Initiatives

Bartels World Affairs Fellowship

The Henry E. and Nancy Horton Bartels World Affairs Fellowship, established in 1984, brings to campus persons international public figures to meet with students and deliver a public lecture.

Cornell International Education Network (CIEN)

The network provides a forum for staff and faculty members involved in international education at Cornell, including those who work with the international students and scholars or U.S. students who study abroad.

Distinguished Speaker Series

Each year, the series welcomes to campus speakers who have a position of prominence in international affairs and can address topical issues from a variety of perspectives.

Faith, Hope, and Knowledge

Faith, Hope, and Knowledge: Interfaith Dialogues for Global Justice and Peace is a joint initiative of the Einaudi Center and Cornell United Religious Work.

International faculty database

This searchable database provides information about Cornell faculty whose research or teaching interests engage with global issues.

International faculty fellows

Fellows contribute to the intellectual life of the center by hosting workshops, interacting with international programs, and working across disciplines to foster cross-college connections.

International Relations Minor

The IRM is an interdisciplinary program open to undergraduates enrolled in any of Cornell's undergraduate colleges.

Internationalization

The Einaudi Center supports a multi-pronged, campus-wide effort to make Cornell a top 10 global university.

Lund Critical Debate Series

The center typically hosts one debate each academic year, with two to three outside experts and a Cornell faculty member serving as moderator. 

Postdoctoral fellows

The center seeks to attract outstanding junior scholars from all over the world whose work demonstrates excellence in the fields of foreign policy, security, and diplomacy, and addresses questions of lasting importance.

Practitioner in Residence

The program was launched to strengthen the Einaudi Center’s connections with policy-makers and those who are engaged with international affairs outside of academia.

Publications

The Einaudi Center publishes books, e-books, working papers, and other materials that emerge from the work of its affiliated faculty members, working groups, and other collaborative ventures.

Resources for educators

The Einaudi Center offers workshops and conferences as well as a lending library, teaching materials, afterschool language programs, a newsletter, and other resources for K-12 and community college teachers who wish to expand their international offerings.

Roundtable Discussion Series

Roundtable discussions address issues in global affairs that cut across disciplinary areas and/or regions of the world. These forums are open to faculty, visiting scholars, students and the local community.