Writing Portfolio


Pritchard, S., Harrison, R., Domingues, A. (2020). Introduction: Climate change, coronavirus, and environmental justice. Minding Nature, 13(3), 13-17.

Pritchard, S., Harrison, R., Domingues, A. Eds. (2020). Climate change, coronavirus, and environmental justice: A collection of undergraduate creative projects. Minding Nature, 13(3), 18-53.

Harrison, R., Kinchy, A., Rabinow, L. (2017). “GE food: A changing political economy,” in The Routledge Handbook of the Political Economy of Science. Routledge.

Harrison, R. (2017). “When teaching the ‘Science & Politics of the GMO’ is itself political,” National Teaching as Research Conference Poster. Ithaca, NY.

Harrison, R. “The American Chestnut: A case study.” Presented at the National Academy of Sciences Public Interfaces of the Life Sciences Roundtable workshop, “When Science and Citizens Connect: Public Engagement on GMOs,” Washington, D.C. (Jan. 2015).


Just admit you don’t care about (Grad) student mental health | GUEST ROOMCornell Sun — 5.6.2021
Silence welcomes back two campus epidemicsInside Higher Ed — 9.13.2020
Dear Cornell, Protect your grad studentsCornell Sun — 6.26.2020
Let’s talk, Cornell. Enough with this ‘grin and bear it’ stuff | LETTER TO THE EDITORCornell Sun — 9.24.2019
Re: “What’s in your DNA?” | LETTER TO THE EDITORCornell Sun — 3.28.2019
Better milk, better you? Coca-Cola thinks soTechnoscience as if People Mattered — 4.2.2015


U.S. colleges that once championed surveillance testing are backing away, New York Times — 4.4.2022
Cornell students left ‘panicked’ and ‘frustrated’ by abrupt COVID-19 spikeInsider — 12.14.2021
Students’ creative work on climate change, COVID chosen for journalCornell Chronicle — 11.17.2020
Cornell graduate students cite concerns about reopening plansIthaca Times — 9.2.2020
Cornell is taking the GMO debate to a new level
Ecologist — 10.19.2015



Students engage in FAO biotech policy talks from Ithaca, Cornell Chronicle — 2.25.2016


New Cornell cohort enters global food security conversation, Cornell Chronicle — 11.12.2015
Access to information key to amplifying voices in developing world, Cornell Alliance for Science — 11.3.2015
Workshop brings together plant biologists & science communicators, ASPB (pg. 11) — 9.2015
Prioritizing farmer perspective: Interview with Matthew Schnurr, Cornell Alliance for Science — 4.2.2015
My challenge to redefine our dangerous use of “Pro-” and “Anti-” GMO, Genetic Literacy Project — 2.10.2015
Breaking out of the GMO Echo Chamber, Cornell Alliance for Science — 1.29.2015


Center for Food Safety urges FDA to exclude GMOs from ‘natural’, Genetic Literacy Project— 11.12.2013
“Drive to Feed” is fighting hunger with knowledge, National FFA— 11.1.2013
From 1 million to 9 billion: FFA members are feeding the world, National FFA — 11.1.2013
FFA joins other organizations for clothing drive, National FFA — 11.1.2013
Easton Corbin: Igniting the farmer in all of us, National FFA — 10.31.2013
Cows’ carbon hoofprint is smaller than thought, Cornell Chronicle — 10.2.2013
Grist vs. GM Watch: Is there a middle in the GMO debate?, Genetic Literacy Project — 8.27.2013
Philpott supports Pollan “talking points” attack on GM orange storyGenetic Literacy Project — 8.7.2013
Karsches send students to Summer College for fifth year, Cornell Chronicle — 7.23.2013
Tweeting is not revolutionary, Humphreys says
, Cornell Chronicle — 7.23.2013
New book reconsiders legal definition of corruption
, Cornell Chronicle — 7.17.2013 
Social media to help farmers deal with climate change
, Cornell Chronicle — 7.11.2013
India 2013: ReflectionBiofortified — 7.5.2013
Milking the System: India Days 5 & 6Biofortified — 7.3.2013
100 years of plant biology is celebrated, Cornell Chronicle — 7.3.2013
High schoolers explore careers at 4-H conference
, Cornell Chronicle — 7.1.2013
1% of India = a business opportunity — India Day 4Biofortified — 7.1.2013
India’s disparity: From the train station to the region’s top vineyard: India Day 3Biofortified — 6.28.2013
A [real life] picture says a thousand words: India Day 2Biofortified  6.26.2013
My textbooks definitely did not prepare me for this: India 2013Biofortified — 6.13.2013
Hot tempers? Roiling emotion? It’s your pick., Cornell Chronicle — 6.12.2013
Stephen Hawking for the win
, Cornell Chronicle — 6.12.2013
‘Spirit of ’31’ lives on at Reunion
, Cornell Chronicle — 6.7.2013
Alan Alda: Science shouldn’t be like a blind date for the public
, Cornell Chronicle — 5.23.2013
Student founds sustainable food program, Cornell Chronicle — 4.2.2013
Giving hunger a human face, PeriodiCALS (Page 9) — 3.2013


Wang to succeed Scott as director of Tang Cornell-China Scholars Program, PeriodiCALS — 9.10.12
‘Smart’ pumpkin growing wins contest, boosts scholarships, Cornell Chronicle — 8.24.2012
Psychologists explore differences, outsider behaviors in reading project book
, Cornell Chronicle — 8.20.2012
POST program engages new students in public service for 17th year, Cornell Chronicle — 8.15.2012
My new favorite word: HedgingBiofortified — 8.15.2012
Plantations’ predators, Cornell Chronicle — 8.13.2012
Panelists: Creativity in science can and should be fostered, Cornell Chronicle — 8.1.2012
PopShop helps grow student entrepreneurial ideas, Cornell Chronicle — 7.26.2012
Nobel Laureate Roald Hoffmann celebrates 75th birthday, Cornell Chronicle — 7.24.2012
Computers not yet able to understand human speech, Cornell Chronicle — 7.23.2012
Appledore Island seal rescued, Cornell Chronicle — 7.19.2012
Cornell Child Care Center staff led effort to create children’s room at Red Cross, Cornell Chronicle — 7.17.2012
Glee Club hits high note in Wales, Cornell Chronicle — 7.17.2012
Barrett Keene walks west, Cornell Chronicle — 7.17.2012
Pilot program aims to cure ‘plant blindness’ among high school students, Cornell Chronicle — 7.11.2012


Maximizing forage quality in bunk silos, Cornell Agronomy Fact Sheet — 7.2011