Science Facilities Project

Cornell announced our $35 million Science Facilities Project on Feb. 14, 2017. With $32 million raised, alumni & friends are challenged to contribute and participate in transforming Cornell’s science spaces … More
 
 

Science Facilities Project

Cornell announced our $35 million Science Facilities Project on Feb. 14, 2017. With $32 million raised, alumni & friends are challenged to contribute and participate in transforming Cornell’s science spaces. … More
 
 

Cornell Science Facilities Project

We announced our $35 million Science Facilities Project on Feb. 14, 2017. With $32 million raised, alumni & friends are challenged to contribute and participate in transforming Cornell's science spaces. … More
Joe Dieker, Vice President for Academic Affairs
Students across all disciplines will complete coursework in the new science facilities, making the impact of the new spaces Greater>Than the natural sciences.
Joe Dieker, Vice President for Academic Affairs
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Joel Miller '79, Director of Facility Services
Efficient planning & green technology mean funds raised have an impact that is Greater>Than commonly seen in construction.
Joel Miller '79, Director of Facility Services
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Gilda Boyer '84, Greater>Than Campaign Chair
It's up to the rest of us alums to contribute and close the gap of the remaining $35 million to make this science facilities project Greater>Than we ever thought possible.
Gilda Boyer '84, Greater>Than Campaign Chair
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Julia Eastham '19, Biology major
Julia will have dedicated research space to pursue endangered species study that isGreater>Than earlier Cornellian scientists.
Julia Eastham '19, Biology major
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