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Amplify Your Research

Part of Cornell's mission as a land grant institution is sharing research with the public to inform policy and support change.

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Social Media

Contact the CCSS if you would like us to draw more attention to your findings and publications through our CCSS social media accounts.

Media Relations

In addition to the communications staff in your college or school, Cornell's Media Relations works across the university to connect faculty experts and thought leaders with print, broadcast, and digital media. If you are interested in pitching your expertise or have questions about media outreach and engagement, please contact them via email, mediarelations@cornell.edu, or call 607-255-6074.

Broadcast Studios and Media Training

The Cornell Broadcast Studios offer live broadcast-quality audio and video via a wide range of delivery options—including most web-based platforms—at no cost to television and radio networks interviewing Cornell University faculty, students, and staff. Our staff can also provide media training for print, radio, and TV interviews. Contact Glen Palmer, Director of Cornell Broadcast Studios, for more information on learning interviewing tech.

Publishing Workshops

Cornell's Office of Faculty Development and Diversity regularly holds workshops on publishing in a variety of venues, as well as workshops on other current issues for faculty.