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Awardees Receive Support for International Fieldwork

Seven PhD students will conduct up to a year of fieldwork—in Hungary, Senegal, Indonesia, and beyond. Meet the new Global PhD Research Scholars.

Sarah Kreps, PACS

The Brooks School Tech Policy Institute (BTPI) has announced a $1M project to study financial freedom in countries with authoritarian governments. Led...

Faculty and Student Kudos and a Farewell

Learn about Einaudi's faculty seed grant awards, CRADLE's new Law and Economics Papers, and over 100 students conducting international research this...

Wendy Erb

Wendy Erb has spent countless hours studying orangutans in Borneo's tropical peatland forests in order to learn how male Bornean orangutans (Pongo...
Seventeen Cornellians will go abroad next academic year to fourteen countries, thanks to the support of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.

Ten Undergrads Write, Paint, and Research for Final Projects

Our first-ever Undergraduate Global Scholars are writers, artists, and researchers with a common goal – to speak up for global free speech.

Karim-Aly Kassam, Global Public Voices

Kassam's guest column reflects on the Cornell student protests that ended on May 13. He writes, "The peaceful protests at Cornell University have been...
By Avishai Melamed, 2023-24 Reppy Institute Director’s Fellow On April 27, the Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies hosted its...
Beyond Borders: Exploring the History of Cornell's Global Dimensions features chapters on the Einaudi Center and several regional and thematic...

Magnus Fiskesjö, PACS/EAP/SEAP

Magnus Fiskesjö has published a chapter on the Wa ethnic group in a new volume, Chasing Traces: History and Ethnography in the Uplands of Socialist...