Laidlaw scholars at Cornell gain global perspectives
By Megan DeMint, Global Cornell

The Laidlaw Scholars Program, hosted at Cornell by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, trains early undergraduates in international research and leadership and sends them out into the world for hands-on experiences.

Here, four current Laidlaw scholars share their summer research or leadership in action experiences. Apply by January 30 to join next year’s cohort of Laidlaw scholars.

Dana Oshiro ’24
Dana Oshiro spent the summer in Hanoi, Vietnam, working with Supporting Community Development Initiatives (SCDI), VinUniversity and Cornell’s David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement to combat adverse childhood events like poverty, abuse, neglect and substance abuse. Oshiro’s group developed and proposed an intervention method that used storytelling to help mitigate the effects of these events.

Read the full article in the Cornell Chronicle