Since 2011, Corey has taught AMST 2001: The First American University, a 400-person course on the history of Cornell. He serves as an unofficial university historian and frequently gives presentations on Cornell-related topics to students, staff, and alumni. Corey also works in Alumni Affairs & Development, where he helps cultivate and steward alumni giving and relationships with Cornell. He previously served as Associate Director of Student Programs and is passionate about building community and sense of belonging for students and alumni.
Corey is an Ithaca native and serves as an advisor for a variety of student organizations, including the Cornell Glee Club and Cornell Media Guild (WVBR-FM). He's a local heritage ambassador and the former board president of The History Center in Tompkins County. A graduate of the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences in 2007 with a major in Communication and minors in Information Science and Applied Economics & Management, Corey also has an M.A. in higher education administration and policy from Teachers College, Columbia University.