OADI supports the increased presence, academic success, intellectual achievement, and inclusion of students from under-represented backgrounds across all fields of study.
Students discuss issues, engage in cross-cultural communication, and foster cooperation among peers.
Graduate and Professional Students
OISE supports collaborative programing offering graduate and postdoctoral scholars the opportunity to build skills crucial to their development and success.
This office supports people who have served or are currently serving in the military, ROTC, the Reserves or National Guard. This site hosts a range of resources for students, faculty, staff and prospective Cornell students and employees.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) focuses on increasing diversity and promoting inclusiveness at Johnson and in the global business community by promoting a culture that not only values differences, but leverages them as sources of strength.
Formerly known as Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training (BEST), Careers Beyond Academia prepares doctoral students and postdocs from all disciplines in their exploration of careers beyond academia through flexible, experiential, empowering opportunities.
Formerly known as the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CU-CIRTL), Future Faculty and Academic Careers prepares graduate students and postdocs for the future professoriate, with a focus on three areas: evidence-based practice of teaching, inclusive teaching and learning, and mentoring.
Postdoctoral Scholars and Academic Professionals
The Office of Postdoctoral Studies monitors the status and needs of the postdoctoral campus community and serves as an advocate for postdoctoral issues to the Vice Provost for Research and Cornell's administration.
Diverse Student Groups
Nearly 1,000 student organizations at Cornell are registered through the Campus Activities searchable database.
As part of the Graduate School’s mission to foster a diverse community of students and support professional development opportunities, we have numerous graduate student organizations related to women’s professional development to encourage active participation; various campus resources that are designated to support and promote women scholars; as well as external resources to support women's professional development opportunities.