Located in the Finger Lakes region of New York State, Cornell University is committed to creating a more diverse and inclusive campus in which to work, study, teach and serve.
As you consider a career with Cornell University, we think that you will find the College of Human Ecology (CHE) to be an exciting environment that offers a wide variety of opportunities and encourages development and advancement.
Concern for the human condition is at the heart of every activity the college undertakes. This commitment has grown out of the origins of the college and will continue to shape its future. Read more about our history here.
The Human Resources team exists to support the College’s commitment to innovative research and educational programs that serve individuals, families and communities. We do this through the recruitment of stellar talent, the creation and sustainability of a culture of excellence, and the promotion and celebration of the diversity that each individual brings.
Find out more using the following links:
- Contact Us – who's who at the College’s Human Resources office.
- Diversity Plan – our vision for strengthening and supporting the diversity and inclusivity of our community. The CHE community may also download the 2005 Human Ecology Diversity Report and Executive Summary.
- Working at CHE – jobs, benefit details and guidance for prospective staff, faculty and researchers.