Alumni volunteers, in more than 50 world areas, work in concert with the Office of International Alumni Relations to support the continued success of fellow Cornellians and that of our alma mater. Whether you are new to the area or traveling through, please feel free to reach out to these Cornell Clubs/interest group contacts to learn about happenings in the local Cornell community.
Asia-Pacific: East Asia
Asia-Pacific: South Asia
Asia-Pacific: Southeast Asia & Oceania
EMEA: Middle East
Latin America & Caribbean
Cornell Hotel Society (CHS) International Chapters
30+ Cornell Hotel Society (CHS) chapters are found outside of the US and Canada. As the alumni association of the School of Hotel Administration, CHS’ objective of the Society is to promote the interests of Cornell University, the Hotel School, alumni, administrators, faculty and students. The Society also promotes fellowship, networking, education, recruitment, career management, development, and financial assistance to students at the School, professionalism, and training in the hospitality industry.
Johnson Regional Alumni Clubs (scroll to the bottom for international)
In partnership with the Johnson School office of Alumni Affairs, Johnson Alumni support over 20+ international alumni clubs and special interest groups. If you live in any of these locations we encourage you to reach out to your local alumni club or contact to see how you can get involved or attend an event.
Cornell International Lawyers Alumni Network (CILAN)
CILAN aims to foster community and diversity within all levels of the international legal profession and harness the collective power of Cornell affiliated international lawyers.
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Bangalore – Karan Javaji ’14
Mumbai – Rishabh Gupta ’06
New Delhi – Aishani Bansal ’13
Melbourne/Victoria – James Hay, MBA ’93
Sydney/New South Wales – Harry Chiam ’85
Hanoi – Ha Dang, MPS ’10
Ho Chi Minh City/Saigon – Son Dang, MArch ’10
British Columbia– Shawn Ning, MEng ’13
Kitchener-Waterloo – Terry Gage ’84
Ottawa-Gatineau – Tony Wohlfarth, MILR ’80
United Kingdom, London