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Study Abroad Fair in Willard Straight

Willard Straight Memorial Room (2:30–4:30): Enjoy hot chocolate and international treats while you learn about study abroad programs.

Faculty research pod explores technological change

This research pod led by IES affiliated faculty will explore the response to technological change in health care and telecommunications in the United...

Bryn Rosenfeld in Monkey Cage

Bryn Rosenfeld (IES) takes the pulse of Russian public opinion on the war in Ukraine.

New Book from CO+POS Director

Mostafa Minawi's book describes how members of the Arab-Ottoman community of Istanbul experienced the final decades of the ailing Ottoman Empire.

Cristina Florea in New York Review of Books

Global Public Voices fellow Cristina Florea describes how Ukrainians have reinvented their national identity five times over the past century.

Open now! Apply by March 1

Einaudi’s seed grants support the work of internationally engaged Cornell faculty, including research and events. Apply today!

Fellows Speak Out on Democratic Threats

This year’s fellows will engage with major news media on nationalism and populism, civil-military relations, international human rights, and more.

Undergrads, Apply by Jan. 15

Apply now for 2023 global summer internships! These in-person experiences let you polish your real-world skills and advance your career goals.

Daily Sun Reporting on Nov. 10 Lecture

Addressing a packed Rhodes-Rawlings Auditorium, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson discussed Iceland’s international impact, climate change, and his thoughts on...

Mabel Berezin, IES

“Marinetti was more in today’s terms a multi-genre artist — he believed in performance (readings); wrote poetry, [and] even had a futurist cookbook...