More than 450 faculty from across Cornell come together at the Einaudi Center to imagine and conduct global research. Over 150 graduate and undergraduate students find resources, inspiration, and a global scholarly community through Einaudi's eight regional and thematic programs and minors.
2019-2020 Humphrey Fellow Deputy Director, Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development (BARD)
Program focus: Improve knowledge and expertise on international rural development and work on market linkages of agricultural commodities such as rice in developing countries.
LASP Visiting Scholar
Leonardo Aires de Castro is a PhD candidate in the Graduate Political Science Program (PPGPol) in the Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil. He is researching the impacts of right wing populist ascension in the women legislative agenda, comparing Brazil and United States.
Associate Professor, Industrial and Labor Relations
Ifeoma Ajunwa is an associate professor of labor and employment law, labor relations, and history in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations School and an associated faculty member of the Cornell Law School.
Director, Institute for European Studies
Esra Akcan is an Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture.
Manasicha is pursuing a PhD in Asian literature, religion, and culture from the Department of Asian Studies at Cornell.
Brad Alderman manages the Einaudi Center's website and oversees sites across the Global Cornell web portfolio.
Associate Professor, History of Art and Visual Studies
Associate Professor, Natural Resources
Shorna Allred's research blends human factors and natural sciences to improve resource management and conservation.
Degree Pursued: M.Arch.
Anticipated Degree Year: 2019-2020
Committee Chair/Advisor: Andrea Simitch
Primary Language: Tagalog
Assistant Professor, Gettysburg College
Matthew Amster is a cultural anthropologist and filmmaker with extensive experience working in Borneo and, more recently, has started a new project in Denmark.