Guidelines for Faculty
Working, studying, and collaborating internationally offer benefits and opportunities that are crucial to a world-class university such as Cornell—but the landscape can be unpredictable and overwhelming. Cornell provides requirements, recommendations, and resources that apply to work with foreign collaborators generally, whether in Ithaca, New York City, or abroad.
The vice provost for international affairs and the vice provost for research issue a message to faculty about work with foreign collaborators, at home and abroad.
Cornell issues guidelines to support faculty members in creating and sustaining ethical relationships and collaborations with partners outside the United States.