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Faculty: Global Hubs are Cornell's new collaborative centers of engagement around the world. Join us in spring 2022 for eight interdisciplinary Global...

Einaudi Seed Grant Supports Xenophobia Meter

Beth Lyon and her collaborators are using machine learning to develop a website that tracks xenophobic hate speech on Twitter.
Challenges to Democracy: Authoritarianism and Extremism in Europe and Beyond 
EAP is excited to announce the Spring 2022 Contemporary China Initiative series featuring four prominent speakers from around the world including Tani...

by Stephen Pierson, Professor of English, Onondaga Community College

As Featured in the Fall 2021 SEAP Bulletin, with support from the Community College Internationalization Fellowship Program, a joint post-secondary...

PACS Graduate Student Conference

Graduate students should submit their proposal by February 20, 2022. Those whose work seeks to answer questions pertaining to global peace and...

Apply by February 4!

GETSEA is offering two free and virtual mini-courses this spring on topics in Southeast Asian studies, open to graduate students from a wide range of...

Apply by January 31

Undergraduate summer funding available through Davis Projects for Peace to design grassroots projects anywhere in the world which promote peace.

The European Union Policy in the Sahel Region: Challenges of Security,...

The Institute for African Development Global Africa Monthly Webinar Series  Friday February 4th, 2022 at 10:00am (EST) / 3:00pm – 5:00pm...

Helping refugees from Myanmar and beyond

Recently, Ithaca has become one of the major hubs in New York for refugee resettlement - including refugees from Southeast Asia.