Undergraduate

A collection of stories related to the prestigious bachelor’s degree programs with the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and its three distinct schools.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Small stock trades can predict big market changes

Using a metric developed by a research team led by Maureen O’Hara, professor at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, it was determined that fractional trading is predictive of future market liquidity and volatility.

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Nolan BusinessFeed

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.

A cord of graduates in gowns stand before a sign that says "big red."
Dyson BusinessFeed

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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Dyson BusinessFeed

SMART Program Hosts 23rd Annual Symposium and Wharton Award Dinner

The Student Multidisciplinary Applied Research Teams (SMART) program hosted its annual dinner celebrating student projects and presenting the 2024 Wharton Award to agricultural economist Fenton B. Sands Jr.

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SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

An Undergraduate’s Journey in Financial Analysis

Caitlyn Walsh ’24 (CALS) reflects upon her four years at Cornell University studying investment research.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Dyson alumnus Dan Cane ’98 makes it his business to improve lives

Cane established the Cane Entrepreneurship Scholars program at the Dyson School to provide financial support, mentorship and experiential learning opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Students debate freedom of expression’s impact on business

Is freedom of expression good for business? Student debated whether it drives innovation and improves business, or interferes with decision-making and results in gridlock

9 young women, most dressed in business attire and one in a sari, standing side by side outside a stone building in the fall.
Dyson BusinessFeed

New Group Unites, Empowers Female Students of Color

Dyson’s Trisha Beher ’25 founded student group Women Leaders of Color to unite and empower women of color and prepare them for leadership roles.

Andrew Karolyi, Professor of Finance and Global Business (JGSM).
Dyson BusinessFeed

Andrew Karolyi Reappointed as SC Johnson College of Business Dean

Andrew Karolyi’s second term as SC Johnson College of Business Dean promises continued excellence and innovation for business education.