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Restricting Trade for the Environment? Import Restrictions on Used Vehicles in China
Dyson’s Hui Zhou, PhD ’23, discusses her research on the impact of emission-based import restrictions on used vehicles in China.
Graduate Students in Real Estate Grow HBCU Case Competition and Launch a Summit
The Philip Payton Society for Minority Real Estate Professionals’ HBCU Real Estate Case Competition is the largest student-led competition of its kind.
Breaking the Status Quo on Sustainability
Panelists discussed how companies are addressing climate change in a Business of Sustainability webinar that launched the spring Lifelong Learning Experience.
Is Equity Market Liberalization Beneficial?
Economics PhD student Wentong Chen discusses her research on the effects of equity market liberalization, aided by an Emerging Markets Institute grant.
Foundation Gift from Henry Renard ’54, MBA ’55, Expands Alumni Career Coaching
Thanks to a foundation gift from Henry Renard ’54, MBA ’55, the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business now offers career coaching to all college graduates.
New Sustainable Tourism Program Charts Course for Travel’s Future
The course seeks to educate and build cooperation to protect environmental, social, and cultural heritage and facilitate inclusive community processes.
Help Wanted: Advancing Women in Leadership
To support more equitable workplaces, Michelle Duguid investigates hiring practices intended to increase diversity.
Paul Rubacha Department of Real Estate Names Inaugural Faculty
The Paul Rubacha Department of Real Estate draws faculty from the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning.
Everything Everywhere All at Once
Every feature of our built environment has a relationship with climate; we can no longer separate fields of learning into rigid, prescribed pathways.