Playing in the Band  - Photo by Travel Grant recipient Rebakah Daro Minarchek ([field_department]) in Ciptagelar village, West Java,  Indonesia

The Einaudi Center is a hub for global activity at Cornell. The center organizes, catalyzes, and supports collaborative and interdisciplinary research, teaching, and outreach programs across campus. We focus on projects that promote intercultural and cross-national understanding. We educate students to become citizens of the world. And we help solve key economic, environmental, and political problems across the world.

Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, the president of Iceland, told a Cornell audience how his country remade itself from one of Europe’s poorest into one now financially and environmentally secure. 
On Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 5:00 PM in Schwartz Auditorium in Rockefeller Hall, celebrated public intellectual and Cornell alumnus Francis Fukuyama (’74) gave the keynote address at the international panel titled “Will Democracy Have Competitors in the 21st Century?” Responding to Fukuyama was John Mearsheimer (PhD ’80) of the University of Chicago, as well as Cornell's own Peter Katzenstein. The panel was moderated by Cornell historian Isabel Hull. Jointly organized by the Einaudi Center and the College of Arts and Sciences, this event was part of...
The Einaudi Center has awarded four seed grants and eight small grants to faculty representing six different Cornell colleges as part of the fall 2014 seed and small grant competitions. As part of Cornell's internationalization strategy, the seed and small grant programs have been significantly expanded. This year the Einaudi Center was able to fully or partially fund more than half of submitted proposals. To promote research and curriculum development of internationally engaged faculty, the Einaudi Center gave preference to...
Public health, policy, government and trade experts discussed Ebola's social and economic impacts on affected countries in Africa at a Nov. 10 roundtable on campus.
Global Cornell
At Cornell, we strive to educate our students for global citizenship - to instill a spirit of enquiry about our diverse global society and prepare them to live and work in an increasingly interdependent world. This document celebrates our successes to date and presents key priorities moving forward. We invite you to familiarize yourself with the international initiatives underway on Cornell’s campuses. And we hope you will join the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs in supporting our shared vision for a truly Global Cornell.
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