New Series Features Scholars Under Threat Alumni
Now at Florida State, Gündoğan says his time as an IIE-SRF fellow in Einaudi's Institute for European studies was a "catapult that launched me."
Mostafa Minawi, faculty director of our Critical Ottoman and Post-Ottoman Studies initiative, wins the 2023 Albert Hourani Book Award from the Middle...
Join a project with a global practitioner, connect with faculty conducting international research, or work for a business or NGO in one of our Global...
Undergraduate Research and Leadership
Laidlaw "allowed me to be intensely involved with my professor’s research," says Eli Newell ’24. Meet the scholars and find out how to apply.
Fellowships Support Students Learning Uncommon Languages
PhD students Frances Cayton and Jarvis Fisher received Einaudi fellowships to study “rare and distinctive” modern languages. Apply now!
Daniel Alpert, CRADLE
"Resolving an unusual problem requires an unusual solution. The Fed should immediately reverse course and buy mortgage securities to help moderate...
Speak Up for Global Free Speech
Make your voice heard as a student leader in Cornell's freedom of expression theme year. We welcome applications from writers, scholars, activists and...
Scholars Under Threat Find Home at Einaudi
IIE CEO Allan Goodman: "In crisis after crisis, this university has opened its doors to scholars and made them feel that they belong."
Natasha Raheja, SAP
Natasha Raheja, assistant professor of anthropology, discusses the history of New York City's manhole covers.
Trump Eyes Radical Immigration Shift If Elected in 2024, Promising Mass Deportations and iIdeological Screenings
Stephen Yale-Loehr, Migrations
"It would be a significant change," says professor of immigration law Stephen Yale-Loehr of the possibility of Trump's 2024 campaign promises being...