343 projects


The Cultural Triangle is the most significant cluster of cultural institutions in Brooklyn. These include the Brooklyn Museum, The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Brooklyn Library and Prospect Park.


The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences annually organizes teaching workshops to provide new ideas for faculty members to enhance the learning experiences of students as they prepare to become leaders in society.


This project is being developed to bring newly developed methods of garden archaeology to a site excavated at Pompeii in the early 19th century before modern recording methods were developed.

2016 to 2020

Under this activity, I will work with a panel of scientists appointed by the Secretary General of the United Nations to monitor the achievement of global goals of sustainable development and the lessons that can be drawn for policies worldwide


Through interviews with farmers and agricultural service providers, and other community and economic development organizations, The Our Farms, Our Stories Project sought to better understand and communicate the needs and opportunities of Tioga County's farms and farmers, particularly in the context of broader community and economic develompent.

2016 to 2017

The website provides knowledge about poverty risk for the individual, and for individuals in other categories of risk. This permits individuals to know their risk in comparison to others. The website has been viewed 758,000 times as of February 12, 2017


The project seeks to understand the determinants and dynamics of rural to urban migration in contemporary Ethiopia.

2016 to 2019

The comparative study is to see how American historical archaeologists have studied religious sites and sacred sites.
It is to investigate how the study, research questions, and interpretations of religious sites and sacred sites has changed over the last century.

2015 to 2018

Researchers in the behavioral biomarkers project are developing software techniques to combine and transform data streams from mobile tracking devices into clinically meaningful, actionable and personalized indicators of an individual's health.


An on-farm IPM (integrated pest management) education program was initiated with field corn and alfalfa farmers to teach sound pest and crop management decision-making and to improve farm profitability while protecting the environment. Extension efforts of the Livestock and Field Crops Team of the NYS IPM Program focus on the use of on-farm education in small learning groups. These groups, were called Pest, Production and Profit (Triple P) teams met at local farms once a month basis over the course of the growing season.