Klarman fellow: How do past events affect the political present?

Anil Menon is researching the political legacies of forced migration, which is on the rise globally due to climate change and conflict.

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Marketization in Europe worsens worker conditions

A new book explores how European markets function, who creates, shapes and organizes them, and what they mean for the relationship between labor and capital.

‘Everything changed’: reuniting families fractured by opioids

Cornell researchers and parent educators are identifying how the opioid crisis has ravaged New York state families and the solutions that help parents and children reunify.

Local floodplain home buyouts can inform federal plans

Cornell researchers compared federal floodplain home buyout policies with regional programs, showing that local strategies may make these acquisitions more equitable and effective.

Food pantry access worth billions nationally, study finds

Research by Cornell and the U.S. Department of Agriculture offers the first estimates of food pantries' economic value to families, highlighting their important role in addressing food insecurity.

Iceland president visit to showcase sustainability, affinity

Although geographically remote, Cornell and Iceland are close in spirit, an affinity that will be on display when the president of Iceland, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, visits Cornell’s Ithaca campus Nov. 10-11.

Cornell-led election survey seeks to improve science of polls

The federally funded 2022 Collaborative Midterm Survey aims to provide the most comprehensive understanding of this year’s midterm elections on Nov. 8, while advancing the science of survey research.

Nexus Scholar applications open for summer 2023

The program matches undergraduate students with summer opportunities to work side by side with faculty from across the college.

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Experts will offer day-after election analysis

Tracy Mitrano JD '95 will be the moderator of a panel discussion on the 2022 midterm elections, held the day after the voting at the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy. The in-person event features three prominent Cornell political scientists. 

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