Links and Resources
Find out more about professional development opportunities at
Check out learning opportunities available to CU librarians.
Useful information for new Endowed employees.
Learn more about Cornell's mission to promote diversity and inclusiveness.
Contact information and short descriptions of local programs looking
Diversity, Equity, and Life Quality
Dedicated to working with
Cornell University colleges, departments, and units and with Cornell
community members to create and promote a respectful, inclusive
and diverse community that supports equal opportunity and affirmative
action laws and regulations as well as a high quality of work
life at Cornell.
Programming for Diverse Communities
Programs for newcomers and kids. Sponsored by the Office of Workforce
Diversity, Equity, and Life Quality.
City of Ithaca
Learn more about Ithaca, New York.
Latino Studies Program
Cornell's LSP is an interdisciplinary academic program that focuses on Latino/a issues in the United States as opposed to Latin America.
American Indian Program
The American Indian Program strives to develop new generations of educated Native and non-Native peoples who will contemplate study and contribute to the building of nation and community in Native America.
Asian American Studies
The course of study stresses developments within the U.S., but also underscores the transnational and comparative contexts of Asian America, and the field's connections with African American, American Indian, Latino, and Women's Studies.
Africana Studies and Research Center
The graduate program affords an opportunity for structuring a program of study to meet the specific interests of its own students as well as students from other fields who select a minor concentration in either African or African American studies. The curriculum reflects a multidisciplinary and comparative approach to the experience of African peoples throughout the world.
Lesbian, Bisexual and
The field of Lesbian, Bisexual, and Gay Studies is devoted to the study of sexuality and its importance to the organization of social relations more generally.