Job Opportunities

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology offers many opportunities for students, professionals, and volunteers.

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Job Openings at the Cornell Lab

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is the world's leading resource for conservation, research, education, and citizen science focused on birds. The Lab is a vibrant unit within Cornell's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), where twelve world-class, mission-driven programs are directed by full-time faculty and other renowned professionals. Lab staff teach undergraduate courses, advise graduate students, collect and disseminate world-famous digital resources on biodiversity, and engage with partner organizations and citizens around the world to conduct scientific research and conservation actions. Our management and staff are committed to the highest standards of ethics and excellence in all areas of our work, and our Board leadership includes faculty from Cornell and other universities, successful entrepreneurs and managers from the business and non-profit sectors, and conservation-minded citizens from the United States and beyond.

To apply for the positions below, please refer to the Jobs at Cornell website unless otherwise specified. For more information on the positions listed below, please contact Sue Taggart; (607) 254-2470.

For more jobs in ornithology, see listings from the Ornithological Societies of North America.

eBird Project Coordinator

The Information Science Program is currently seeking an eBird Project Coordinator. Specific duties include:

  • Collaborate with diverse eBird team of project staff, application developers, designers, and scientists to lead and grow the global eBird project.
  • Coordinate global community engagement and outreach; increase participation, focusing on improving data volume and quality.
  • Develop, manage, and maintain a global network of hundreds of volunteers across a broad spectrum of eBird activities from outreach and engagement with a particular focus of on eBird’s network of more than 1500 international data quality reviewers.
  • Build the international collaborations and partnerships required to make the project a global success.
  • Serve as non-technical lead for testing application development working with global user community to projects work across wide variety of web and mobile platforms across many languages.
  • Create data products that deliver eBird data in useful ways to thousands of researchers and conservation practitioners, as well as monitoring overall data use.
  • Assist academic team members and PI’s with publishing key findings in popular literature and peer-reviewed literature.
  • Develop the political skills to negotiate with international partners.
  • Assist with preparation and submission of proposals to secure additional program funding.
  • Seek out and develop program funding opportunities.
  • Collaborate with Cornell students and outside contractors to meet goals and objectives for eBird.

This position requires extensive international and domestic travel to cultivate and develop international partnerships.

Annual term appointment with possible renewal based on performance and available funding.

Applicants to provide cover letter, resume, contact information for 3 references.

This position is based in Ithaca, New York.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree; more than 2 years’ experience or equivalent.
  • Deep understanding of birds and bird distribution.
  • Proven skills in project management and coordination are essential, along with excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Familiarity and proficiency with the Internet and content management systems is critical, along with a strong interest in using the Web as a tool to conduct research, engage and educate the public.
  • Mastery of common computer skills including word, email, and excel.
  • Prior knowledge of social media outlets.
  • Strong communication skills (written and oral) to clearly articulate vision and plans, and provide instruction effectively to all levels of management, staff, new partners, funding agencies, eBird users, and visitors are critical.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of management and staff internally and externally. 
  • Candidate will value teamwork and be able to stimulate cooperation between all employees and partners.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • High level of integrity and dependability with a strong sense of urgency and results-orientation.
  • Provide high level of initiative to anticipate needs of the project and fulfill project objectives with very minimal supervision.
  • Ability to prioritize activities and multitask is essential.
  • Ability to travel internationally when necessary; must obtain and maintain valid passport.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Proficiency in Spanish or Portuguese.
  • Experience with GIS software.
  • At least two years’ experience using eBird and eBird Review tools strongly preferred.
  • Experience with WordPress, SQL helpful.

Visa Sponsorship is not available for this position; not eligible to apply.

