initiative.