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World Offers Lessons on U.S. Democracy

In the 2024 election cycle, Paul Friesen is using an international lens to monitor threats to U.S. democracy.

Application Deadline: February 21, 2024

If you love languages, our newest summer funding opportunity is for you! Rare and distinctive (RAD) languages set Cornell apart. Cornell offers...
IES faculty associate Kora von Wittelsbach, senior lecturer in Romance Studies, led the effort to bring the Alain Elkann Collection to the Cornell...

Gustavo Flores-Macías, LACS

Gustavo Flores-Macías, a professor specialized in governments and public policies at Cornell University in the United States, believes that the...

Select GPV alumni return as seasoned media voices and thought leaders in...

Select GPV alumni return as seasoned media voices and thought leaders in the campus community’s yearlong exploration of freedom of expression.

"Modern Political Ideologies in SEA" and "Sea Nomads of SEA and Citizenship"

GETSEA offers free and virtual mini-courses on topics in Southeast Asian studies, incorporating voices and perspectives from Southeast Asia, and open...
Armita Jamshidi ’25 adapted her grandmother’s period-soothing recipes to make Cramp Bites that she sells through her company, Aunt Flo’s Kitchen.

Korean Media, Democracy, and Revisiting Pandemic Archives

Welcome to Spring 2024! EAP invites you to join stimulating talks, conversations, and workshops.

Nicholas Mulder, IES

Nicholas Mulder, professor of history, discusses Russia's frozen assets.

Stephen Yale-Loehr, Migrations

“Each of the three branches of government has a role to play in immigration law and policy, and each has failed,” says Stephen Yale-Loehr, professor...