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by Amala Lane “When the pandemic began and Cornell went into lock-down, I and my friends felt so isolated,” undergraduate psychology major Lin Lin...

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Early career? Apply to join our inaugural summer institute on July 12–23: Cartographies of Racial Justice Beyond Borders. $2,000 stipend.
Nancy Liang '21 was able to identify her interests and unique path because of her time at the Einaudi Center. She has been a student worker in the...

Yiyun Peng, Ph.D. Candidate, Cornell, History

Beyond Workshops: Spatial Distribution of Paper-making Communities and Properties in Upland Southeast China, 1700-1950 April 7  11:30 AM-1:15...
Wanheng Hu, a PhD student in science and technology studies, received a fellowship from the Einaudi Center's East Asia Program to support his...

Register Now to Attend April 2

Kum joins the East Asia Program on April 2 at 10:00 to discuss her latest installation work, Morning Dew: The Stigma of Being “Brainwashed.” 

Condemns Anti-Asian Racism and Violence

Einaudi stands with our Asian and Asian American colleagues and students. Read the statement to find out how to report campus incidents of bias.

On the 10th anniversary of the triple disasters that hit Northeast Japan, the...

Do not forget: the lives lost and disrupted, the futures redefined, and the nightmares spawned.
All event times are EST and held virtually. Please contact eap@cornell.edu for accessibility arrangements in advance. CCCC=Cornell Classical Chinese...

EAP's Jack Zinda Works with Communities

Environmental sociologist examines how human decisions influence environmental outcomes in communities—from China to New York State.