CPIP is supported by gifts, grants, and donations to enable us to continue our important work in teaching, researching, and public engagement. We ask that you consider supporting CPIP financially.  Click here to help facilitate your gift.

If you have any questions about making a contribution, please contact Richard Coyle, Executive Director, at rjc89@cornell.edu.  We sincerely appreciate your support.

What is infrastructure?  It is the backbone (network hub) of our community - transportation, communications, electric grid, water utilities and more. These systems are integral to the economy by providing ways for people, information, and products to move efficiently and effectively across the globe.  The Cornell Program on Infrastructure Policy (CPIP) brings together infrastructure leaders in the private, public and government sectors to improve, innovate and manage infrastructure policy.

Corporate membership is a way for your organization to build valuable relationship with the Cornell community.  Our program uniquely engages faculty from economics, engineering, business management, architecture, Cornell Tech (NYC) regional planning, and human resources management, all of whom conduct research on the future of infrastructure policy. By making gifts to CPIP, corporations strengthen their relationship with one of the world’s leading universities, gain exposure to an important source of intellectual talent, and support research in infrastructure permitting, regulating, funding, financing, and maintaining.

Benefits of Annual Corporate Membership

  • With CPIP as the hub of infrastructure activity on the Cornell campus, benefit from access to leading edge infrastructure policy research and faculty.
  • Network amongst company executives, faculty, and policymakers to encourage knowledge exchange and participate in stimulating discussions regarding current issues around infrastructure policy.
  • Attend CPIP conferences and webinars. Gain perspective and insight from faculty experts through newsletters and updates focused on current infrastructure policy issues.
  • Display your corporate logo on the CPIP website, with links to your website.

Different levels of annual corporate affiliate membership and sponsorship options are available.  Please contact Richard J. Coyle, Executive Director at rjc89@cornell.edu for further information.