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Faculty and Students on the War in Ukraine

Thursday, March 17, 2022 at 4:30pm to 6:30pm

Virtual Event

Experts, Experiences, and Discussion

Hosted by Global Cornell, this virtual forum gives Cornell faculty, staff, and students a time to come together, learn more about the unprovoked invasionand stand with the Ukrainian people.

Join scholars based in Ukraine, and Cornell faculty and students, as they speak about how the Russian invasion of Ukraine threatens lives, the post–Cold War international order, and the stability of the global economy. Following a panel discussion, participants will connect in breakout rooms, share experiences, and receive further resources. 

Faculty in Ukraine

  • Tymofii Brik (Professor and wartime Acting Vice President of International Affairs, Kyiv School of Economics)
  • Yuliya Bidenko (Associate Professor, Political Science, Karazin Kharkiv University)
  • Natalia Kudriavtseva (Professor, Translation and Slavic Studies, Kryvyi Rih State University)

Cornell Faculty

  • Matthew Evangelista (Professor, Department of Government/A&S)
  • Cristina Florea (Assistant Professor, Department of History/A&S)
  • Steve Israel (Director, Institute of Politics and Global Affairs/BPP; Professor of Practice, Department of Government/A&S)
  • Stephen Yale-Loehr (Migrations faculty fellow; Professor of Immigration Law Practice/Cornell Law)
  • Eswar Prasad (Tolani Senior Professor of Trade Policy, Dyson/JCB/CALS)
  • Bryn Rosenfeld (Assistant Professor, Department of Government/A&S)

Cornell Community Members

  • Ivan Kosyuk (Operations Research and Information Engineering, MEng ’22)
  • Olaf de Rohan Willner (Computer Science and Government/A&S ’24)
  • Olga Zimina (Postdoctoral Associate, School of Integrative Plant Science/CALS)

This event is open to the Cornell community only and intended as a protected space for learning and discussion. NetID authentication is required to register and attend. Please register with your Cornell NetID email address (not an alias email address).

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