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Cornell University's New York City presence spans the length and breadth of Manhattan. Use the map to investigate our urban campus and learn about what we do in the Big Apple.

Alumni Affairs and Development

230 Park Ave
New York, NY 10017
212 351-7660

The metro office of the Division of Alumni Affairs and Development is the gateway to alumni participation and involvement opportunities in the metropolitan New York City region. Connecting to Cornell through alumni associations, clubs, and events is quick and easy.

Roosevelt Island

Cornell Tech

Roosevelt Island, NY 10044

  • The development on Roosevelt Island will be a new, state-of-the art sustainable academic campus comprised of a combination of academic space, research and development facilities, a conference facility, housing, and publicly accessible open space. Overall, over two million square feet of new space will be located in a series of architecturally dynamic buildings.

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The Joan and Sanford I. Weill Medical College

1300 York Ave
New York, NY 10021
212 746-5454

  • First completed in 1932, the 11-building medical education, research, and treatment complex covers more than six and a quarter acres over three city blocks between York Avenue and the East River. It also incorporates approximately five miles of interior corridors. Recent additions include the 20,000 square-foot Weill Education Center, the Samuel J. Wood Library and C. V. Starr Biomedical Information Center, and the 776-bed Maurice R. and Corinne P. Greenberg Pavilion for inpatients.

  • Convenient to numerous restaurants, stores, and theatres, the campus is within walking distance of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Central Park, Carnegie Hall, the Museum of Modern Art, the Frick Collection, The Asia Society, The Hispanic Society, and numerous art galleries. The medical college is divided into 20 academic departments. Seven focus on the sciences underlying clinical medicine, and 13 encompass the study, treatment, and prevention of human diseases, and maternity care.

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Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences

1300 York Ave, Suite A-131
New York, NY 10021
212 746-5454

  • The Weill Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University was founded by the convergence of two great institutions. This unique academic partnership between Weill Cornell Medical College and Sloan-Kettering Institute was formalized in 1952 under the auspices of Cornell's Graduate School and has resulted in the creation of a faculty whose research interests span the full spectrum of biomedicine.

  • This well-integrated faculty has had one unifying mission���to offer its students a carefully designed, research-oriented graduate program that adheres to the highest standards of graduate education. The Weill Graduate School of Medical Sciences is part of a large biomedical center extending along York Avenue between 65th and 72nd Streets on Manhattan's Upper East Side.

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Cornell Tech Chelsea

111 8th Avenue #302
New York, NY 10011
questions@tech.cornell.edu

  • Cornell Tech is up and running in its Chelsea campus, located in the heart of Manhattan's growing tech center in space generously donated by Google. For more information about current Cornell Tech programs, visit tech.cornell.edu

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Alumni Affairs and Development

230 Park Ave
New York, NY 10017
212 351-7660

  • The metro office of the Division of Alumni Affairs and Development is the gateway to alumni participation and involvement opportunities in the metropolitan New York City region. Connecting to Cornell through alumni associations, clubs, and events is quick and easy.

  • The office supports a broad range of Cornell activities throughout the year to ensure relevant alumni connections to Cornell. These include:
    • community outreach ventures
    • faculty lectures
    • freshman welcome receptions
    • university development projects
    • other exciting cultural activities in the metropolitan area

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Cornell Club New York

6 E. 44th Street
New York, NY 10017
212-986-0300

  • The Cornell Club-New York was founded to provide members, their friends, and associates with a forum for rekindling old friendships and forging new ones, to further extend the Cornell Alumni network, and to offer members a fine facility with excellent hospitality for enjoying meals or retreating from the busy bustle of New York City.

  • The club has approximately 6,000 house members, including spouses, and 200 members of the Cornell University Alumni Association of New York City. A variety of programs and events are available for members and guests. The Cornell Club-New York provides an attractive setting for any occasion. It offers a choice of dining in two dining rooms, each with its own distinctive menu and ambience.

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Cornell ILR in NYC

16 E. 34th Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10016
212 340-2800

  • Advancing greater knowledge and expertise about the workplace through teaching, research, and outreach, Cornell University, through the ILR School, is the nation's only institution of higher education to offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in the interdisciplinary field of workplace studies.

  • Six academic departments span subject areas related to work, employment, and the workplace. They include:

    • collective bargaining, labor law, and labor history
    • human-resource management
    • international and comparative labor
    • labor economics
    • organizational behavior
    • social statistics

  • At ILR's New York City headquarters, theory and practice come together through a range of outreach programs, services, and activities, where ILR expertise on workplace issues is readily accessible to organizations, managers, and practitioners; union leaders and members; lawyers; policy makers; and working adults.

