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Stephen Yale-Loehr, a Migrations faculty fellow, writes: "Since March 2020, approximately 900,000 people have been denied the ability to request asylum at all. They’re casualties of Title 42."


“The topics were so cutting edge, and with such a fantastic non-Western focus, they could be ripped from the headlines of any international newspaper,” said Alanna Kramerson, a Skaneateles High School history teacher.


In a Cornell China Center (CCC) webinar held on May 27, legal scholars based in China, Switzerland, and the United States surveyed artificial intelligence (AI) regulation across the world, identifying strategic similarities and local distinctions.


Read President Pollack's commencement address in Chinese, Hindi, Korean, and Spanish.

In 2022–23, 15 U.S. Student Program winners from Cornell will head out to host countries worldwide. The program is administered by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.