, Town-gown awards honor food-related community partnerships, TheCircularEconomy.com

Town-gown awards honor food-related community partnerships

, Town-gown awards honor food-related community partnerships, TheCircularEconomy.comThree community organizations dedicated to food research and security and agricultural justice were honored by Cornell for their campus-community partnerships in 2022.  The 12th annual Cornell Town-Gown Awards – also known as the TOGOs – celebrated cooperation between the university and the greater Ithaca community at a virtual ceremony held Nov. 19. Joel M. Malina, Cornell’s vice president for university relations, hosted the event.  Speaking at the awards ceremony, Cornell President Martha E. Pollack offered her thanks and discussed the importance of community-campus partnerships.  “One of the things I love about Cornell is that even though we’re Ivy League, we’re never ivory tower,” Pollack said. “Our community is deeply connected with the communities around us. Cornell and local communities aren’t just shared – we continually shape each other in ways that make both of us stronger.”

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