Competition encourages students to be change-makers to address the complex challenges of a “World on the Move.”
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.
In a new book, Cornell's Gustavo Flores-Macías assesses how Latin American political factors impact the efficacy of tax reform.