Students who have studied abroad will share their experiences at the Study Abroad Fair on Feb. 7 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Willard Straight Hall Memorial Room.
Heritage and history were the focus for 12 students who traveled with the Cornell Winter Program in Cambodia, led by Magnus Fiskesjö.
Black at Cornell, a town hall and community event on Feb. 2 at 6 p.m., launches Black History Month on campus. Students, faculty and staff will gather in the Africana Center multipurpose room to discuss global Blackness and the experience of being Black on campus – and finish out the night with refreshments and music.
"Whatever our students’ future path, the ability to think globally, and understand local issues in their global context, is essential," says Cornell president Martha Pollack. Read all about the ways Cornell embraces a global mindset—from welcoming international students to partnering with peer institutions abroad.
Gustavo Flores-Macías, associate vice provost for international affairs, joins to discuss the latest developments of protestors supporting former President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro calling for the removal of Lula da Silva, the current president: "It's very clear that, to a large sector of the population in Brazil, Lula is not the legitimate president."
Read President Pollack's December recognition ceremony speech translated into Chinese, Hindi, Korean, and Spanish. Congratulations to all the graduates.
Cornell researchers are proposing novel approaches to account for the true value of nature to the global financial bottom line.
Fear of tracking and the use of digital tools in the context of public benefits in the U.S. are among the major barriers to immigrants accessing online resources and benefits more generally. This project was funded by Global Cornell's Migrations initiative and includes Migrations faculty leadership Stephen Yale-Loehr and Gunisha Kaur.