College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University The community page for the students, faculty, alumni, staff and friends of the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences at Cornell. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is a pioneer of purpose-driven science and Cornell University’s second largest college.

We work across disciplines to tackle the challenges of our time through world-renowned research, education and outreach. The questions we probe and the answers we seek focus on three overlapping concerns: natural and human systems; food, energy and environmental resources; and social, physical and economic well-being. Since our founding, we have evolved continuously to meet the changing needs of our world. Our top-ranked programs include over 20 majors in community and rural development, environment and natural resources, food and nutrition, communication, applied economics, agriculture, international programs and life sciences. The excellence of our science is matched by the generosity of our spirit. We aim to leave the world better than we found it, so we seek out those not simply driven to master their discipline, but who are also passionate about doing so to serve the public good. CALS is fundamentally invested in improving the lives of people, their environments and their communities both in New York state and around the world. The Cornell CALS experience empowers us to explore the boundaries of knowledge, supported by the leading minds of today and surrounded by the leading minds of tomorrow.

How will climate change affect our dinner plates?A new book from entomology professor emeritus Michael Hoffmann, writer ...
05/11/2021
‘Our Changing Menu’: Warming climate serves up meal remake

How will climate change affect our dinner plates?

A new book from entomology professor emeritus Michael Hoffmann, writer Carrie Koplinka-Loehr & Danielle Eiseman, explains how climate change affects agriculture & ultimately, the food we regularly consume.

“Our Changing Menu: Climate Change and the Foods We Love and Need,” a new book from an imprint of Cornell University Press, presents a global climate tour of Earth’s foods – from vegetables, grains and meats to beverages and desserts – from the perspective of climate reality and explains h...

Did you know that blue is the rarest flower color? Join us for another webinar from Cornell Botanic Gardens about the sc...
05/10/2021
Elusive Blue: The Rarest of Flower Colors

Did you know that blue is the rarest flower color? Join us for another webinar from Cornell Botanic Gardens about the science behind the color blue, why it is so rare in the plant world, and some tips for displaying it in a garden. The program is free, but pre-registration is required.

Did you know that blue is the rarest flower color? Please join Brandon George, graduate student in Public Garden Leadership at Cornell University, for an in-depth talk on the color blue. In this webinar, Brandon will discuss what is technically considered blue, as well as the science behind the colo...

New Cornell-led research finds “little to no evidence” of a link between normal blood levels of vitamin D and risk of ge...
05/10/2021
Study: Vitamin D won’t limit risk, severity of COVID-19

New Cornell-led research finds “little to no evidence” of a link between normal blood levels of vitamin D and risk of getting COVID-19, in the most comprehensive study of its kind to date.

Multiple studies had suggested an association between vitamin D and COVID-19 risk, raising hopes that vitamin D supplements might help to prevent or minimize infections – speculation that has received widespread media attention and boosted consumer interest. The new study, however, which analyzed ...

The science behind oat milk and how to even make it yourself! Food science professor Olga Padilla-Zakour helps Popular S...
05/07/2021
How to make oat milk—with science | Popular Science

The science behind oat milk and how to even make it yourself!

Food science professor Olga Padilla-Zakour helps Popular Science nail down the ultimate oat milk recipe, and along the way, explains the science behind its creamy goodness. 🥛 👀 👇

Enjoy the most delicious oat milk latte without it turning into a slimy, gel-like substances The secret? Enzymes.

Tomorrow - join us for an interactive teach-in and listen-in on the history and experience of anti-Asian racism in the U...
05/06/2021
Teach-in on Confronting Anti-Asian Racism

Tomorrow - join us for an interactive teach-in and listen-in on the history and experience of anti-Asian racism in the U.S. and at Cornell.

CALS undergrad Jeannie Yamazaki '21 will share her perspectives alongside five other panelists from across the university.

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Join us for an interactive teach-in and listen-in on the history and experience of anti-Asian racism in the United States and at Cornell University. Register here. In the first hour, perspectives and presentations from Cornell students, staff, and faculty will highlight the long history of anti-Asia...