Applications Developer

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is seeking a motivated and creative Applications Developer to join our team in creating interactive websites to improve the understanding and protection of birds and nature. Duties include:

  • Work with our team of designers, educators, and scientists to develop websites and interactive online tools for engaging the public in science and supporting conservation. More than 16 million people each year visit our Webby-award-winning site, AllAboutBirds.org, and 1.2 million people view our live Bird Cams.
  • Help advance new tools for understanding and exploring information about birds, including a new project to enable the public to collaborate with scientists in research investigations using live and archived cam footage.
  • Work with the Bird Cams team to conceptualize, research, develop, launch, and update interactive tools by adapting and building upon existing software when possible. Components include login systems and the ability to track user activity; developing functionalities for users to annotate live and archived video data; and offering data visualization and exploration tools.
  • Collaborate with database manager to ensure seamless collection, archiving, and access to data.
  • Work with the designer to implement/update designs in WordPress sites.
  • Perform quality assurance based on existing procedures or project requirements.
  • Ensure cross-browser compatibility and mobile optimization for all projects.
  • Develop and implement DevOps scripts and procedures to increase deployment efficiency and consistency between server environments.
  • Create and maintain a consistent business layer standard so various Lab applications can share data and communicate with each other.
  • Experiment with hybrid app development.
  • Evaluate and recommend new technologies and techniques.
Annual term appointment with possibility of renewal based upon performance and available funding.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree with 3-5 years relevant education or equivalent experience.
  • A thorough understanding of object-oriented programming and web applications is essential, as well as experience with the complete software development lifecycle.
  • Demonstrable experience in the following areas: 1) web application development using Asp.net, C#, Ruby, php, and other languages and frameworks; 2) interactive client-side website development – JavaScript, jQuery, AngularJS, HTML5/CSS; bootstrap or other responsive front-end frameworks, browser compatibility issues; 3) database-driven application development - MSSQL; object-relational mapping tools.
  • Good interpersonal skills and diplomacy required with a variety of domain experts, as well as the ability to help establish realistic goals and deliver work on schedule.
  • Must be self-motivated and able to work independently, and be equally capable of working with the supervisor to prioritize projects and to regularly communicate status and progress.
  • Ability to customize and maintain content management systems such as WordPress and Drupal, and experience in syndicating content to other websites with XML/APIs, etc.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master's degree in computer or information science.
  • Previous experience with content management systems and fundraising platforms such as Engaging Networks.
  • Experience in fundraising, advocacy, or marketing is highly desirable.
  • Familiarity with Adobe Photoshop is a plus.
  • Experience with Java, Oracle SQL, RESTful API, Ruby on Rails.
  • Prior experience working on computer software and collaborating with a team of programmers on software projects.
  • Proven experience writing application requirements, architecting applications, and documenting code.
  • Experience working as part of a team.
  • Experience with search engine optimization, website analytics, and optimizing content for mobile devices.
  • Passion for conservation, nature, wildlife, and non-profit mission is desirable.
Applicants to provide cover letter, resume, contact information for 3 references. Visa Sponsorship is not available for this position; not eligible to apply. Relocation assistance is not provided for this position.

Bird Academy Course Developer

The Lab of Ornithology is currently seeking a Bird Academy Course Developer. Specific duties include:

  • Play a key role in the Lab’s mission to interpret and conserve the earth’s biological diversity through research, education, and citizen science focused on birds by developing engaging content for online courses, quizzes, and interactive content.
  • Use expertise in education and instructional design skills to foster public engagement and outreach through the Bird Academy project at academy.allaboutbirds.org.
  • Provide authoritative and accessible information about birds to the public by working with content experts to develop courses and content for the Bird Academy educational platform.
  • Incorporate knowledge of effective teaching strategies into online content.
  • Deliver clearly written material and high-quality multimedia to support the learning goals of each product.
  • Use project management skills to meet production schedule.

Annual term appointment with possibility of renewal based on performance and availability of funding.

Applicants to provide cover letter, resume, contact information for 3 references.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in biology, environmental science, communication, education, or related field or other formal training of 4 years.
  • Strong background in instructional design, curriculum development, science outreach, or equivalent experience.
  • Experience with teaching, natural history interpretation, or in science communication.
  • Ability to meet deadlines is essential.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and media manipulation (photos, audio, video).
  • Proven ability to work in a team environment where cooperation between colleagues and flexibility to different styles and approaches is required.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience developing web-based courses.
  • Proficiency with Adobe Creative Cloud products for manipulating media assets.
  • Experience in providing scientific content to the general public on the Web is helpful, as is experience in multimedia production (photography, videography, and basic photo and video editing).
  • Some experience with bird identification.

