Karl Pillemer, professor of human development, and Mark S. Lachs, professor of medicine, co-write an opinion piece about coronavirus in assisted...
“Farmworkers are essential to our health in good times and even more so during a crisis like this,” said Mary Jo Dudley, director of the Cornell...
Skytte considered Nobel Prize for political science
The award honors Katzenstein's pioneering work in political economy, global security policy, and European politics.
Rachel Beatty Riedl says Africa is the first place to look for an effective response to the COVID-19 pandemic, given Africa’s success in dealing with...
Tong Yang-Tze Immortal at the River Chinese calligraphy exhibit being installed at the Johnson Museum.
Students organizing the 22nd annual graduate student conference turned Engendering Migrations virtual.
Wendy Wolford, Cornell's vice provost for international affairs, and her office have issued a global call "for stories of caring and compassion."
Seed funding supports eight projects
Our grants are launching big global initiatives—from uncovering one of Pompeii’s lost gardens to studying Indonesia's 700 languages.
Faculty are finding answers to questions related to a world on the move with Migrations grants, awarded by the “Migrations” Global Grand Challenge.
The roundtable featured experts on immunology, history, health care policy, public health, and government.