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by Brenna Fitzgerald, SEAP Communications and Outreach Coordinator

As featured in the Spring 2021 SEAP Bulletin, this article recounts the early years of SEAP Outreach with its mission to share Southeast Asian culture...

Deadline extended to June 18!

The deadline to propose a GETSEA mini-course has been extended to June 18, 2021!

Initiative 29 Features Tao Leigh Goffe

Journey through time with Tao Leigh Goffe as she uncovers her story at the intersection of Black and Chinese culture. Watch for free on YouTube.

Kaushik Basu, SAP

Kaushik Basu (Carl Marks Professor of International Studies/SAP) writes this opinion piece about the looming economic crisis for poor countries and...
The Institute for European Studies celebrates the success of the graduating students in the Class of 2021 who completed the European Studies minor.
We are thrilled to share some historical photos submitted by alumni and featured in the Spring 2021 SEAP Bulletin highlighting sweet memories of the...
Videos of the 2020-2021 SAP Seminar Series, as well as several past events, are now available on the SAP YouTube playlist.

Harrop and Ruth Freeman Prize in Peace Studies

The Freeman Prize goes to a Cornell graduating senior who has demonstrated a commitment to working for world peace. This year’s winner is Margaret...

Naomi Egel, PACS Fellow

“The Reppy Institute’s support made it possible for me to focus exclusively on my research, and I was able to make significant progress on my...

Cornell Responds to Rise in Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes

President Pollack's statement highlights reported bias incidents on campus amid ongoing tensions in the Middle East.