Check out opportunities to connect with Cornell colleagues via social media channels and groups!
► SOCIAL MEDIA
Follow the University’s official social sites to stay up to date with all the latest news and conversations. A few are listed below; be sure to take a moment to search for individual colleges and units -- there are hundreds of Cornell-related social media opportunities, including sports teams, clubs, associations, professors, publications, leaders, and more.
► COLLEAGUE NETWORK GROUPS
CNGs are university-sponsored employee networking groups for traditionally underrepresented minorities and allies of those groups. Connect with Cornell colleagues across the university in groups supporting men of color, women of color, LGBTQ+, disabilities, veterans, and young professionals.
Colleague Network Groups
► CORNELL CAMPUS CLUB
Social organization for Ithaca women featuring diverse activity groups, events, lectures, and service options. (Cornell affiliation is not required to join and the organization is not officially supported by the university.)
Cornell Campus Club
► CORNELL GREEN AMBASSADORS
Leadership program designed to empower, equip, and engage staff and faculty as peer educators to facilitate a culture of environmental, economic and social sustainability within their own workgroups.
Cornell Green Ambassadors
► CORNELL RECREATION CONNECTION
Encouraging camaraderie among staff, faculty, and retirees by providing social experiences and outlets through recreational events.
Cornell Recreation Connection
► CORNELL RETIREES ASSOCIATION
Networking and service group open to Cornell retirees and their spouses/partners.
Cornell Retirees Association
► SUSTAINABILITY GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE
Networking group of staff, faculty, and students interested in sustainability engagement and outreach to further Cornell’s campus sustainability goals.
Sustainability Governance Committee
► UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES
Website featuring details and links to all Cornell committees.
► EMAIL LISTS
The Division of Human Resources administers electronic mailing lists (e-lists) on a variety of topics, including parenting (including the school closing list), adult caregiving, support groups, workshops, and news and updates.
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