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, The Voice of America

Stephen Yale-Loehr, professor of immigration law, says the Biden administration is between “a rock and a hard place.

, Cornell Chronicle

A new interactive map that shows immigration-law service providers across all of Upstate New York launched today, May 8. The map is the result of a collaboration between Cornell Law School’s Farmworker Legal Assistance Clinic and the Immigrant Advocates Response Collaborative (I-ARC).

, Cornell Chronicle

From a sociologist accused of treason to a political cartoonist to an Afghan artist, displaced scholars fleeing conflicts in their home countries have found refuge at Cornell, which has hosted more Institute of International Education scholar and artist fellows than any other university in the world.

, Axios

María Cristina García, professor of history, notes that Americans had the same complaints about immigrants 50 years ago.

, Cornell Law School

Professors Jaclyn Kelley-Widmer and Stephen Yale-Loehr have secured a $1.5 million grant from Crankstart for their groundbreaking initiative, the Path2Papers project. Housed at Cornell Law School, this new nonprofit venture helps DACA recipients in the San Francisco Bay Area pursue work visas and other pathways to legal permanent residency. Cornell DACA recipients can also receive consults through this project.

, A&S Communications

At Cornell’s Johnson Museum of Art, the work of renowned artist Guadalupe Maravilla is on display in the same space as that of Ingrid Hernandez-Franco, a Salvadoran woman whose asylum case was championed by a Cornell professor and her students.

, Cornell Law School

Recently, Cornell Law students and faculty in the 1L Immigration Law and Advocacy Clinic traveled to the Buffalo Federal Detention Facility in Batavia, New York. 

, 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.