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Shadi Atallah Integrates Biology and Economics to Advance Sustainable Agriculture

10 Under 10 honoree Shadi Atallah, a professor of agricultural and consumer economics, is a teacher, mentor, academic leader, and scientific advisor.

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Protecting Livestock and Livelihoods

Cornell dissertations launch a long-term data and economics project to predict and prevent livestock loss and reduce poverty among African herders.

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Dirty Cooking Fuels Pose Major Threat to Infants in India

Dyson School professors Basu and Chau quantify the impact of cooking fuel choice on indoor air pollution and early childhood mortality in India.

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In Memoriam: Richard T. Curtis

Richard T. Curtis, beloved senior lecturer at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, passed away June 9, 2024.

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Student Launches Online Marketplace for Ski and Snowboard Gear

Dylan Seale ’25 (Dyson School) debuts an online ecosystem for entrepreneurs in the winter sportswear and gear industry.

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The cost of silence: Financial stress mutes couples’ communication

Dyson and Johnson school researchers found evidence that financial stress plays a significant role in hindering communication between partners about finances.

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Properly fitting face masks can help block particulate pollution

Research co-authored by Dyson Dean Jinhua Zhao provides new findings about the value of masks that fit snugly around the face and how human behavior affects their efficacy.

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Faculty, Staff Win 2024 SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence

The Dyson School’s Harry Kaiser was honored for his service and Reza Moghimi was honored for his teaching methods.

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No, China Is Not Buying Up All US Farmland

Research coauthored by Dyson’s Wendong Zhang shows federally classified “adversary” countries held only 1% of foreign-owned farmland as of 2020.