Rachel Bezner Kerr and collaborators in Malawi

Healthy Soil, Healthy Communities

New Faculty Fellow Rachel Bezner Kerr tackles malnutrition in Africa

Pepinsky teaching

Molding Global Citizens

New Faculty Fellow Tom Pepinsky looks to the world to find lessons for home


The Changing Politics of Central Banking

Conference connects social scientists with bank officials

Indonesian children

Video: Cornell Modern Indonesia Project

SE Asia Program initiative celebrates six decades of impact



Andreas Wüst lecture May 2
Seeking a niche in a multipolar world
Talk capped central banking conference

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Two new faculty fellows named

Sociologist Rachel Bezner Kerr and political scientist Thomas Pepinsky are the Einaudi Center's International Faculty Fellows for 2016-19.

Lecture to explore German integration challenges

German immigration official Andreas Wüst will speak about "The Refugee Crisis and Beyond: Challenges to Germany's Immigration and Integration Policies" in the Lewis Auditorium in Goldwin Smith Hall on May 2 from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m.

Fund strengthens ties between Oxford, Cornell

Supported by the Brettschneider Fund, mathematician and Merton College warden Sir Martin Taylor came to Ithaca to fortify the partnership between the two universities.

Article: Internationalizing Cornell

In a piece for the Institute of International Education, Provost’s Fellow David R. Lee, the Einaudi Center’s Heike Michelsen, and Marina Markot of Cornell Abroad discuss Cornell’s internationalization grants and research collaborations. 

Students explore legal system in South Africa

Enrollees in Prof. Muna Ndulo’s course “Law and Social Change: Comparative Law in Africa” travelled to Johannesburg to study the legal system first-hand.

Reppy Institute hosts peace & conflict conference

Cornell doctoral students in history, government, and anthropology met with counterparts from across the country to share interdisciplinary research on peace and conflict.