Cornell board of trustees chairman encourages "cooperation among the public sector, the private sector, and civil society ... to address the world’s biggest challenges.”
Flores-Macías warns of the risk recent crises present to Latin America's hard-earned democratic advances.
Cornell University announces guidelines for forming and sustaining ethical relationships with international collaborators.
The Einaudi Center and the Office of Global Learning are offering student-guided tours of "how the light gets in" at the Johnson Museum of Art.
The Migrations initiative announced a new funding cycle for work on migration phenomena. Deadline: December 18, 2019.
The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies has announced a call for faculty fellows and postdoctoral fellows for its new Migrations lab.
Two former ambassadors to debate President Trump’s border policy in October 21 Lund Critical Debate.
Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, speaks on campus as part of the “Inside Congress” series sponsored by Cornell's Institute of Politics and Global Affairs.
In a new book, Cornell's Gustavo Flores-Macías assesses how Latin American political factors impact the efficacy of tax reform.
A panel discussion—"Has Trump Changed Everything?"—kicked off programming of the Institute of Politics and Global Affairs on the Ithaca campus.