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Cornell International Education Network

Cornell International Education Network (CIEN) promotes resource sharing and professional development among faculty and staff working in international education. Established by the Einaudi Center in 1991, CIEN is open to all Cornell faculty and staff—especially those with work connected to international studies, international student services, and study abroad.  

Class of 2022 international graduates listen to speeches at reception, May 5, 2022
Class of 2022 graduates listen to speakers at the Office of Global Learning's international graduation reception.


CIEN’s chair is Nina Chaopricha (Cornell China Center). Current Cornell faculty and staff may subscribe to the CIEN listserv by sending an email with no message and the word "join" in the subject line.

CIEN meetings are usually held at 9:00 on the third Thursday of each month during the academic year. We are currently meeting virtually.

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Cornell students in Study Away at Zhejiang University, Haining, China.
Cornell students in Study Away at Zhejiang University, Haining, China.

CIEN in the News

Webinar Highlights Cornell Advocacy

October 2020 CIEN with Dianne Miller: "Cornell’s advocacy work is based on actively putting all our voices together, from Global Cornell to faculty and student leaders."