Visa sponsorship is not available for this position; not eligible to apply.

Relocation assistance is not provided for this position.

Digital Publications Marketing Manager

The Lab of Ornithology is currently seeking a Digital Publications Marketing Manager. Specific duties include:

  • Development and administration of successful marketing/sales campaigns for the Information Science & Technology Department's (IS&T) digital publications including pricing strategies.
  • Strategize about how our services fit together from a marketing perspective and develop the best packages for prospective customers.
  • Collaborate with digital publications editors to identify and actively solicit potential customers from the academic library, federal agency and non-governmental organization markets.
  • Increase number of individual subscriptions base in the public sector and identify and develop subscription-based initiatives with marketing partners.
  • Market IS&T’s existing digital assets (such as eBird and the Macaulay Library media collection) in novel ways to provide site-specific content for potential customers, including government agencies, protected areas shareholders, and private businesses.
  • Partner with the director, assistant director, project managers and technical staff of IS&T to understand the features and intricacies of the products/services.
  • Identify potential customers/clients from the academic, not-for-profit, and public sectors, and close sales.
  • Provide regular market perception/feedback to director and assistant director of IS&T.
  • Provide customer service support for both Institutional and retail subscribers.

This is a 2-year term appointment with potential renewal.

Applicants to provide cover letter, resume, contact information for 3 references.

Required Qualifications:

  • BA/BS in Marketing, communication, business or related disciplines; 5-7 years equivalent work experience in an academic library, scholarly publishing, or conservation environment.
  • Excellent interpersonal, and negotiation skills required.
  • Excellent customer service skills and demonstrated ability to communicate with a broad range of people is essential.
  • Ability to interact with all levels of internal and external customers.
  • Familiarity with market research techniques and experience developing/implementing product marketing strategies.
  • Successful history of closing sales.
  • Solid execution skills with proven skills in project management and coordination.
  • Able to work quickly and effectively under pressure, use judgment in accomplishing tasks that are urgent; balance conflicting priorities, and make decisions from a range of choices.
  • Strong working knowledge of information technologies, both hardware and software. Prior knowledge of birds and bird behavior.
  • Must be interested in and willing to “talk birding” with clients and customers.
  • Must be able to work independently.
  • Flexible and open to change, focused and driven.
  • Able to change direction quickly.
  • Must have the ability to multi-task and prioritize.
  • Ability to work well with others while creating a high-quality and respectful work environment.
  • Must be willing to travel occasionally.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with the Non-governmental Organizations (NGO) and not-for-profit markets strongly preferred.
  • Experience with digital publications and e-commerce preferred, and prior experience in contract negotiation helpful.

Visa Sponsorship is not available for this position; not eligible to apply.

Relocation assistance is not provided for this position.

Media Editor

The Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology is seeking a Media Editor with expertise in video and birds to join a team that will gather and archive video from contributors across the globe.

Multimedia Editing:

  • Create short video productions focused on natural history, identification, and other topics related to the mission of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, optimized to increase engagement through social media and other online channels.
  • Edit short videos to showcase bird behaviors in reference collections, including the Birds of North America, Bird Academy, and All About Birds.

Collections Management:

  • Lead an effort to define and implement a workflow and protocols for archiving video material collected by the Lab’s Multimedia department and by external video contributors.

Collections Development:

  • Seek new video collections and build partnerships with the goal of acquiring videos of all the birds of the world and other taxa, thereby expanding the breadth and depth of the collection.

Annual term appointment with possible renewal based on performance and available funding. Based in Ithaca, New York.

