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Cornell Educational Resources in International Studies
The Cornell Einaudi Center for International Studies in partnership with Area Programs is committed to extending its resources to the wider community. Outreach programs in International Studies offer post-secondary conferences, professional development opportunities for teachers, public programming, business workshops, speakers bureaus, and much more.
Cornell in Rome, AAP
The Cornell in Rome program in the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning provides students with a submersive experience in Italian culture to study art, architecture, or urban planning in the context of the city.
Cornell's Adult University (CAU)
Cornell's Adult University (CAU), which, in addition to its on-campus summer programs, offers educational trips around the globe during the four seasons of the year. In this manner Cornellians and friends of the University not only deepen their knowledge and understanding of world cultures, but also serve as ambassadors for the University. Recent study-tour destinations have included Russia, India, East Asia, Tanzania, New Zealand, Peru, and the Galapagos. The subject of numerous articles over the years, CAU is regularly highlighted in Arthur Frommer_s print and online travel guides.
Cornell-Michigan-Penn Sevilla Program
The Area Studies Programs at Cornell have been awarded federal funding to support Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships. This Title VI program of the U.S. Department of Education provides academic year and summer fellowships to Cornell and other institutions of higher education to assist graduate students in foreign language and area or international studies.
French Studies Program
The French Studies Program has been established thanks to a grant from the Cultural Services of the French Embassy designating Cornell University as a Centre Interdisciplinaire, and with the support of the College of Arts and Sciences. It has a double mission: one academic, the other as a resource center for teachers of French in upstate New York.
The Fiske Icelandic Collection, located in the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library, is the largest repository of works on Iceland and on Nordic medieval studies in North America. The collection, which Cornell University Library acquired in 1905, contains over 32,000 titles in a variety of European languages and in diverse media, from vellum and paper manuscripts to CD-ROMs. The Fiske Icelandic Collection is particularly rich in printed works of contemporary Icelandic belles lettres, medieval sagas, and literary criticism of the latter.
ILR/UCD Semester in Dublin Program
The ILR/UCD Semester in Dublin Program is the first initiative in what is intended to be a comprehensive educational and professional collaboration between the ILR School at Cornell University and the Industrial Relations and Human Resources Group of the School of Business at University College Dublin. The program_s purpose is to afford eligible ILR juniors and seniors opportunities to enhance their understanding of various international dimensions of the field of industrial and labor relations through courses taught by leading scholars at one of Europe_s most vibrant and dynamic universities. The curriculum, which places a special emphasis on illuminating the most important issues of work and workplace relations affecting the 27 member nations of the world_s largest trading bloc, the European Union, is a joint design of ILR and UCD faculty members.
Institute for European Studies (NRC)
The Institute for European Studies promotes and co-ordinates multidisciplinary curricula, research projects, initiatives, and events centering on Europe to both broaden the Cornell community's view of Europe and to make the study of European languages, culture, and society an integral part of graduate and undergraduate education.
Institute for German Cultural Studies
Through the Institute for German Cultural Studies, Cornell students and faculty members from various fields, as well outside scholars and intellectuals, participate in transdisciplinary study, discussion, and exploration of German culture.
Master in European Business (MEB) for ILR Seniors
ILR seniors now have an opportunity to earn a one-year Master in European Business from one of the world's top business schools. The program includes two semesters of study, each at a different campus of the European School of Management (Paris, London, Madrid, Berlin, Torino) or partner institutions in India (MDI Gurgaon), Thailand (AIT) Bangkok and Mexico (ITESM Monterrey). Coursework is followed by a 12-week internship in the country of the student’s choice. This program builds on an existing and successful partnership between the ILR School and the ESCP-EAP European School of Management. Graduate students at both institutions have had an opportunity to participate in a dual degree program at the graduate level. The MEB program now offers ILR seniors the chance to enroll after completing your ILR degree.
Netherlandic Language and Cultural Studies
The Netherlandic Language and Cultural Studies program has a history dating as far back as WWII. The program aims to provide Cornell students, faculty and staff as well as students from colleges and High Schools of the Upstate New York Region with skills and knowledge of Dutch and Flemish.
New German Critique
A leading journal of German studies, produced by the Cornell German Studies department, that covers issues ranging from twentieth century social and political theory to film and art.
Slavic and East European Collections
The Slavic and East European Collections contain over 300,000 volumes, both in vernacular languages of the area and in Western European languages. East European language holdings are about 56% Russian, 13% Polish, 8% Czech and Slovak, 10% Serbian, Croatian, and Serbo-Croatian, 5% Ukrainian and Belorussian. The remaining 8% consists of Bulgarian, Hungarian, Romanian, and other Eastern European languages. The overall collection grows by more than 10,000 items per year.