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Town Hall on Feb. 2 at 6 p.m.

Join us to discuss global Blackness and the experience of being Black on campus – and finish out the night with refreshments and music.

Rebecca Nelson, LACS/IAD

Rebecca Nelson, professor in the School of Integrative Plant Science, says the company may struggle to introduce container-based sanitation to...
Laidlaw scholar Kobi Rassnick traveled to Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala, for his leadership in action experience. He worked with FARVets, a group based...

Gustavo Flores-Macias, LACS

Gustavo Flores-Macias, professor of government and public policy, joins to discuss the latest developments of protestors supporting former President...

Amanda Rodewald, LACS/Migrations

“However, when we look at what needs to be done for birds, it’s the same things we need to be doing for human health and well-being,” says Amanda...

Lourdes Casanova, LACS/GPV

“China views semiconductors as a strategic resource. Therefore, it wants to become self-sufficient in all aspects of advanced chip design and...

Open now! Apply by March 1

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

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.

Charlie Tebbutt, LACS Graduate Fellow

At the upcoming Conference of the Parties – best known as COP27 – 11 Cornell students will help delegations from small countries gain a stronger...

Polarization in Ecuador Highlights Risks for U.S. Democracy

"The basic rules of the electoral process are no longer mutually recognized,” says Kenneth Roberts, based on research at the Ecuador Global Hub.