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, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art

The work of Migrations visiting artist Guadalupe Maravilla, "Armonía de la Esfera" (Harmony of the Sphere), is showing at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum through June 9.

Learn more about the ways we support artists who examine migration topics in their work.

, Cornell CALS

Meet Eliana Amoh ’26, an undergraduate student in Global Development whose research explores youth development, educational equity, and economic migration. 

, Cornell Chronicle

McKenzie Carrier '24, an undergraduate migrations scholar, has been selected as a junior fellow of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and will spend next year conducting research with the organization in Washington, D.C. 

, The Hill

Marielena Hincapié, immigration scholar at the Cornell Law School, talks about work permits for undocumented immigrants.

, Boston Globe

Steven Yale-Loehr, professor of immigration law, discusses a 2021 memo that limits enforcement priorities to migrants posing a threat to national security, public security, or border security.

, Cornell Chronicle

When infected birds migrate through an area or farm, they can contaminate water or food sources with the virus. This is likely how the cows first encountered the virus. 

, Diverse Education

This article discusses "Freedom on the Move," a free and open repository of “runaway slave” ads placed in newspapers in the 1700s and 1800s, maintained by Cornell and partner universities.

, Cornell Chronicle

Journalist Kate Aronoff and security expert Joshua Busby meet for the Lund Critical Debate to discuss equity in our shared climate crisis. Attend in person or by livestream on April 11.

Rachel Bezner Kerr, Institute for African Development director and professor of global development in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, will moderate the conversation on how global efforts to respond to climate change can promote greater equity and make life better for the most vulnerable individuals, groups and nations.  

, The Chronicle of Higher Education

Stephen Yale-Loehr, a professor of law at Cornell University who specializes in immigration law, questioned SB 846’s legality. “The U.S. constitution provides due process and equal protection to everyone in the U.S., not just citizens,” he wrote in an email to The Chronicle. “This Florida law clearly violates those rights by barring certain international students and professors from conducting academic research.”

, Cornell Chronicle

On April 8, the shadow of a total solar eclipse will race across North America. At the same time, researchers from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and partners will be hurrying to measure the impact of daytime darkness on the movements of birds, bats and insects – flying creatures that are very attuned to changes in light levels.