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Naomi Egel, PACS Fellow

“The Reppy Institute’s support made it possible for me to focus exclusively on my research, and I was able to make significant progress on my...
The Reppy Institute offers the Harrop and Ruth Freeman Fellowships to encourage Cornell undergraduates to pursue summer work related to peace studies...
Eun A Jo is a PhD student in government and a Peace and Conflict Studies Fellow with the Einaudi Center's Judith A. Reppy Institute for Peace and...
"One of the strengths of the Einaudi Center and Reppy Institute is how they bring together scholars working on related issues, but from a variety of...
The Nuclear Freeze Movement, launched by Randall Caroline Forsberg, resulted in the largest ever anti-nuclear protest in the United States. Forsberg...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

The article cites research from Sarah Kreps, professor of government, showing that the prospect of being paid $100 had no statistically significant...

Join Us for Teaching and Listening

May 7 (noon–2:00): Join us for a teach-in and listen-in to support Cornell's Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities.

Magnus Fiskesjö, PACS

Fiskesjö argues a UN visit would 'inevitably be stage-managed by the Chinese authorities,' risking the prestige and reputation of the UN and Bachelet,...

GPV Fellows Karim-Aly Kassam and Frederick R. McDonald

Global Public Voices fellows Karim-Aly Kassam and painter and poet Frederick R. McDonald in Medium.
The Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies is pleased to announce the recipients of three graduate fellowships for the 2021-22 academic...