Two dozen Engaged Faculty Fellows announced

Twenty-four faculty members, representing six colleges and the Cornell University Library, have been named to the Engaged Faculty Fellowship Program.

The 2019-20 cohort, the largest in the seven-year history of the program, joins more than 50 other faculty fellows dedicated to advancing community-engaged learning at Cornell and within their respective fields.

“I’m delighted to welcome these brilliant and committed Engaged Faculty Fellows to the network,” said Anna Sims Bartel, associate director of community-engaged curricula and practice in the Office of Engagement Initiatives.

“They represent a diversity of projects and programs that will lead to rich conversations and collaborations among us and – even more importantly – will have important positive benefits for their students and community partners,” she said. “From community-engaged deer management to public interest data science to collaborative case studies of small African agrobusinesses, the work of the fellows is contributing to their disciplines and to the world in powerful ways.”

Read the full article in the Cornell Chronicle.