Migrations

Researching, Teaching, and Building for a World on the Move

 

Man standing on meadow during day time

Our world is increasingly in motion. The unprecedented pace, scale, and complexity of movement on our planet—of humans, plants, and animals—presents challenges and opportunities that play out across local, regional, national, and international scales.

Cornell University’s Migrations Global Grand Challenge aims to cultivate new collaborations that advance science, scholarship, teaching, outreach, and engagement to generate new insights into the critical needs of a world on the move.

In partnership with the migrations initiative, the Einaudi Center is offering faculty and postdoctoral funding opportunities to support innovative research. Our goal is to promote dialogue across disciplines on the topic of migrations, broadly conceived.

 

A Cornell Global Grand Challenge: Call for Faculty Fellows

The Einaudi Center, in partnership with the Migrations Global Grand Challenge, seeks two PI-eligible Cornell faculty fellows to lead a newly established Migrations Lab. More details are available on the Call for Faculty Fellows page. To apply, please submit the faculty fellow application.

Deadline to apply: December 16, 2019 at 11:59 EDT

 

A Cornell Global Grand Challenge: Call for Postdoctoral Fellows

The Einaudi Center, in partnership with the Migrations Global Grand Challenge, announces a global call for two external postdoctoral fellows (those who received their PhD from Cornell are not eligible) to join its newly established Migrations Lab. The two-year fellowship will support innovative, interdisciplinary research on migrations, broadly conceived as the movement of people, plants, or animals. More details are available on the Call for Postdoctoral Fellows page. To apply, please submit the postdoctoral fellow application.

Deadline to apply: January 15, 2020 at 11:59 EDT

 

If you have  questions about the program or the application process, please contact Jason Hecht, the Einaudi Center’s associate director for academic programming.