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.
Elaine focuses on the effects of vitamin D supplementation among adult patients with tuberculosis (as well as a subset living with human immunodeficiency virus co-infection) in southern India.
Anthony W. and Lulu C. Wang Professor in Chinese Law
Xingzhong Yu's academic interests include Chinese law and legal history, social theory, comparative legal philosophy, constitutional law, and cultural studies of law.
Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Kelly Zamudio is the Goldwin Smith Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and faculty curator of Herpetology at the Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates. Her research interests lie in the fields of population biology, population genetics, systematics, and…
Degree Pursued: MA
Anticipated Degree Year: 2023
Committee Chair/Advisor: Keith Weller Taylor
Discipline: Asian Studies
Primary Language: Vietnamese…
Degree Pursued: PhD
Anticipated Degree Year: 2021-2022
Committee Chair/Advisor: Kaushik Basu
Primary Language: Indonesian…
Curator Wason East Asian Collection
Liren Zheng is the curator of the Charles W. Wason Collection on East Asia at the Cornell University Library. Previously he was the curator of the Dr. Shao You-Bao Overseas Chinese Research and Documentation Center, Ohio University Library.
Degree Pursued: PhD
Anticipated Degree Year: 2020-2021
Primary Language: Burmese, Tibetan, Chinese
Research Countries: …
Assistant Professor, Global Development
John Zinda studies social and environmental change, primarily in rural China.
Assistant Professor, Architecture
Sasa Zivkovic directs Cornell AAP's Robotic Construction Laboratory, an interdisciplinary research group investigating robotic based construction technology. He is a coprincipal of HANNAH, an experimental architecture practice based in Ithaca, New York.
Lecturer, Yale University
Eve Zucker’s research focuses on the aftermath of mass violence in Cambodia through the lenses of social memory, morality, the imagination, trust and everyday practices.