Applicants to provide cover letter, resume, contact information for 3 references.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent; less than 5 years experience with current video production technology and practices.
  • Experience with Adobe Premiere and Audition, Avid Media Composer, and/or other digital editing software.
  • Academic coursework or formal training in biology, ecology and/or environmental science. Knowledge of bird species and ability to identify birds using reference material.
  • Mastery of standard office management software (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc).
  • Able to work collaboratively to set priorities and manage projects.
  • Able to work quickly and effectively under clear timelines, use judgment in accomplishing tasks that are urgent or of a sensitive nature; balance conflicting priorities, and make decisions from a range of choices.
  • Comfortable working in an environment where change in process, procedures, and priorities is the norm.
  • Must have ability to obtain and maintain a valid passport and driver’s license.
  • Ability to travel to remote field locations when necessary.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate or post-graduate degree in media production.
  • Practical employment experience in digital video production, with an emphasis in science and natural history, information gathering, storytelling or reporting.
  • Practical field experience filming natural history or birds.
  • Familiarity with digital and tape based post-production workflows, including media compression.
  • Working knowledge of color correction software (such as Resolve), codecs, transcoding, and extracting embedded data.
  • Experience with narrative story editing for general audiences.
  • Advanced academic coursework in biology and environmental sciences.
  • Written and verbal fluency in Spanish and/or Portuguese.

Visa Sponsorship is not available for this position; not eligible to apply.

Relocation assistance is not provided for this position.

Postdoctoral Associate, Bioacoustics

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is currently seeking an Early Career Scientist--Postdoctoral Associate.

This position will contribute to the Cornell Lab’s efforts to build detection and classification models that accurately identify a wide variety of bird vocalizations in challenging acoustic environments (for more information visit birdnet.cornell.edu). Collaborate with computer scientists, acoustic engineers, analysts, and ecologists to tackle two primary challenges: 1) reliably detect the occurrence of a bird vocalization in a continuous audio stream at varying background noise conditions; and 2) correctly classify these calls, which may come from a large number of different species (sometimes several hundred), to the species level.

Required Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. in engineering, computer science, or related field, with particular focus in deep learning or signal processing.
  • Demonstrated experience in algorithm development and structured programming ability.
  • Experience in scientific programming and the generation of highly complex computer code in Python or Matlab.
  • Experience developing software tools and algorithms to process acoustics data and applying signal and image processing techniques and theory to visual and acoustic pattern recognition problems required.
  • Ability to collaborate and conduct research, from conception to completion.
  • Must have the ability to develop innovative technical solutions.
  • Ability to work effectively both in a team and independently.
  • Must have strong communication skills, efficient scientific writing capability, and be proficient in spoken and written English.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience in acoustic ecology will be advantageous.
  • Experience in literature review and publishing scientific papers.
  • Experience with grant writing and budget development helpful.
  • Hands-on experience with deep learning tools such as TensorFlow, Caffe, Theano or Torch.
  • Experience developing embedded applications and/or large scale data systems.
  • Knowledge of software analytical and statistical tools, as well as general tools for graphing and figure drawing.
  • Experience with gcc, GNU Make, autotools, and shell scripting.
  • Some experience with Apache and nginx configuration.
  • Knowledge of web technologies such as Django, Javascript, jquery, HTML and API design is a plus.
  • To Apply: The application package consists of a cover letter, CV, and three references letters. Applicants must have received their Ph.D. before beginning their postdoctoral appointment at Cornell but may apply during the final year of their Ph.D. program. Application materials should be sent to Academic Jobs Online at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11510. Applications will be accepted until September 30, 2018. The selection committee is chaired by Holger Klinck (hk829@cornell.edu), Senior Research Associate and Director for the Bioacoustics Research Program.

Fall 2018

Feature Writing Assistant, BirdSleuth

BirdSleuth is a science curriculum resource, developed and distributed by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, aimed at engaging students in their own scientific research. BirdSleuth is seeking a motivated and creative feature writing assistant who will help us identify publications targeting the middle-school-level education community, and work with BirdSleuth educators to develop, pitch, and write full-length articles featuring the accomplishments and achievements of teachers and classrooms using the BirdSleuth program. Additionally, the assistant will have the opportunity to write regular short articles for the website, as well as BirdSleuth-themed articles for in-house publications produced and distributed by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. The assistant will be asked to edit other copy as needed.

