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Einaudi Minor Sets Grads on Global Paths

Meet students and alumni of Einaudi's international relations minor. The minor prepares graduates for internationally minded careers.

Am I Too African to be American, Too American to be African?

  May 14, 2021     10:00am - 12:00pm EST   Registration required Documentary Film    followed by Discussion with Nadia Sasso, Creative...
Sahana Natesan ’19 worked with the South Asia Program to bring her passion for traditional Indian dance to others, performing at the Johnson Museum...
Renelle Mensah is a government major with minors in Arabic and French. After she graduates, she will use her Pickering fellowship to complete a...

Apply by May 14

Early career? Apply to join our inaugural summer institute on July 12–23: Cartographies of Racial Justice Beyond Borders. $2,000 stipend.

BLACK LIVES MATTER ET PROGRÈS SOCIAL: L’INDISPENSABLE CONVERGENCE DES LUTTES EN...

Friday, April 30, 2021 an interview with Her Excellency Dr. Aminata D. Traoré  former Minister of Culture and Tourism, Republic of Mali, activist,...

The Functional Liberian State: Historical Lessons, Current Best Practices, and...

 Virtual Conference The 52nd annual conference of the Liberian Studies Association (LSA) will focus on an array of questions and issues through...

Investing in African Real Estate

INVESTING IN AFRICAN REAL ESTATE Emerging Trends and Opportunities Friday, April 09, 2021, 1pm EDT REGISTER NOW Hosted by Cornell’s...

Chris Barrett, IAD

Chris Barrett, professor of applied economics and policy, says, “We shouldn’t waste a crisis. Ten years from now, we will look back and see that the...

Steve Osofsky, IAD

In this NYT opinion piece, author Thomas L. Friedman writes how Steve Osofsky "summarized how the health of wildlife, the health of ecosystems and our...