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Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies


 

170 Uris Hall
(607) 255-6370
einaudi.cornell.edu
 

The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies is Cornell’s hub for campus engagement and global thinking and action. The Einaudi Center has helped students and scholars across borders of language, culture, nationality, and academic discipline for more than half a century. Today Cornell is one of the most international universities in the world. 

Eight regional and thematic programs are the heart of the Einaudi Center. Our programs promote new ways of understanding peoples and places. Two programs – the Southeast Asia Program and South Asia Program – are U.S. Department of Education Title VI National Resource Centers (NRCs) and two programs – the Latin American Studies Program and the Institute for African Development – received the U.S. Department of Education Title VI Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language (UISFL) grant.

Our faculty and students work across disciplinary lines to tackle some of the world’s most pressing problems. The Einaudi Center spearheads research on transnational challenges including inequalities and justice, migrations, and democratic resilience. It sponsors faculty fellows, postdoctoral fellows, and visiting scholars and practitioners; awards research and travel grants to faculty and students; organizes conferences, lectures, workshops, debates, and other events; produces podcasts, books, journals, and other publications; offers undergraduate and graduate minors; provides undergraduate international internships and research fellowships; manages a doctoral dissertation proposal development program; and provides materials and assistance to educators across New York State. The center works across campus to internationalize Cornell’s research, teaching, and outreach.

The Einaudi Center’s signature events include the annual Bartels World Affairs Lecture, which brings distinguished international figures to campus to speak on global topics and meet with Cornell students and faculty, and the Lund Critical Debate Series. Most of the Einaudi Center’s programs also host weekly seminars and other events throughout the academic year.

The Einaudi Center supports and offers eight minors for undergraduate and graduate students, including international relations, migration studies, East Asian studies, European studies, Latin American studies, peace studies and peace science, South Asian studies, and Southeast Asian studies. 

The Einaudi Center administers the Laidlaw Undergraduate Leadership and Research Program, the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, and the Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad awards. The South and Southeast Asia Programs administer the Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) program, which help graduate and undergraduate students become fluent in less commonly taught languages.

Through its National Resource Centers and area study programs, the Einaudi Center provides educators at K–12 public schools, community colleges, four-year colleges and universities in New York State with resources, activities, and special events related to Africa, East Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, South Asia, and Southeast Asia.

Additional Information


Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies
Rachel Beatty Riedl, director
170 Uris Hall
(607) 255-6370
einaudi_center@einaudi.cornell.edu
einaudi.cornell.edu

Comparative Muslim Societies Program (CMSP)
Eric Tagliacozzo, director
170 Uris Hall
(607) 255-6370
einaudi_center@einaudi.cornell.edu
cmsp.einaudi.cornell.edu

East Asia Program (EAP)
Andrea Bachner, director
140 Uris Hall
(607) 255-6222
eap@cornell.edu
eap.einaudi.cornell.edu

Institute for African Development (IAD)
N’Dri Thérèse Assié-Lumumba, director
190 Uris Hall
(607) 255-6849
ciad@cornell.edu
iad.einaudi.cornell.edu

Institute for European Studies (IES)
Mabel Berezin, director
120 Uris Hall
(607) 255-5854
ies@cornell.edu
ies.einaudi.cornell.edu

Latin American Studies Program (LASP)
Ernesto Bassi, director
190 Uris Hall
(607) 255-1468
lacs@cornell.edu
lacs.einaudi.cornell.edu

Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS)
Sarah Kreps, director
130 Uris Hall
(607) 255-2032
pacs@einaudi.cornell.edu
pacs.einaudi.cornell.edu

South Asia Program (SAP)
Iftikhar Dadi, director
170 Uris Hall
(607) 255-8493
sap@cornell.edu
sap.einaudi.cornell.edu

Southeast Asia Program (SEAP)
Thomas Pepinsky, director
180 Uris Hall
(607) 255-2378
seap@cornell.edu
seap.einaudi.cornell.edu