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- Adelson Book Readings
- Third Thursday book readings at the Cornell Lab. 3:30-4:30 pm in the Adelson Library at 159 Sapsucker Woods Road.
- Agroforestry Resource Center
- The Center works to sustain the rural, working landscape of forest and farms in the Catskill Mountain/Hudson Valley Region.
- Animal Careers Website
- A website for exploring Animal Careers for interested middle and high school students, teachers, parents and the public.
- Awesome Aquatics
- Outdoor Educational Programs at Cayuga Nature Center
- Backyard Biology: Naturalist Outreach Speakers Bureau
- A speakers bureau of Cornell undergraduates who provide backyard biology science presentations to local classrooms and community groups.
- Bioenergy and Bioproducts Education Program
- A summer professional development opportunity for science teachers interested in sustainability.
- Educational modules supporting inquiry and scientific investigation in the classroom.
- BirdSleuth Online Summer Course
- "Investigating Birds: Supporting Student Inquiry" is Cornell Lab of Ornithology's five week online summer course for educators.
- CUSP Graduate Research Fellowship
- CUSP is a social justice internship program that pays and houses Cornell's students to work in non-profit organizations in NYC.
- CaRDI Research & Policy Brief Series
- CaRDI produces 2-page briefs on policy relevant community development issues in NYS. Series can be accessed at card.cornell.edu
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