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    Savoring the Cornell connections at the New York State Fair

    New Cornell president Elizabeth Garrett spent Dairy Day at the New York State Fair, talking wtih everyone from 4-H kids to the commissioner of NYS Agriculture and Markets.

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    Photo by Robert Barker, UPhoto
  • Novel program teaches young girls the science of fashion

    Knitting fashion design and science, the Style Engineers program engages girls in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) topics and is now available to educators nationwide after successful tests at New York State locations this summer.

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    Photo by Ted Boscia
  • New York teens explore college life
    New York teens explore college life

    4-H members from 40 counties across the state experienced life on an Ivy League campus while attending the annual Career Explorations conference in early July. They sampled scientific pursuits from rocketry to ornithology at dozens of hands-on sessions led by Cornell researchers.

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    Photo by Lindsay France, UPhoto
  • Learn what our summer interns were up to in your community

    Cornell students tackle challenges all around the state each summer through CCE internships. Faculty and staff from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Human Ecology partner with extension educators from local county offices to work with students on solutions to New York’s most pressing concerns.

    Photo by Mark Vorreuter

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Extension Associate Spotlight
Marcia Eames-Sheavly

She is the program leader for Cornell Garden-Based Learning and provides statewide leadership of a multidisciplinary garden-based learning extension program for educators.