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Virtual offerings to connect the Cornell community to the world while travel is limited.

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Arm and leg showing of a person sitting on ground with laptop and trees in distance ENGL 2630 Brazil to Brooklyn: Jewish Cultures of the Americas
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
Jewish cultures in the New World are far more diverse than most Americans realize. Some know the history of Ashkenazi (German and Eastern European) Jews. In addition to Ashkenazi cultures, our course introduces the Sephardi (Spanish/Portuguese), Mizrahi (Arab), Persian, and Ethiopian Jews who have immigrated to the Americas since the 16th century. ■

The Society for Premodern South Asian Studies
Ongoing
The region of South Asia remains one of the least charted major frontiers for the study of the premodern world. The linguistic and material records of South Asia dwarf that of Europe, yet this vast treasure of humanity remains deeply understudied. The Society for Premodern South Asian Studies' mission is to promote academic engagement with these materials to diverse groups and communities at Cornell University, by way of various theoretical & methodological perspectives, from anthropology... READ MORE

Student Info Session: Laidlaw Scholars Program
Friday, December 11, 2020
Join us for a student information session on the Laidlaw Undergraduate Research and Leadership Program this December 11 at 12 p.m. (EST). Open to first- and second-year Cornellians, the program provides generous support for you to carry out internationally-focused research of your choice, develop leadership skills that you put into action, and join a global network of like-minded scholars. By attending this information session, you will learn more about the programmatic and financial benefits... READ MORE

Orange background with butterfly and McGraw Tower graphic in center Cornell Dream Team
Ongoing
The Cornell Dream Team seeks to promote the common value and shared community standard of “any person, any study” by empowering undocumented students through advising and providing a support network. We aim to expand awareness and acceptance in the local community through advocacy and educational outreach. ■

International Studies Summer Institute
Summer
Professional Development for K–12 Teachers The International Studies Summer Institute (ISSI) is a professional development workshop for practicing and pre-service K–12 teachers held each summer on the Cornell campus. The workshop will give you practical strategies and resources for integrating international studies and world religions into your classroom. Each year, ISSI has a new international theme, such as global arts education.  ■

Student Info Session: Laidlaw Scholars Program
Monday, December 14, 2020
Join us for our last student information session of the semester on the Laidlaw Undergraduate Research and Leadership Program. Open to first- and second-year Cornellians, the program provides generous support for you to carry out internationally-focused research of your choice, develop leadership skills that you put into action, and join a global network of like-minded scholars. By attending this information session, you will learn more about the programmatic and financial benefits of the... READ MORE

Taiwanese Student Association, Cornell
Ongoing
Cornell Taiwanese Student Association (CTSA) is a non-profit, not-religious and non-political group. Our major mission is to help Taiwanese Student adapt to life and academic studies in Cornell Community. Our group also works as a platform for Taiwanese student to build up connections among students and communities. We also welcome anyone who is interested in Taiwanese culture to join our activities and to learn more about this beautiful island. ■

Chinese Students and Scholars Association, Cornell
Ongoing
Cornell Chinese Students and Scholars Association (Cornell CSSA) is a voluntary, non-profit organization whose members are students and scholars coming from China. The operating body of CSSA is the CSSA council, which consists of volunteers committed to serving members of CSSA and prompting the welfare of the Chinese community ■

International Student / Postdoc Job Search Discussion
Wednesday, December 9, 2020
The International Students/Postdocs Job Search Virtual Chat is designed to get international students/postdocs who are seeking for jobs together to talk about questions and concerns that all share, and strategize about how to move forward. During this session, we will first have a brief introduction of all the career and immigration staff present, and then open it up for all participants to ask questions and have a facilitated discussion. Our experts in careers and/or immigration include:... READ MORE

LAW - Women of Color Collective
Ongoing
Women of Color Collective’s (WOCC) purpose is to provide a supportive space for African-American, African, Afro-Caribbean, Asian, South Asian, Middle Eastern, Hispanic/Latina, Native American, Bi-racial, Multi-racial and other women students of color at Cornell Law School. Through cultural, social, professional, educational and community service programs, WOCC will advance the needs of women and students of color and enrich the educational and mentorship experience of women of color at... READ MORE

JOHNSON - European Club
Ongoing
The European Club supports European Students at the Johnson School and students of all nationalities with an interest in Europe through Campus Activities and Career Support. ■

Arm and leg showing of a person sitting on ground with laptop and trees in distance ECON 4510 International Trade Theory and Policy
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
Surveys the sources of comparative advantage. Studies commercial policy and analyzes the welfare economics of trade between countries. Some attention is paid to the institutional aspects of the world trading system.  ■

Japan US Association
Ongoing
JUSA strives to: 1. Provide information regarding the Japanese culture and Japan - United States relations to the general populace 2. Promote interaction amongst Cornell students of all background through the promotion of the aforementioned topics 3. Offer support and resources for the Japanese, Japanese - American, and Japanese interest community at Cornell University ■

Chinese Entrepreneur Association at Cornell
Ongoing
The Chinese Entrepreneur Association at Cornell aims to foster the entrepreneurial spirit among our members, to assist in the personal growth and career development related to entrepreneurship among our members individually and collectively, to connect and help to connect our members internally at Cornell and externally with entrepreneurs, investors, alumni and any person related to the our purpose.  ■

International Student / Postdoc Job Search Discussion
Wednesday, December 9, 2020
The International Students/Postdocs Job Search Virtual Chat is designed to get international students/postdocs who are seeking for jobs together to talk about questions and concerns that all share, and strategize about how to move forward. During this session, we will first have a brief introduction of all the career and immigration staff present, and then open it up for all participants to ask questions and have a facilitated discussion. Our experts in careers and/or immigration include:... READ MORE

International Affairs Review, Cornell
Ongoing
The Cornell International Affairs Review is a student-run publication at Cornell University dedicated to publishing papers that contribute to our collective understanding of contemporary international affairs.https://www.cornelliar.org/ ■

Reading Adultery in the Criminal Records of Late Chosŏn Korea
Friday, December 4, 2020
Events
Reading Adultery in the Criminal Records of Late Chosŏn Korea Jisoo Kim, George Washington University This presentation introduces the records of criminal cases in the Simnirok (Records of Royal Reviews), a collection compiled during the reign of Chŏngjo (r. 1776-1800). This collection includes 1,112 judicial precedents related to homicide, economic crimes such as counterfeit and theft, and social crimes such as arson and gravesite dispute. The majority of 1,004 crimes are related to homicide (... READ MORE

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