Thousands of seniors from all over the country are logging into Cornell Cooperative Extension of Clinton County's online...
05/06/2021
Extension Online Fitness Classes Bring Seniors Together

Thousands of seniors from all over the country are logging into Cornell Cooperative Extension of Clinton County's online fitness classes looking for exercise and connection. It all started last year when gyms and community spaces began to close.

They Zoom in from New York City, across upstate and downstate New York, the North Country, and states all across the U.S. Four mornings a week at 9 a.m., thousands of seniors join Cornell Cooperative Extension of Clinton County Executive Director Mary Breyette’s online fitness classes looking for ...

CALS Cornell Eas major Jack Sillin ’22 has over 14,000 Twitter followers tracking his weather forecasts & related insigh...
05/05/2021

CALS Cornell Eas major Jack Sillin ’22 has over 14,000 Twitter followers tracking his weather forecasts & related insights, including new observations about how radar coverage intersects with other societal issues. https://cals.cornell.edu/news/2021/04/jack-sillin-22-leveraging-twitter-advance-meteorological-conversations

CALS Cornell Eas major Jack Sillin ’22 has over 14,000 Twitter followers tracking his weather forecasts & related insights, including new observations about how radar coverage intersects with other societal issues. https://cals.cornell.edu/news/2021/04/jack-sillin-22-leveraging-twitter-advance-meteorological-conversations

Did you know that a female ruby-throated hummingbird feeding her young can consume about 2,000 tiny, soft-bodied insects...
05/03/2021
Juliet Carroll: Using hummingbirds to protect New York’s berries

Did you know that a female ruby-throated hummingbird feeding her young can consume about 2,000 tiny, soft-bodied insects per day? It's an ideal pest management solution that also reduces the pesticide footprint on fruit farms across the state, says a study from the New York State Integrated Pest Management program.

Research at Cornell in fruit IPM has created solutions that, in some cases, have erased the need for pesticide applications. I work with CALS faculty and CCE educators to deliver IPM solutions to the fruit industry. I truly stand on the shoulders of giants — faculty, technicians, graduate students...

Here at CALS, you may have noticed that we talk a lot about our "extension" work. But what exactly IS extension work? Hi...
04/30/2021
Leading Through Extension: Experimenting Together

Here at CALS, you may have noticed that we talk a lot about our "extension" work. But what exactly IS extension work? Historian and professor Scott Peters explains in the latest episode of Cornell Cooperative Extension's “Extension Out Loud” podcast. Listen in ⬇

Historian and professor Scott Peters has dedicated over two decades to examining the dynamic relationships that scientists, scholars, and extension educators at land-grant universities have with the communities they serve.

Though more than 142 million Americans have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine to date, public confusion & u...
04/29/2021

Though more than 142 million Americans have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine to date, public confusion & uncertainty about the importance of second doses threaten to delay a US return to normalcy, according to Cornell-led research in the New England Journal of Medicine. https://cals.cornell.edu/news/2021/04/skipping-second-shot-could-prolong-pandemic-study-finds

Though more than 142 million Americans have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine to date, public confusion & uncertainty about the importance of second doses threaten to delay a US return to normalcy, according to Cornell-led research in the New England Journal of Medicine. https://cals.cornell.edu/news/2021/04/skipping-second-shot-could-prolong-pandemic-study-finds

Have you heard about Cornell University's new Discovery Kitchen? The state-of the-art teaching kitchen, now under constr...
04/28/2021
North Campus kitchen to cultivate culinary, dietetic discovery

Have you heard about Cornell University's new Discovery Kitchen? The state-of the-art teaching kitchen, now under construction through a partnership between Cornell Dining and the Division of Nutritional Sciences, is part of the North Campus Residential Expansion.

The partners expect the glass-enclosed shared lab space to enhance menus, dietary education and food literacy across campus, and hope the kitchen classroom’s prominent placement in the university’s newest residential community highlights the connections between food and research, living and learning.

