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The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies is Cornell’s hub for campus engagement and global thinking and action. The Einaudi Center combines regional expertise unmatched anywhere in the world with a global vision of Cornell’s culture of inquiry and land-grant mission to build knowledge with a public purpose.

We foster international research and collaboration, provide world-class graduate and undergraduate training in international studies, and support educators as they bring the world into their classrooms. Our thought leaders, researchers, and students engage with cultures and communities around the world. We work together to take on the key questions of our global moment and fulfill Cornell’s powerful mandate to engage with and transform the world. 

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As the Einaudi Center tackles the challenges of today’s complex world, your support is urgently needed. Donors can shape the future of our interconnected world by supporting faculty, students, and programs as they forge transnational collaborations that create deep understanding and new knowledge of current events; world histories, cultures, and languages; and the conditions that shape our lives.

Making a Difference

How Donors Are Shaping Our World's Future Today

IES minors Sophie Partington ’21 and Laura DeMassa ’21 at Eiffel tower

Einaudi Minor Sets Students on International Research Path

Sophie Partington ’21 and Laura DeMassa ’21 conducted research in France through endowed undergraduate research fellowships in the Institute for European Studies.

Tony Zhou '19 with his mentor Tinenenji Banda J.S.D. '14

Student Works for Global Change through Fulbright Program

Tony Zhou ’19 had his first overseas work experience on an Institute for African Development summer project supported by the Andy Paul Africa Initiative.

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