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International fieldwork is essential for many doctoral students. Thanks to the Amit Bhatia ’01 Global PhD Research Scholars program, the Einaudi Center helps fund travel and expenses for graduate students working on their dissertations.

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In addition to its human consequences, cocaine trafficking harms the environment and threatens habitats important to dozens of species of migratory birds, according to a new study led by Amanda Rodewald, senior director of the Center for Avian Population Studies at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

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The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) recognizes Stephen Yale-Loehr with the Robert Juceam Founders Award, which is given from time to time to the person or entity having the most substantial impact on the field of immigration law or policy.

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Alexandra Dufresne, Global Public Voices fellow at the Einaudi Center, writes this piece on student protests and why universities should keep immigration consequences in mind.

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"Achieving global consensus on anything can seem next to impossible, but with the threat of emerging disease outbreaks looming, it is imperative that global cooperation trump nationalist attitudes," writes Kaushik Basu, codirector of CRADLE and the Einaudi Center's Carl Marks Professor of International Studies.

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Read President Pollack's commencement address in Chinese, Hindi, Korean, and Spanish.

For the first time, the breadth and depth of Cornell’s international footprint has been chronicled in a book: “Beyond Borders: Exploring the History of Cornell’s Global Dimensions.”

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"The resurgence of the Taliban poses renewed threats to the Hazaras, characterized by escalated violence, discrimination, and isolation," writes visiting scholar Tawab Danish.

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The Einaudi Center's first-ever Undergraduate Global Scholars are writers, artists, and researchers with a common goal – to speak up for global free speech.

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Beyond Borders celebrates Cornell’s history of international engagement and campus diversity—from the university’s founding to today.