House Fellows are active community members affiliated with a specific House in the West Campus House System. House Fellows contribute to the intellectual and social life of the House through programs, activities, discussions, screenings, workshops, arts events, etc.
Research in the Alabi lab seeks to understand how the composition and sequence of a macromolecular chain affects its chemical and biological properties with an eye towards engineering effective and affordable biomolecular therapeutics.
Chris is an agricultural and development economist, the Stephen B. and Janice G. Ashley Professor of Applied Economics and Management, and an International Professor of Agriculture, at the Charles H.
The garden’s natural areas program stewards 3,600 acres of biologically diverse nature preserves, representing nearly all the natural community types and rarest plant habitats in the central Finger Lakes region.
Garrick Blalock is an associate professor in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management where he teaches managerial economics and firm strategy. His research interest is technology adoption in emerging markets.
Kate Bronfenbrenner is the Director of Labor Education Research and a Senior Lecturer at Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations where she does teaching and research on labor, race, and gender, and union and employer strategi
Angela received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Washington in 1989. She is the founding director of the Labor Law Clinic and teaches Labor Law, Practice and Policy as well as related courses.
Christa Downey is inspired by people who pursue their passions through work, service, and hobbies, and is passionate about helping others find ways to connect their strengths and interests through unique opportunities.
Mike Fontaine wears two hats at Cornell, which he joined in 2004. As a Professor of Classics (the fancy name for the study of ancient Greece and Rome), he investigates Latin literature from ancient Rome through the Renaissance.
I am a chemical ecologist whose research focuses on the mechanisms, ecological consequences, and the evolution of plant-induced responses to herbivore damage. Conceptually, I study plant secondary metabolism as a vehicle of information transfer.
Judge Scott Miller is a New York State judge and the senior presiding judge of the Tompkins County Court. He also serves as Acting County Court Judge of the Tompkins County Court. Judge Miller presides over trial level criminal and civil matters.
Sean is a professor in the Department of Policy Analysis & Management (PAM) at Cornell University, the Director of the Sloan Program in Health Administration, and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Mary George Opperman is president of The Opperman Consulting Group, which provides organizational assessments, individual coaching and advising, and a variety of other HR services and assistance.
Professor Roberts is the Richard J. Schwartz Professor of Government. He teaches comparative and Latin American politics, with an emphasis on party systems, populism, social movements, and the politics of inequality. He obtained his Ph.D.
Daniel R. Schwarz is Frederic J. Whiton Professor of English Literature and Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow at Cornell University, where he has taught since 1968. He is a renowned teacher, scholar, and public intellectual.
Andy is the Executive Director of the Finger Lakes Land Trust - an Ithaca-based non-profit conservation organization that works cooperatively with landowners and local communities to permanently protect undeveloped lands that are important to the