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IES is proud to acknowledge and celebrate the success of the graduating...

The Institute for European Studies is proud to acknowledge and celebrate the success of the graduating students in the European Studies minor and...
The Nuclear Freeze Movement, launched by Randall Caroline Forsberg, resulted in the largest ever anti-nuclear protest in the United States. Forsberg...
Perspectives 360 Film Festival: Virus Has No Nationality ... coming June 11! Submit your short film by May 31.

Check out the Global Cornell YouTube channel for more!

Recordings of several Gatty Lectures from Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 are now available on the Global Cornell YouTube channel. 

Infrastructure and Sensibility: A Physiology of Power

The EastAsia+ Initiative presents a talk by Thomas Lamarre on television, anime infrastructures, and new formations of media power. Across these two...

Bartels Lecturer Describes Rising Internal Threats

"Home may have become a dangerous place for democracy to flourish now," said Nobel prize–winning economist Amartya Sen on May 5.

Sarah Kreps, PACS

The article cites research from Sarah Kreps, professor of government, showing that the prospect of being paid $100 had no statistically significant...

Stephen Yale-Loehr and Gunisha Kaur, Einaudi Migrations Fellows

New England Journal of Medicine: This Graphic Perspective tells the story of a Cuban doctor who, having been targeted by her government as a...

Molly O’Toole ’09 on Immigration Policy

Einaudi's undergraduate migrations scholars hosted LA Times journalist O'Toole during their inaugural research symposium on May 7.

Einaudi Minor Sets Grads on Global Paths

Meet students and alumni of Einaudi's international relations minor. The minor prepares graduates for internationally minded careers.