Welcome to the Discovery Kitchen, a state-of the-art teaching kitchen now under construction through a partnership between Cornell Dining and the Division of Nutritional Sciences (DNS)

Join us in welcoming Matt Marx, Bruce F. Failing Sr. Professor of Entrepreneurship, to the CALS community! In his new ro...
04/27/2021

Join us in welcoming Matt Marx, Bruce F. Failing Sr. Professor of Entrepreneurship, to the CALS community! In his new role, Matt will focus on reducing the barriers to the commercialization of science and technology.
https://cals.cornell.edu/news/meet-our-faculty-matt-marx

Join us in welcoming Matt Marx, Bruce F. Failing Sr. Professor of Entrepreneurship, to the CALS community! In his new role, Matt will focus on reducing the barriers to the commercialization of science and technology.
https://cals.cornell.edu/news/meet-our-faculty-matt-marx

Welcome to CALS, Virginia Moore! A new assistant professor joining the Plant Breeding and Genetics Section of our School...
04/27/2021

Welcome to CALS, Virginia Moore! A new assistant professor joining the Plant Breeding and Genetics Section of our School of Integrative Plant Science, Virginia is a plant breeder working to increase the feasibility for farmers to adopt more sustainable practices. https://cals.cornell.edu/news/meet-our-faculty-virginia-moore

Welcome to CALS, Virginia Moore! A new assistant professor joining the Plant Breeding and Genetics Section of our School of Integrative Plant Science, Virginia is a plant breeder working to increase the feasibility for farmers to adopt more sustainable practices. https://cals.cornell.edu/news/meet-our-faculty-virginia-moore

Tomorrow, join us for the CALS Dean's Inclusive Excellence Seminar Series - presenting: How We Win for People and Planet...
04/26/2021
How We Win for People and Planet in the Climate Decade

Tomorrow, join us for the CALS Dean's Inclusive Excellence Seminar Series - presenting: How We Win for People and Planet in the Climate Decade with Tamara Toles O'Laughlin.

The series highlights academic excellence through inclusive science and creates a platform for extended discussions on how our science can and should be transformative in leading to best practices and policies that support social, economic, environmental and climate justice.

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This event is supported by the CALS Office for Diversity and Inclusion and is part of the CALS Dean’s Inclusive Excellence Seminar Series, which highlights academic excellence through inclusive science and creates a platform for extended discussions on how our science can and should be transformat...

In this brief podcast, Dean Ben Houlton highlights several examples of agricultural teaching, research and education cur...
04/26/2021

In this brief podcast, Dean Ben Houlton highlights several examples of agricultural teaching, research and education currently underway at CALS, thanks to NIFA funding, aimed at developing climate solutions for the NYS and world-wide ag community. Listen in: https://soundcloud.com/user-314505322/cornells-purpose-driven-agricultural-teaching-research-and-education-for-climate-solutions

In this brief podcast, Dean Ben Houlton highlights several examples of agricultural teaching, research and education currently underway at CALS, thanks to NIFA funding, aimed at developing climate solutions for the NYS and world-wide ag community. Listen in: https://soundcloud.com/user-314505322/cornells-purpose-driven-agricultural-teaching-research-and-education-for-climate-solutions

House finches are locked in a deadly cycle of immunity and new strains of bacterial infection in battling an eye disease...
04/23/2021
Citizen science data tracks race of birds vs. bacteria

House finches are locked in a deadly cycle of immunity and new strains of bacterial infection in battling an eye disease that halved their population when it first emerged 25 years ago, according to new research from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

House finch eye disease causes red, swollen, watery or crusty eyes. Afflicted birds can recover, but may die because they cannot see well enough to find food or avoid predators. The latest analyses, based on the observations of Project FeederWatch participants from eight Northeast states, addresses....

