Knowledge with a public purpose
Did you know?
CALS isn’t your typical ag and life sciences school. It’s also home to Cornell’s departments of communication and landscape architecture, as well as the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
Research done at CALS has real world impact. Our scientists are helping to stop a spreading wheat disease that could devastate world food supplies.
Far above Cayuga’s waters, from all around the world. CALS students hail from all 50 U.S. states, two U.S. territories and more than 35 different countries.
CALS students like to get their hands dirty. Over 90% of CALS undergraduates take advantage of opportunities to do hands-on research and internships in the lab and in the field.