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Migrations Initiative Brown Bag Seminar Series

Monday, November 11, 2019 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Ives Hall, 281 (Doherty Lounge)
B07 Tower Rd, Ithaca, NY 14853, USA

Join us for the first Brown Bag Seminar Series of the Migrations Initiative! We will have two faculty speakers with us to discuss the topic of migrations from different perspectives.

Faculty speakers:

Stephen Yale-Loehr | Professor of Immigration Law Practice

"Immigration Points Systems: What the United States Can Learn from Other Countries"

Christopher P. Dunn | Director of Cornell Botanic Gardens

"Climate Change as a Driver of Extinctions: Implications for Human Migrations"

The Migrations Initiative at Cornell University aims to cultivate collaborations that advance science, scholarship, teaching, outreach, and engagement in ways that generate new insights into critical problems. We wish to provide a stronger evidentiary basis for policy and to place Cornell University at the forefront of migration studies around the world. 

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Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Law School, Cornell Botanic Gardens, Migrations


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Claudia Ro

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Stephen Yale-Loehr (Law), Christopher Dunn (Botanic Gardens)

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Migrations Initiative

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A light lunch will be served

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