From working alongside NOAA scientists to understand the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on NYC CO2 emissions, to conductin...
04/22/2021

From working alongside NOAA scientists to understand the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on NYC CO2 emissions, to conducting research-intensive marine science fieldwork in Hawaii & the Pacific Northwest, Jack Estner '21 is on a path to help #RestoreOurEarth.
https://cals.cornell.edu/news/meet-jack-elstner-21-advancing-research-oceanography-and-climate-change

From working alongside NOAA scientists to understand the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on NYC CO2 emissions, to conducting research-intensive marine science fieldwork in Hawaii & the Pacific Northwest, Jack Estner '21 is on a path to help #RestoreOurEarth.
https://cals.cornell.edu/news/meet-jack-elstner-21-advancing-research-oceanography-and-climate-change

Did you know that until 1969, living things were only divided into animals & plants? Cornell Prof. Robert H. Whittaker p...
04/22/2021

Did you know that until 1969, living things were only divided into animals & plants? Cornell Prof. Robert H. Whittaker proposed the now generally adopted additional three kingdoms: Monera (bacteria), Protista & Fungi. #EarthDay2021

Did you know that until 1969, living things were only divided into animals & plants? Cornell Prof. Robert H. Whittaker proposed the now generally adopted additional three kingdoms: Monera (bacteria), Protista & Fungi. #EarthDay2021

Webinar - in honor of Earth Day, Cornell Botanic Gardens' Verdant Views will feature stories of the challenges and choic...
04/21/2021
Apr 22, 2021: Verdant Views: Global Climate Stories

Webinar - in honor of Earth Day, Cornell Botanic Gardens' Verdant Views will feature stories of the challenges and choices experienced in areas most affected by climate change, and actions being taken in response to the global crisis.

Register today ⬇

Our changing climate poses great challenges for humanity around the world: extreme weather events, sea level rise, flooding, drought, wildfires and more. How are countries in areas most affected by climate change responding to these and other challenges? In honor of Earth Day 2021, this special edit...

Anu Rangarajan, director of Cornell Small Farms Program, and other Cornell Cooperative Extension and faculty experts tes...
04/21/2021

Anu Rangarajan, director of Cornell Small Farms Program, and other Cornell Cooperative Extension and faculty experts testified during a recent New York State Senate hearing about opportunities to diversify agriculture and address food justice.
https://cals.cornell.edu/news/cornell-experts-advocate-ag-diversity-food-security

Anu Rangarajan, director of Cornell Small Farms Program, and other Cornell Cooperative Extension and faculty experts testified during a recent New York State Senate hearing about opportunities to diversify agriculture and address food justice.
https://cals.cornell.edu/news/cornell-experts-advocate-ag-diversity-food-security

Joyce G. Chery, new asst. prof. in the Plant Biology Section of our School of Integrative Plant Science, has joined CALS...
04/20/2021

Joyce G. Chery, new asst. prof. in the Plant Biology Section of our School of Integrative Plant Science, has joined CALS to investigate the evolution of woody vines, or lianas, which she refers to as “the boa constrictors of the plant kingdom.” Welcome! https://cals.cornell.edu/news/meet-our-faculty-joyce-g-chery

Joyce G. Chery, new asst. prof. in the Plant Biology Section of our School of Integrative Plant Science, has joined CALS to investigate the evolution of woody vines, or lianas, which she refers to as “the boa constrictors of the plant kingdom.” Welcome! https://cals.cornell.edu/news/meet-our-faculty-joyce-g-chery

Welcome to CALS, Lori! Professor Huberman joined the Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section of our School of ...
04/20/2021

Welcome to CALS, Lori! Professor Huberman joined the Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section of our School of Integrative Plant Science as an assistant professor, to research the way fungi sense & respond to their environment. Learn more: https://cals.cornell.edu/news/meet-our-faculty-lori-huberman

Welcome to CALS, Lori! Professor Huberman joined the Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section of our School of Integrative Plant Science as an assistant professor, to research the way fungi sense & respond to their environment. Learn more: https://cals.cornell.edu/news/meet-our-faculty-lori-huberman

CALS alumna Veer Vekaria ’19 shares his experience with the early days of the pandemic while working at Weill Cornell Me...
04/19/2021
Veer Vekaria ’19: Embracing life-long learning in the medical field

CALS alumna Veer Vekaria ’19 shares his experience with the early days of the pandemic while working at Weill Cornell Medicine:

"As a health informaticist, my colleagues and I were tasked with profiling some of the early data on COVID hospital admissions, and seeing the rows of data increase every day illustrated how devastating the impact was going to be early on. But there’s a different, more tangible sense of urgency when you start to see physician colleagues absent from meetings because they are now working full time on the front line. That was when the seriousness of what was happening hit home for me."

