No matter your distance from Ithaca, a Cornell Global Hub in your corner of the globe means exciting opportunities to connect with Cornell faculty and students, expand your network, and share the Big Red spirit of your region.
Global Hubs bring Cornell to your doorstep—and your local knowledge and connections are vital to your Hub’s success.
At your Hub, you'll discover opportunities to build deeper relationships with the Cornell community and successful local alumni through networking events, faculty talks, and more. Networking gives you a more direct way to meet students and attract Cornell talent for job openings. Consider connecting with Cornell and Hubs partners to offer internships, community-engaged learning, or service opportunities.
Connected by Cornell
Cornell’s international alumni stay connected through more than 50 Cornell Clubs beyond North America. If you’re based near a Global Hub, your in-person opportunities multiply. Attend events with faculty, students, and fellow alumni. Explore shared interests with visiting faculty. Mentor a student.
Cornellians in your region for a short stay or semester look forward to meeting you.
Get involved at your Hub! Explore locations—then reach out to learn more about activities near you. We welcome your input on how alumni can create engagement opportunities for Cornell faculty and students.
A Cornell-led project team – with Global Hubs partners in India, the U.K, Ghana and Singapore – has received a two-year $250,000 design grant from the National Science Foundation to bring more comfortable days and nights to homes everywhere.
With the support of Cornell Global Hubs joint seed grants, researchers are building international connections and advancing their research.
This summer, Cornell welcomed six PhD students from Imperial College London to the Ithaca and Cornell Tech campuses as part of Imperial's Global Fellows Fund.
Cornell faculty and staff traveled to Global Hubs locations in the United Kingdom, Singapore, and Australia to explore reciprocal student mobility, collaborative faculty research, and teaching opportunities.
Nate Foster, CIS and faculty lead for Global Hub partner University of Edinburgh, will receive the 2023 Robin Milner Young Researcher Award in recognition of his outstanding achievements in the field of programming languages.
Global Cornell leadership visited India in April, where they met with alumni and institutional partners.
Imperial College London and Cornell University have formed a new partnership to cooperate on using AI to accelerate scientific discovery and future technologies.
Rachel Beatty Riedl, Einaudi Center director, visited the University of Ghana in February to connect with faculty and staff and explore opportunities for collaboration with this Hub. Riedl also met with a group of Cornell alumni excited about supporting the Global Hubs initiative.
New seed grants from Global Cornell are deepening relationships between Cornell and its Global Hubs partners across the world.