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TOP FUNDRAISING NEEDS
Our goal is to raise an endowment of at least one million dollars for the following:
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
An institutional postdoctoral fellowship program would bring extraordinary young scientists to Cornell. One of the best ways to jumpstart a new faculty member’s career is to enable them to hire postdoctoral fellows and research associates.
RESEARCH LAB EQUIPMENT, RENOVATIONS, AND MAINTENANCE
Doing science that matters means having access to state-of-the-art equipment. Some of that equipment will be provided as part of the start-up packages needed to attract the best faculty and the rest will have to come from grants and contracts, industry investment, and donations. Your gift will help ensure that we can facilitate the research needs of our new faculty through modern, well-equipped laboratories and highly trained staff.
UNDERGRADUATE FIELD TRAINING SUPPORT
For many of us, a field experience as an undergraduate was the transformative and defining experience of our undergraduate careers. Today’s students, many of whom attend Cornell with financial aid, find field programs to be an increasingly difficult challenge because of the double hit of expense of the field program and lost income from summer employment. If we are to maintain this transformative experience for our undergraduates, EAS will need help to subsidize students without sufficient funding.
COMPUTER LAB SUPPORT
For both atmospheric scientists and many solid earth scientists, the computer is their laboratory. New equipment must be purchased every few years as data sets continue to explode in size.