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

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East Coast Asian American Student Union at Cornell University
Ongoing
The East Coast Asian American Student Union (ECAASU) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to inspire, educate, and empower those interested in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) issues. Run solely by volunteers, ECAASU’s advocacy work is conducted through outreach to AAPI students organizations across the country and educating individuals on becoming agents of change through the various programs we hold over the course of the year, including an annual conference. ■

India Association, Cornell University
Ongoing
We aim to foster an environment of comfort and camaraderie among International students in Cornell’s Graduate and Professional schools, with a focus on students of Indian origin. Also, we strive to spread awareness and celebrate Indian culture in all its vivid glory. ■

Five smiling students standing infront of a waterfall English for International Students and Scholars: Summer
Ongoing
Enhance your English skills and explore U.S. culture The Summer Session EISS program provides intensive English instruction and cultural orientation for those interested in working and studying in an academic environment in the U.S. or in using English professionally. The program features project-based learning with a focus on the students’ academic interests and professional topics through Online task-based activities and individual assignments Small-... READ MORE

Learning Community on Inclusive Teaching for Graduate Students & Postdocs
Thursday, November 5, 2020
Join the Center for Teaching Innovation for our six-week Learning Community on Inclusive Teaching for Graduate Students & Postdocs. Deepen your knowledge through active listening and exchanging different perspectives with other committed or aspiring teachers. Participants will take the online course Teaching & Learning in the Diverse Classroom and meet weekly via Zoom for discussion, activities, and reflective exercises/prompts that focus on plans for future teaching. This program is a... READ MORE

"The Chilean Right at the Crossroads," by Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, LASP Seminar Series
Monday, November 16, 2020
Events
Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser is Professor at Diego Portales University (UDP) in Santiago de Chile and an Associate Researcher at the Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies (COES). His main area of research is comparative politics and he has a special interest in the ambivalent relationship between populism and democracy. He will be discussing the Chilean Right Party. Please register through the following link: https://cornell.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Ho0pEgPqQ5aQGbYszCMzzg

Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlan (MEChA)
Ongoing
MEChA provides academic and personal support to students in the organization, enhances the community's awareness of Chicanx culture through educational, cultural and social programming, and promotes the continued education of Chicanx /Mexican- American students. “Chicanx” - denotes anyone who lives in and celebrates their dual culture. It transcends further than an identity; it is a philosophy, a mindset. “Chicanx” is inclusive of any person of any ethnicity or race. Although M.E.Ch.A. caters... 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

Five smiling students standing infront of a waterfall English for International Students and Scholars: Summer
Ongoing
Enhance your English skills and explore U.S. culture The Summer Session EISS program provides intensive English instruction and cultural orientation for those interested in working and studying in an academic environment in the U.S. or in using English professionally. The program features project-based learning with a focus on the students’ academic interests and professional topics through Online task-based activities and individual assignments Small-... READ MORE

International Affairs Society, Cornell
Ongoing
The Cornell International Affairs Society (CIAS) is Cornell’s primary international relations club. Its mission is to cultivate within students an enhanced understanding of international affairs while developing essential skills in public speaking, leadership, rhetoric and diplomacy ■

Children sitting around someone reading them book. Afterschool Language and Culture Program
Ongoing
Outreach for Educators The Einaudi Center’s Afterschool Language and Culture Program has introduced thousands of children in Upstate New York to world languages and cultures. Volunteers from Cornell and surrounding communities who speak foreign languages provide fun ways for K–12 students to learn about and engage with our increasingly interconnected world. ■

Fifth Annual Global Strategy and Emerging Markets Conference (GSEM) Theme: Competing in the Digital World
Sunday, November 8, 2020
Events
Cornell University Emerging Markets Institute (EMI) and partners — Northeastern University Center for Emerging Markets (CEM), The Simon Fraser University Jack Austin Centre For Asia Pacific Business Studies, and The University of Texas at Dallas Center for Global Business (CGB) — are pleased to announce the fifth annual Global Strategy and Emerging Markets (GSEM) Conference. The theme of GSEM 2020 is “Competing in the Digital World.” Digital technologies—including internet of things, 5G, cloud... READ MORE

LAW - South Asian Law Students Association
Ongoing
The South Asian Law Students Association promotes education and leadership among South Asian law students and expands students’ understanding and appreciation of South Asian political, legal and social issues. SALSA hopes to provide a space for law students interested in the South Asian experience to gather, create support networks, and form a community. ■

Cornell Tamasha
Ongoing
With the growing competitiveness of dance teams on campus, the joy of dancing and the universal acceptance that it entails has somewhere become lost. Our aim is to create an open, accepting and unbiased space for people interested in bollywood-fusion dancing to come and enjoy the art form irrespective of their experience level, gender, age and handicaps. We aim to create a holistic space, where dance is used to unwind, de-stress, learn and explore. ■

Society for the Promotion of East Asian Liberty
Ongoing
The Society for the Promotion of East Asian Liberty strives to spread awareness and knowledge to the students of Cornell University about the human rights violations and democratic developments in East Asia and create a forum for the discussion of such violations and developements. ■

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.  ■

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