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Molding global citizens

Tom Pepinsky looks to the world to find lessons for home

By Linda Copman, Global Cornell

Healthy soil, healthy communities

Rachel Bezner Kerr tackles malnutrition in Africa

By Linda Copman, Global Cornell

Cornell in Turin cited for study of model community center

Students and faculty in the Cornell in Turin program were recognized for their work in Turin’s San Salvario neighborhood as part of their research into migration and immigrant services in Italy.

Alan S. Blinder Named 2016 Bartels World Affairs Fellow

The Henry E. and Nancy Horton Bartels World Affairs Fellowship was established in 1984 to bring prominent international leaders to Cornell. Economist Alan S. Blinder of Princeton University gave the 2016 Bartels Lecture on April 19, 2016.

Adam Posen to discuss the independence of central banks

On April 18, Adam Posen, President of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, will deliver a lecture titled, “Central Bank Independence after the Inflation is Gone”. The lecture is a part of the Einaudi Center’s Foreign Policy Distinguished Speaker Series.

Einaudi Center welcomes Ambassador Brahimi as International Practitioner-in-Residence Fellow

Ambassador Lakhdar Brahimi is the inaugural fellow in the Einaudi Center’s International Practitioner-in-Residence Program. He has led a distinguished diplomatic career negotiating peace and resolving conflicts between and within nations.

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