A Legacy of Service: Cornell’s Military History
November 9, 2021 @ 8:00 pm
Tuesday, November 9th, 2021
8:00 PM EST
Founded at the close of the American Civil War, Cornell University has a long history of military service and engagement. Join us to learn more about the history of ROTC, Cornell’s role in major world conflicts, student veterans programs, and campus memorials to those who served. This periodic “Cornelliana” series examines Cornell University history, trivia, and traditions with Corey Ryan Earle ’07, who teaches AMST 2001: The First American University on the university’s history. Past presentations are available online.
Corey Ryan Earle
is a visiting lecturer at Cornell University, where he has taught over 4,000 students in a class on the history of Cornell since 2011. He serves as a Cornell history resource person for departments and organizations across campus while working in Alumni Affairs & Development. Passionate about the value of history and traditions in building community and sense of belonging, Corey has written about the topic for The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Corey received his B.S. in communication from Cornell University in 2007 and M.A. in higher education administration and leadership from Teachers College, Columbia University in 2017. He previously served as board president of The History Center in Tompkins County.