Green Machines Help NYC Schools

Story by Kritika Kulshrestha Photo by Lisa Narloch Recycled computers and other office equipment from the College of Human Ecology has gained a second life at several New York City schools and churches, helping to advance Cornell’s sustainability mission. Working with Cornell University Cooperative Extension New York City leaders, the college donated 65 items – ranging from computers, monitors, […]

Urban 4-H: Changing Minds, Changing Lives

Story and Photography by Melissa Cheri A high-tech agricultural lab. Produce grown without soil. High school students in white lab coats running experiments—four floors above the metal detectors that greet them each morning. All in the middle of New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. One thing’s for sure: this isn’t your parent’s 4-H. The 4-H […]

CUCE-NYC Associate, Intern Showcase Healthy Recipes At Free Diabetes Informational Session

Story & Photos courtesy New York State Senator James Sanders Jr. In recognition of November being Diabetes Awareness Month, State Senator James Sanders Jr. (D-Rochdale Village) held a free Diabetes Informational Session on Tuesday at the Rockaway Boulevard Senior Center in South Ozone Park, where attendees not only received advice from medical experts on how […]

Weill Cornell CTSC Hosts Community Research Symposium

Photos & Story by Weill Cornell Clinical and Translational Science Center On December 2, 2015, the Weill Cornell Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) brought together a packed audience of researchers and community members for the inaugural Community Research Symposium: Opportunities and Tools for Conducting Community Research. This engaging, thought-provoking meeting introduced participants to the […]