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What is Outreach?

Outreach programs solve real-world problems by linking people to Cornell's rich resources. Students, faculty, and staff share their expertise and energy with schools, businesses, government, community organizations, individuals, and families.

The Outreach We Do

Lost Ladybug Project

Cornell scientists have enlisted kids in a nationwide hunt for ladybugs. Photos sent in will help them understand why some, like New York's nine-spotted ladybug, have become extremely rare while others have flourished.

Project Feederwatch

Tell us about the birds that visit your backyard and help scientists track winter bird migration and trends in bird distribution and abundance

Research with a Public Purpose

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The Land Grant Mission

Outreach manifests Cornell's mission as the land grant university for New York State.

Cornell Cooperative Extension is a key outreach system with an extensive local presence.

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Office of the Vice Provost for Land Grant Affairs