Since its founding, Cornell has aspired to be a diverse and inclusive university. Our founding principles continue to inspire and guide us, and when the experience of the community fails to reflect these goals, we must redouble our efforts to create the kind of environment we seek. Visit the Office of the President's page for ongoing updates.
- Scheinman Institute announces process for nominating members of Presidential Task Force (Oct. 27, 2017)
- President Martha E. Pollack announces co-chairs, charge of task force addressing bigotry and intolerance (Oct. 11, 2017)
- Statement from President Martha E. Pollack on events of the past few weeks (Sept. 17, 2017)
Provost Kotlikoff and Vice President Lombardi have been charged with developing and/or enhancing programs and services that support diversity and inclusion on our campuses.
In September, President Pollack directed the heads of the Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils to develop a substantive and meaningful diversity training and education program for all their members, to be implemented before the spring recruitment cycle.