April 6, 2021 | By Jenny Stockdale Share Neurobiology and Behavior Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management Health + Nutrition Medicine Biology Veer Vekaria ’19 is a research collaborator in the Division of Health Informatics at Weill Cornell Medicine and a first-year medical st...

You’ve heard of Bon Appétit and Saveur, Cook’s Illustrated and Vegetarian Times. But what about Crème de Cornell? With t...
04/16/2021
In Good Taste: Crème de Cornell

You’ve heard of Bon Appétit and Saveur, Cook’s Illustrated and Vegetarian Times. But what about Crème de Cornell? With tempting recipes and sleek design, Cornell’s student-run food magazine celebrates a festival of flavors.

For the past decade, Big Red foodies have been cooking up an increasingly impressive online magazine — featuring recipes, essays, travelogues, photography, illustrations, and more. And in the COVID era, the epub has only gained in popularity, as limitations on restaurant meals and other outings ha...

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TODAY! Feb 24th Free Online Lecture "When & When NOT to Till: On-Farm Research with Helen Atthowe" We will learn from Helen what tillage and minimum tillage does to the soil microbial community, specific soil microbe groups, and our habitat for predators and parasites. She will discuss the best and worst time to till, as well as how adding high carbon organic matter and leaving a living root in the soil year-round help to mitigate the effects of tillage. The term “weeds” will be redefined and with it the management of plant competition in our minimum and no-tillage farm system. For event details & Eventbrite link can be found at https://fb.me/e/2cTFBzWef Please register for FREE with Eventbrite! **** Also, please ensure to pre-register with Zoom BEFORE THE EVENT STARTS (click on the 'View the Event' link in your Eventbrite confirmation email & complete the zoom registration form)! **** We do not ask for your credit card information! Please see our phishing warning at https://www.facebook.com/ACPBS/posts/474749437268846 If you a first-time-registrant, please review our TechHelp video at https://youtu.be/C2nWRD1yYZ8 Make sure to follow us on Eventbrite to get email notifications for future sessions! Please find the 'Ten Principles for Managing Ecological Relationships on Eco-Organic Farms' by Carl Rosato and Helen Atthowe in our Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/ACPBS under "Files" 🌱🐛🦋🐞🐜🐍🐁🐈🦉🌳💚 We have added a 2020 podcast with Helen to our playlist on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYbCy8QcUMNE-7iopy5bUtuPLyzMyvzp_
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Hello! We at VOHA, Cornell’s Veterinary One Health Association, are holding our annual One Health Symposium virtually via Zoom, on January 30th, 2021! Even though we are unable to meet in person this year, the recent pandemic has truly demonstrated to us how crucial it is that all walks of aspiring healthcare professionals, such as veterinary, medical, and public health students, and working professionals alike, adopt an interdisciplinary approach to understanding how to address the challenges surrounding animal, human, and environmental health. Our symposium will have four talks centered on One Toxicology, Antimicrobial Resistance, Comparative Medicine, and Transboundary Diseases, along with three workshops addressing Public Health Communication Strategies, Policy Writing and Engagement, and Systems Thinking for Public Health Solutions; each will be presented by a professional in that niche field - all of whom we are extremely excited to welcome and learn from! Please check out the links down below for more details on how to attend and get involved! Link to our One Health Symposium page: https://www.facebook.com/onehealthcornell Link to our event page that includes instructions on how to register for the symposium: https://www.facebook.com/events/401755097910149 We look forward to having you at our symposium!
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