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Heterodox Academy

Cornell
University

Cornell University

Our HxA Campus Community aims to build trust and social capital among heterodox thinkers at Cornell University and by promoting heterodoxy in academia.

The HxA Campus Community at Cornell University is open to faculty, students, staff, and alumni. We share with HxA the core values of open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement. We also encourage all of our members to follow the HxA Way in their professional interactions and when participating in our events. Our goal is to grow our community through hosting and co-sponsoring thought-provoking events on campus.

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Cornell

Do you believe in open inquiry? A group of courageous professors and students have come together on the Cornell campus because they believe in open inquiry, too. Will you help them? Your donation will help the HxA Campus Community at Cornell put on events that support the cause of open inquiry. As a supporter, you will receive invitations to HxA campus events, and updates on HxA activities on your campus and on other campuses all around the country.

Campus Co-Chairs

Meet the leaders building the Cornell University Campus Community

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Randy Wayne

Associate Professor, School of Integrative Plant Science Plant Biology
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Stephen Garvey

A. Robert Noll Professor of Law
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Daniel Sabey

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Your generosity supports our non-partisan efforts to advance the principles of open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement to improve higher education and academic research.

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