Depending on your skills and interests, you may be asked to assist with special projects, such as designing and preparing newsletters, creating website content, and developing flyers, displays and brochures, and news releases.

This position is a paid, part-time appointment (Federal Work Study required for wages; position available on unpaid basis as well) that will provide an opportunity to learn about nonprofit organizations, careers in feature writing, and partnership building. You will be expected to work eight hours per week, but there may be an opportunity for more hours. A flexible work schedule is possible, though generally Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. A free shuttle travels between Corson-Mudd on the Cornell campus and the Lab many times a day, and there is a bus top in front of the building. Ample free parking is also available.

Required Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of best practices in feature writing
  • Some feature writing/journalism coursework
  • Strong interest in helping to expand the reach of an educational program
  • Excellent organization skills
  • Strong written communication
  • Self- motivated, strong work ethic
  • Attention to detail
  • Dependable

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Scientific literacy and interest in birds or life sciences
  • Previous feature writing experience
  • Junior, Senior, or Graduate Student status

Applications will be accepted through Friday, August 31, 2018. This internship is available for Fall 2018, with possibility of continuance into the spring 2019 semester. To apply, please send a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications for this internship, along with your resume and the contact information for at least two references to Jacqueline Kennedy at rk323@cornell.edu. Visit birdsleuth.net for more information about the program.

Student Assistant

All About Birds is an award-winning website by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology with 13 million visitors each year. Join the All About Birds team to assist with creating and managing website content. The assistant will research life history features of North American birds using the Birds of North America. The assistant will compile basic information such as clutch size, incubation period, and other relevant tidbits. Additional duties as assigned may include writing content to help users identify birds, creating image galleries, editing content, creating and monitoring Facebook and Instagram posts, working with staff at Macaulay Library to create additional photo galleries, cropping images, and entering data into the Lab's content management system.

Must be detail oriented and able to work both independently and as part of a team. Familiarity with Photoshop and strong identification skills for North American bird species a plus. Must be a Cornell student.

To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and names and contact information for three references to Hugh Powell, hdp8@cornell.edu.

Work Schedule: 5-10 hours per week September 2018–December 2018. Hours and dates of employment are flexible. 1-2 positions available. Wage: $12.00 hr. Employment Start Date: 9/3/2018. Employment End Date: 12/21/2018.

Year Round

Kristen Rupert and John Foote Undergraduate Research Fund

Recipients of Rupert/Foote funding engage in paid semester or summer opportunities in collaboration with a Cornell Lab of Ornithology faculty or staff member. This fund is specifically designed to promote cross-disciplinary study at the University, particularly by Cornell students whose interests and majors fall outside the traditional realms of ornithological research. Examples might include a mechanical engineering major who helps design a bird recording device, an English major who writes articles for our website, a computer science major who creates an algorithm for our bird ID app, or an art major who draws images for our outreach publications. Nominations for this program are initiated by a Lab faculty or staff member. Students interested in this program should discuss it with their Lab-based mentor or supervisor or contact Myrah Bridwell at mb252@cornell.edu. Nominations are considered on a rolling basis throughout the year.

Francis M. Peacock Scholarship

The Francis M. Peacock Scholarship for Native Bird Habitat provides financial aid to students studying areas in the United States that provide winter or summer habitat for our threatened or endangered native birds. Typically, the Scholarship awards $4,500 annually to one scholar. In special instances, because of two unusually qualified candidates or two candidates working on one project, the award may be divided between two candidates. College seniors or graduate students enrolled in a US-based institution are eligible to apply. The award is given by the Garden Club of America and is administered by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Applications must be submitted by January 15 preceding the proposed period of study. For more information, see the proposal guidelines.

Other funding opportunities for Cornell undergraduates

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology manages a number of additional funds that support undergraduate student research, semester and summer jobs, expeditions, and activities that align with the Cornell Lab’s broad mission. The Lab currently does not have funds to support University financial aid or similar tuition scholarships to individuals, and most of these opportunities are limited to Cornell undergraduates who are in good academic standing. To initiate a conversation about these funding opportunities, students or their advisor/mentor should obtain our simple funding request form by emailing Myrah Bridwell at mb252@cornell.edu.

