AS student spends summer building bridges in U.S.-China relationsZhangmin Abigail Chen ‘19, a College Scholar focusing on government and China Asia-Pacific studies, is pursuing her interests in international affairs and non-profit management as an intern at the Carter Center’s China Program this summer.
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Senior Spotlight: Stacy Ndlovu '16
Graduating government major, Stacy Ndlovu, explains why her "most profound turning point" at Cornell was an international relations class with Professor Peter Katzenstein. Explore more profiles of Government majors in the links below:
In fractious times, we reaffirm core principles. The Government Department at Cornell studies and teaches about intolerance, but will not practice it. We write about xenophobia and bigotry, but will not pretend they only exist elsewhere. We research racism, homophobia, and misogyny, but will not permit them to pass unchallenged. Our role as academics has never been inconsistent with our duty as citizens, and we pledge to honor the rich diversity of our students, staff, and faculty. Those who come to us—as students, co-workers, and colleagues—must be free to learn and live without fear, and we urge the administration to declare—promptly and forcefully—that Cornell is a sanctuary campus.