Cornellians everywhere are joining together to make a lasting difference for the world, participating in a university-wide campaign to do the greatest good.
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The handwritten phrase "to do the greatest good" is taken directly from notes Ezra Cornell prepared to address the New York State Legislature about the founding of Cornell University in 1865.
The statue of Ezra Cornell on the Arts Quad, designed by sculptor Hermon Atkins MacNeil, honors the university's founder and was dedicated in 1919.
Scientists across campus are shaping the future of agriculture, working to conserve biodiversity while safeguarding human cultural values and traditions.
Technology is a critical part of our world, and every Cornell student's education–regardless of their field of study.
Cornellians are everywhere, making a difference in communities around the globe.
From studying how children play to providing childhood education training in local communities, Cornell programs and research help support the next generation.
As a bridge to the world, Cornell has a global footprint. The Cornell network solves problems in communities large and small.
Cornellians are studying how agriculture, global supply chains, international development, and sustainability all play a role in developing solutions for worldwide hunger.
Student groups at Cornell solve real-world problems—like AguaClara Cornell, inventing and designing technologies to help bring clean drinking water to communities across the globe.
Help our students learn how to turn their knowledge into change by providing the resources they need to run the projects they’re passionate about.
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