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Byline: Megan DeMint

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Laidlaw scholars at Cornell gain global perspectives

Four current Laidlaw scholars share their summer research or leadership in action experiences.
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Iceland president: ‘Turn smallness into strength’

During a highlight of a two-day visit to Cornell, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson discussed his country’s commitment to peace, diversity and science-based climate solutions during a sold-out lecture held Nov. 10.
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Migrations grants fund worldwide interdisciplinary projects

Cornell faculty and their community partners will tell the stories of local migrant farmworkers, use documentary film to better understand climate change and dispossession, learn how migratory birds are affected by drug trafficking and more.
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Caribbean studies finds home at Einaudi Center

In addition to changing its name, the program – celebrating its 60th year – has renewed and expanded its commitment to the study of the Caribbean cultures, places and people.
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Nyabola to speak at Race and Racism Across Borders event

Writer, activist and political analyst Nanjala Nyabola will discuss her upcoming book, Travelling while Black: Essays Inspired by a Life on the Move, as part of Global Cornell’s Race and Racism Across Borders webinar on April 12.
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Migrations grants to fund research on racism, dispossession

Proposals are due April 15 for a new cycle of grants from the Migrations initiative, seeking to support work in migrations-related research, pedagogy and engagement with a specific focus on racism and dispossession.