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Keep up to date with Hotelies, hospitality education, and industry at large with these stories and updates from the Nolan School.

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Have Fun: Leaving Product Promotions To Chance Has Benefits

Research by the Nolan School’s Alexander Fulmer ’15 found that consumers prefer chance in selecting some products to promote vs. traditional methods.

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Amanda Friedman Creates Concepts, Services, and Products that Make People Smile

10 Under 10 honoree Amanda Friedman oversees design, construction, and development of brand standards for SAMBAZON Açaí Bowls.

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2024 Graduates Reflect On Their Cornell Experience

Congratulations to the class of 2024! Cornell SC Johnson College of Business Graduates share their most memorable moments and learnings

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Katie White ’24 Reflects On Her Nolan School Experience

The most valuable thing Katie White ’24 learned at Cornell was the importance of connections.

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Elizabeth Barrett ’24 Reflects On Her Nolan School Experience

Elizabeth Barrett will always remember how Cornell made her feel like she was capable of achieving anything.

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Faculty Cooking Throw Down Dishes Up Camaraderie

The event brought faculty and students together to celebrate the end of the academic year at the Nolan School of Hotel Administration at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.

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Dead & Company concert funds $800K for new climate solutions

Two of the five projects announced this month by The 2030 Project are led by SC Johnson College of Business faculty Chris Barrett and Elena Belavina.

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Collaboration Reimagines Shopping Mall as Wellness Hub

Faculty and students joined community members, nonprofit leaders and Cayuga Health System representatives April 12-13 to explore a new vision for The Shops at Ithaca Mall focused on health equity.

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Contemporary Challenges in Affordable Housing: Addressing current issues with innovative solutions

The Center for Real Estate and Finance brought together leaders in development, preservation, financing, and policy within affordable housing in a dynamic exchange of ideas about modern-day challenges and solutions.