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Trafficking: Reunion 2019 Roundtable

Trafficking: Reunion 2019 Roundtable

Gunisha Kaur, Weill Cornell Medicine, discusses the current refugee migration crisis during a Reunion 2019 roundtable on the global implications of trafficking.

IAD researchers at conference

IAD 2019 summer conference inspired by Migrations Global Grand Challenge

Global scholars converged in Livingstone, Zambia, this summer to attend the 2019 Summer Africa Conference and Early Career Workshop—hosted by the Institute for African Development (IAD), part of th

Rachel Riedl in Zambia

Einaudi Center appoints new director

Rachel Beatty Riedl will set Einaudi's strategic course, advance international initiatives

Einaudi's CRADLE tackles a*hole problem

Robert C. Hockett, co-founder of the Cornell Research Academy for Development, Law and Economics (CRADLE) supported by the Einaudi Center, defines an asshole as “somebody who thinks that he or she is...

Eric Gulson on Sulawesi island in Indonesia

Eric Gulson ’17: Fulbright project saves Indonesian nesting birds

During his Fulbright grant to Indonesia, Eric led a project designed to restore nesting sites for two species of hornbill birds. 

Karim Kassam in front of class

SEAP co-hosts teacher workshop on cultural sustainability

On July 1 and 2, ISSI, hosted by the Cornell Southeast Asia Program and the Cornell-Syracuse South Asia Consortium, brought together teachers from fourteen different school districts in upstate New...

contemporary sumi-e Japanese ink painting

Cornell East Asia Series partners with Cornell UP

The Cornell East Asia Series (CEAS), the scholarly press of the Einaudi Center's East Asia Program, has joined 

street scene in Gujarat, India

Einaudi grants to send 86 students packing

Eighty-six Cornell graduate students have been awarded travel grants from the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies for the 2019-20 academic year

IAD intern Georges Batoussis ’19 at Victoria Falls

Ithaca roots growing in Africa

Around 7,500 miles from Ithaca, the Hon. Justice Charles Kajimanga, LL.M.

Big data pano photo globe and data

Einaudi Center funds dissertations with global impact

Twelve graduate students will spend this year refining their dissertation plans and testing the waters of global research in the 

Woman and baby in Tanzania market

Applications for 2019 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad award now open

Application information for 2019 Fulbright-Hays DDRA awards

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LASP graduate fellow's work featured on Cornell Research site

Vincent Mauro, a PhD student in Government, looks at the how party system development and institutionalization shapes wealth redistribution in Latin America.

may day rally new york city

Six faculty members receive small and seed grants for international work

Recipients come from the College of Arts and Sciences, Cornell Law School, the ILR School, and the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. 

Ndulo lecturing

Legal scholar Muna Ndulo honored with endowed chair

The director of the Institute for African Development has been named the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of International and Comparative Law at Cornell Law School. 

"power of progression" drawing

Students weigh in on global grand challenges

Graduate students Qingyi Gong (East Asian studies) and Nicole Nomura (landscape architecture) and Abbey Yatsko ’20 share their ideas on an internationally engaged Cornell. 

Professors talking at table

Cornell faculty, leadership begin to tackle grand challenges

At the Global Grand Challenges symposium (Nov. 8-9), leaders, faculty members, staff, and students from around the university shared ideas on global priorities and Cornell's role in addressing them. 

Man pouring tea

Two students share tea essay contest prize

Siddarth Sankaran '19 and PhD candidate Annie Sheng ponder the lessons learned at the multidisciplinary conference "Tea High and Low: Elixir, Exploitation, Ecology." 

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CALS highlights projects by Global Fellows

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences showcases the achievements of 27 interns posted around the globe this year. Wed., Nov. 4, 5-6:30 p.m., Physical Sciences Building atrium. 

Sunil Amrith

Historian Amrith is Einaudi Center Distinguished Speaker

Harvard historian and MacArthur Fellow Sunil Amrith spoke on “Monsoon Asia: The Past and Future Imagination of a Region” Thursday, Nov. 15.

Trump and Xi with flags

Allen Carlson: China concerned about U.S. politics

The EAP faculty member told USA Today that the Chinese government is troubled by the lack of predictability in U.S. policy.