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Health Promoting Campus

Cornell University's commitment: People. Places. Planet.


Health Promoting Campus: People. Places. Planet.

We invite all members of the Cornell community to utilize and add to this collection of resources.

Tools you can use...


Please download Cornell's Health Promoting Campus videos and consider embedding them on your websites and sharing links to them in your communications with other Cornell staff, faculty, and students.

Cornell's Health Promoting Campus videos were produced with leadership from Jerry Deis, Digital Communications Specialist in the Division of Human Resources.

Land Acknowledgment Video

As part of our Health Promoting Campus efforts, representatives from SCL and Human Resources created a Cornell University Land Acknowledgment video that is now included in our HPC toolkit. The purpose of this video is to provide students, staff, and faculty with a modality that can be used in meetings, classes, and other venues to ensure proper pronunciation and pacing, and convey respect for the local indigenous peoples, past and present.

Special thanks go to the following SCL staff members for lending their voices in reading the Acknowledgment: Adaeze Okorie (Skorton Center), Brennan Doxtater (Cornell Health Clinical Administrative Support), Sarah Janusz (SDS),  Wahie├▒hawi (Hawi) Hall (CAPS), and Ryan Lombardi (VPSCL). Thanks also go to Jerry Deis, Digital Communications Specialist in Human Resources, for the creation of this video.

PowerPoint and Digital Media slides
People Places Planet Media Screens

Consider sharing these images celebrating our People, Places, and Planet. (CU NetID required) 
If you need slides in a specific dimension, please reach out to


Health Promoting Campus Wordmark
Cornell University staff, faculty, and students are invited to use the Health Promoting Campus wordmark on materials created to support and celebrate university events and initiatives related the wellbeing of people, places, and planet. For a print-quality version of this wordmark, please email