NYC visioning committee reports high interest, growth potential

By: Joe Wilensky ,  Cornell Chronicle
March 29, 2018

Members of the President’s Visioning Committee on Cornell in New York City held an open forum and discussion March 27, sharing findings from a recent campus survey and asking for additional feedback to help shape the parameters and scope of their recommendations.

The 11-member faculty committee’s charge is to envision what the university’s presence in New York City broadly could look like over the next decade by identifying ideas that complement, enrich and enhance the work of the Ithaca campus through educational, research and public engagement programs.

Committee Chair Noliwe Rooks, associate professor of Africana studies and feminist, gender and sexuality studies in the College of Arts and Sciences, said that President Martha E. Pollack purposely formed the group as a visioning committee, not as a task force, so that recommendations, not implementation, would be the goal

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