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, Cornell Chronicle

The Migrations initiative has won a three-year, $5 million grant that will bring together scholars across the university and beyond to study the links between racism, dispossession, and migration. Research, teaching, and community engagement supported by the grant will “respond to historical and ongoing nativist and racialized violence in the U.S. by turning the university into a living laboratory."

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New Approaches

Learn more about the research, teaching, and engagement activities that we are using to transform our approaches to the issues of Migrations—and influence policy, practice, and leadership worldwide.

How International Law Can Protect Migrants

Ian Kysel

Human Rights Expert Advocates for Migrants and Refugees

How the Seas Shape Civilizations

Eric Tagliacozzo

Historian of Water Studies the Movement of People

Power, Inequality, and Immigrant Worker Rights

Shannon Gleeson

Labor Relations Expert Examines What Works, What Doesn’t

How Global Actions Can Benefit Multiple Ecosystems

Amanda D. Rodewald

Ecologist Studies Bird Migration, Biodiversity, Environment, Communities

Ancestral Migrations Stopped at Fencelines

Steven A. Osofsky

Wildlife Veterinarian Builds One Health Partnerships — and Solutions