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Migrations Students in Medium

Hear from Einaudi's undergraduate Migrations scholars as they reflect on questions driving student research at the spring symposium.

moderated by Giulia Godinho, Architect, Urban Planner and Assistant Professor...

Summer 2021 Digital Internship Program | Roundtable Mini-Series Join us this Thursday, July 22nd at 5pm ET for a "Conversation on Tactical Urbanism...

Two free and virtual Fall 2021 courses

The consortium for Graduate Education and Training in Southeast Asian Studies (GETSEA) is offering two free and virtual mini-courses this fall, open...

Check out the great courses on offer for next semester!

From ancient history to modern film, regional politics to language studies, SEAP offers a variety of courses to suit many interests. In addition, you...

VP of International Affairs in The Hill

New R&D legislation undercuts innovation by limiting productive collaboration with China, says LASP faculty Wendy Wolford.

Eswar Prasad, SAP

“China’s growth trajectory is returning to a post-pandemic normal, with the government once again having to balance the imperative of maintaining...

Sturt Manning, Einaudi Center

Sturt Manning, professor of arts and sciences, led a team of researchers in radiocarbon dating a wooden pool structure in Italy.

Nicole Hassoun, Visiting Scholar

The drugmakers have “what everybody wants, and they can charge quite a bit,” says Nicole Hassoun, a professor at Binghamton University and visiting...

By James Nagy, SEAP Administrative Assistant

As featured in the Spring 2021 SEAP Bulletin, this article explores the life of SEAP's infamous Frank H. Golay Memorial Lecture Series. Through this...

Qi Wang, EAP

“Because of this interruption that’s lasted over one year, the things that we are usually so familiar with — the things we usually take for granted...