The Center for the Study of Inequality (CSI) serves as the intellectual hub for inequality scholarship and research at Cornell. It supports research and knowledge that is evidence-based and systematic, whether it is “basic” research that develops formal models of the social processes that underpin inequality or “applied” research that assesses the intended or unintended consequences of policies that affect equality of opportunity.
Mar’Quon Frederick, a government major, will spend the summers of 2022 and 2023 in the Institute for Responsible Citizenship's Washington Program.Read More
On Cornell’s eighth Giving Day, held March 16, 15,905 alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents and friends from more than 80 countries made gifts totaling a record-breaking $12,268,629.Read More
Prof. Jerel Ezell comments on the EPA's announcement of new air and water monitoring and enforcement.Read More
A $5 million alumni gift will help to support doctoral students in humanities fields within the College of Arts & Sciences.Read More
Advancing research for the future
In 2016, CSI was honored to have received a 10 million dollar grant from The Atlantic Philanthropies, created by Charles F. Feeney ’56. The funding was designated to advance inequality research at Cornell University. Read the full story here.