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Undergrads: Meet mentors working in the international arena, use your real-world skills and languages, and advance your career goals this summer.

Pedro is a Cornell LACS Visiting Critic and IIE Artist Protection Fund Fellow

December 10 (International Human Rights Day), Visiting Critic, Pedro X. Molina, at the Cornell University Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program...

Deadline: February 7, 2022

The Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program (LACS) invites Cornell Faculty, Staff, Graduate and Undergraduate Students to send us their...

LACS Hosts Instructor Soledad Chango of Ecuador

The most widely spoken Indigenous language in the Americas is back this fall. Meet Chango—and celebrate #IEW2021 with Einaudi, Nov. 15-19!

Go Global Ed Podcast

Thank you to the International and Foreign Language Education (IFLE) office for talking to us about our UISFL grant on their new Go Global Ed podcast!...

Nicaraguan Cartoonist Finds Refuge at Einaudi

The award-winning political cartoonist joined LACS this fall as a visiting critic and IIE-Artist Protection Fund fellow.

Seed Grant Applications Due Oct. 29

Einaudi's seed grants support faculty-led international research, activities, and events. Find out more.

New Directors Take Helm at LACS, IES, SEAP

New program directors Ernesto Bassi, Mabel Berezin, and Tom Pepinsky share their programs' plans for this academic year.

Climate Research to Reduce Global Impacts

Students and recent alumni joined faculty-led research last summer to reduce climate threats in Haiti, East Africa, and Tajikistan.
Thirty years after his impressive electoral triumph and twenty years since he resigned the Presidency from abroad, Alberto Fujimori’s political legacy...