The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies is a place for faculty, postdocs, and students engaged in international research and learning to connect and find partnerships on campus, in our region, or around the world. No matter where you are in your academic career, Einaudi offers opportunities that will spur new ideas and give you the chance to come together with others interested in similar issues.
The Einaudi Center’s grants seed faculty-led international research, conferences, and collaborations. Tenured and tenure-track faculty members from any program, center, college, or school are eligible.
The Einaudi Center offers funding opportunities for undergraduates and graduates. Einaudi funding can help you understand people and places around the world, study foreign languages, travel for international research projects, and more.
The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program is a program of the U.S. Department of State that enables American students enrolled at U.S.
LACS offers conference grants up to $500 to fund travel to graduate students to present at conferences.
The Department of Asian Studies provides opportunities to spend part of winter break or a summer in
The Einaudi Center’s Global Public Voices advocacy initiative promotes Cornell faculty’s public engagement on campus, in national debates, and around the world.
SEAP provides up to $500 grants to fund travel to present at conferences.
The Michael C. Latham Travel Award provides Cornell graduate students enrolled in a development-related field with travel support for conferences within the continental United States.
LACS will offer up to three research grants to qualified graduate students who need to conduct field research over the summer of 2021.
Up to $1,500 each.
If you are a rising senior who is interested in doing field work in Latin America or the Caribbean for your undergraduate senior thesis, and have discussed it with your advisor, come
The Lourdes Benería Award for summer field research helps fund students studying gender and planning in Latin America or the Caribbean.
The Institute for African Development (IAD) mini-grant funds innovative community development projects in Africa. Proposals should demonstrate a clear community support measure. Local communities must be engaged in the planning, implementation, and sustainability of the proposed projects.