  • Programs include the Masters of Professional Studies degree, Human Capital Development Programs, including workshops and customized trainings, the Global Labor Institute, Labor and Employment Law programs, union workshops, and college credit courses. Other areas of focus include diversity/inclusion, employment and disability, and conflict resolution.

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Cornell Cooperative Extension in NYC

183 Madison Ave. Suite 606
New York, NY 10016
212 340-2900

  • Cornell Cooperative Extension in New York City is a research-based educational organization that adapts to the evolving needs of communities, families, and individuals by engaging them in experiential learning opportunities based in research.

  • CUCE-NYC has worked for New Yorkers since 1948 as a vital part of Cornell University's outreach commitment and a manifestation of its status as New York's land-grant university.

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Cornell Club New York

6 E. 44th Street
New York, NY 10017
212-986-0300

  • The Cornell Club-New York was founded to provide members, their friends, and associates with a forum for rekindling old friendships and forging new ones, to further extend the Cornell Alumni network, and to offer members a fine facility with excellent hospitality for enjoying meals or retreating from the busy bustle of New York City.

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Architecture, Art, and Planning

50 W. 17th St. 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10011
212 497-7595

  • Cornell's newest New York City location opened in the spring of 2006. Occupying loft space near Union Square in Manhattan's West Village, the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning (AAP NYC) provides a bright and expansive workspace complete with studio and seminar rooms, computing facilities, and digital and analogue shop facilities. As a global center of design, planning, and art, New York City is an ideal location for advancing the college's academic mission.

  • Taking advantage of the city's remarkable talent pool, AAP NYC engages some of the most progressive and accomplished artists, architects, and planners to teach graduate and undergraduate students as they spend an entire semester in residence.

  • During their New York City term, public and private sector firms and agencies offer AAP students internships; students gain access to leading galleries, artist studios, museums, architecture firms, and urban sites; and, AAP NYC hosts regular lectures, exhibitions, and other events focusing on art and urban design issues. AAP NYC is a nexus of activity for Cornell alumni interested in the creative culture of the city.

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Cornell Financial Engineering Manhattan

55 Broad Street
New York, NY 10004
212 363-2915

  • Cornell Financial Engineering Manhattan fosters close working relationships between Cornell University's School of Operations Research and Information Engineering and the financial services industry by building on the highly successful financial engineering program on the Ithaca campus.

  • CFEM programs complement the theoretical education of our Master of Engineering students in Financial Engineering by providing practical understanding of the financial markets through its professional development programs and third semester curriculum.

  • CFEM offers a variety of Professional Development programs specifically designed to prepare FE students for their successful careers in finance. FE students who spend their third semester at CFEM learn directly from alumni working in finance, work closely with FE project sponsors, and participate in various networking events.

  • For further information please contact CFEM Director, Dr. Victoria Averbukh at vza1@cornell.edu.


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Cornell in the NYC Media

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...and human-rights concerns that have plagued mined diamonds in recent...

News

For news and information on events happening in and around New York City, contact Cornell's Media Relations Office.


Connect

The Cornell Entrepreneur Network (CEN) is the university's alumni business network.

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Cornell in NYC
Urban Fish Farming

"Not only [will raising fish within the city] cut down on transportation time, but the quality of fish is as pristine as ever. By the time [imported fish] reach here in the United States they are 10 to 15 days old. By the time they get to your dinner table, you're talking about 15-20 days old and there's a degradation biologically."

– Philson Warner, director of Cornell's Aquaculture Lab at the NYC Food and Finance High School. He recently appeared on FOX News to discuss urban fish farming.

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Cornell University's community of scholars extends throughout New York City where programs from Cornell's top-ranked colleges, schools, and campuses represent intellectual rigor and deep and broad research. Cornell students, faculty, and staff are connecting with each other across campuses and research facilities around the world. As New York's land grant institution, we teach and learn in every part of the state, transforming ideas into action.

Cornell Cooperative Extension
New York City offices
Human Ecology
Urban Semester Program
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Events

Cornellians host events for New Yorkers every day. Use our calendar to find lectures, recitals, workshops, performances, and much more.

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Working Together

Cornell faculty, students and alumni study and work across the NYC metro area. We partner with local communities and organizations, from the Bronx to Queens, on programs for the benefit of the people of New York.


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