Summer

Research and Outreach Assistant, Bird Cams

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Bird Cams stream live, close-up views of birds from across the hemisphere at AllAboutBirds.org/cams. Millions of people have watched these cams which have built up an avid online community of people curious about birds, ecology, and bird behavior. We are seeking a research and outreach assistant to join our team this summer. Examples of outreach duties include watching cam footage and selecting, formatting and interpreting multimedia to share with viewers on the website or in social media; responding to viewer questions by email, social media, and online forums; and generating FAQs. Examples of research activities include watching and annotating footage for scientific studies, assisting with data summaries or analysis, and researching the primary literature to inform new studies.

Special Requirements: Strong interest in birds and general knowledge of animal behavior. Excellent skills in communicating science concepts to the general public and/or conducting scientific research through exploration of the primary literature and processing and summarizing data. Must be a Cornell student.

Work Schedule: 20 hours per week June–August 2018. Hours and dates of employment are flexible.

Wage: $12.00

To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and names and contact information for 3 references to Charles Eldermire, cre9@cornell.edu.

Summer Student Assistant

All About Birds is an award-winning website by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology with 12 million visitors each year. Join the All About Birds team to assist with creating and managing website content. The assistant will create photo and video galleries for North American bird species and write captions for each asset to help users with bird identification. Duties also include researching life history features of North American birds and writing descriptions of life history features. Additional duties as assigned may include editing content, creating and monitoring Facebook and Instagram posts, working with staff at Macaulay Library to create additional photo galleries, cropping images, and entering data into the Lab's content management system. Applicant should have strong identification skills for North American bird species. Must be detailed oriented and able to work independently and as part of a team. Familiarity with Photoshop a plus. Must be a Cornell student. Dates of employment: June–August 2018, 30–40 hours a week, but hours and dates of employment are flexible. Pay: $12/hour. To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and names and contact information for 3 references to Kathi Borgmann, klb274@cornell.edu

Philip H. Bartels ’71 Scholars

Two Bartels Scholars are appointed annually to engage in a paid, eight-week summer opportunity. This opportunity is open to Cornell undergraduates who would conduct the proposed project during the summer in collaboration with a Cornell Lab of Ornithology faculty or staff member. Although Bartels Scholars most commonly focus on research, any Lab-related activity may be appropriate. Nominations for Bartels scholars are initiated by a Lab faculty or staff member. Students interested in this opportunity should discuss it with their Lab-based mentor or supervisor or contact Myrah Bridwell at mb252@cornell.edu. Nominations for the forthcoming summer should be submitted by March 31.

Volunteers

We are looking for volunteers of all ability levels to assist with the programs and operations of the Visitor Center. If you love birds and want to be around others who share your interests, you are invited to join our new Visitor Center volunteer corps!

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology, housed at the Imogene Powers Johnson Center for Birds and Biodiversity, offers opportunities for visitors to connect with the Lab and learn about its mission to interpret and conserve the earth's biological diversity. Birders, school classes, families, and nature lovers come to the Lab to walk the trails, watch birds, view the art, use the library, and learn from exhibits, tours, guided walks, seminars, and other types of programs.

Volunteer Opportunities
• Helping with youth education programs
• Leading guided tours
• Assisting with outreach efforts
• Helping out in the Adelson Library

Requirements
• Attend initial information session
• Complete the training for a specific volunteer appointment
• Commit to at least five hours per month (specific time commitments vary by appointment)
• Must be 18 years of age or older

Benefits
• Complimentary Cornell Lab of Ornithology membership
• 10% discount in Wild Birds Unlimited at Sapsucker Woods store
• Program discounts
• Training and continuing education opportunities


If you are interested in volunteering at the Lab of Ornithology please contact Anne Rosenberg at baj3@cornell.edu or call 607-254-2109.

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