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Corey Ryan Earle

Visiting Lecturer

Corey Ryan Earle

Seneca Place On The Commons, Room 305B
cre8@cornell.edu
607-254-7113

Educational Background

M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University, Higher & Postsecondary Education

B.S., Cornell University, Communication

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Overview

Corey Ryan Earle specializes in the history of Cornell University and Tompkins County, serving as a resource for departments and organizations across campus while working in Alumni Affairs & Development. Since 2011, he has taught AMST 2001: The First American University on the history of Cornell. His research interests include the impact of history and traditions in building community and sense of belonging, as well as how higher education institutions communicate their story and engage with their past, and he has written about the topic for The Chronicle of Higher Education. Corey previously served as board president of The History Center in Tompkins County.

Departments/Programs

  • American Studies Program

Publications

Earle, Corey Ryan. "Why a College Should Teach Its Own History." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 20 July 2016.

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