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Funding Opportunities

The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies is a place for faculty, postdocs, and students engaged in international research and learning to connect and find partnerships on campus, in our region, or around the world. No matter where you are in your academic career, Einaudi offers opportunities that will spur new ideas and give you the chance to come together with others interested in similar issues.


The Einaudi Center’s grants seed faculty-led international research, conferences, and collaborations. Tenured and tenure-track faculty members from any program, center, college, or school are eligible.

Faculty Funding News

Zebras on the savanna

Major Funding for Einaudi’s Migrations Team 


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The Einaudi Center offers funding opportunities for undergraduates and graduates. Einaudi funding can help you understand people and places around the world, study foreign languages, travel for international research projects, and more. 

Featured Opportunity

Einaudi-SSRC 2019 cohort at spring 2019 workshop

Einaudi-SSRC Dissertation Proposal Development Program 


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Come talk to us about funding options for your summer internship in Latin America or the Caribbean. 
The Freeman Prize is awarded annually in the spring to a Cornell graduating senior.
The Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies is able to offer fellowships to several graduate students each year.
SEAP provides up to $500 grants to fund travel to present at conferences.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program sends U.S.
LASP offers conference grants up to $500 to fund travel to graduate students to present at conferences.
The Michael C. Latham Travel Award provides Cornell graduate students enrolled in a development-related field with travel support for conferences within the continental United States.
EAP offers its own travel grants established in support of graduate student field research in East Asia.
As a major conduit of graduate support, EAP offers the following area studies fellowships to Cornell graduate students whose work has an East Asia focus:
Eligibility The language study grant is open to Cornell graduate and undergraduate students.