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Go Global Ed Podcast

Thank you to the International and Foreign Language Education (IFLE) office for talking to us about our UISFL grant on their new Go Global Ed podcast!...

Global Public Voices Fellows Cross Colleges and the World

With a focus on inequalities and social justice, this year’s fellows—including 16 Cornell faculty—will bring informed perspectives to the news.

Seed Grant Applications Due Oct. 29

Einaudi's seed grants support faculty-led international research, activities, and events. Find out more.

African Continental Free Trade Agreement: Promises and Perils

October  29, 2021 @10:00am (EST)  2:00pm (GMT) Register  Launched on January 1, 2021, the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Agreement...

Ed Mabaya, IAD

In this op-ed, Ed Mabaya, research professor in the Department of Global Development, shares Africa's unique contributions to global food, from $40...

Challenges and Solution to Climate Change in Africa

“Climate change is having a growing impact on the African continent, hitting the most vulnerable hardest, and contributing to food insecurity,...

EMPOWERING WOMEN AND THE YOUTH THROUGH ENHANCED GUINEA FOWL PRODUCTION AND...

The overall goal is to increase guinea fowl productivity in two selected communities (Yua and Sirigu) in order to improve food security, reduce...

African Continental Free Trade Agreement: Promises and Perils

Africa has about 12% of the world’s oil reserves, 42% of its gold, 80%–90% of chromium and platinum group metals, and 60% of arable land in addition...

Climate Research to Reduce Global Impacts

Students and recent alumni joined faculty-led research last summer to reduce climate threats in Haiti, East Africa, and Tajikistan.

Christopher Barrett, IAD/SEAP

“If loss of in-person schooling and child care keeps people out of the labor market so they aren’t earning money, then it causes increased food...