Collaborative Focus

With many opportunities to collaborate across schools, our faculty work and innovate together in targeted disciplines through faculty areas. These are disciplines that are key to any business, and are taught at different course levels by expert faculty in each of our three schools—areas such as finance, marketing, and operations.

Faculty in one academic content area may work together on research, discuss and create more efficient teaching methods, and hold or attend seminars and workshops to deepen their understanding. Areas also allow for coordination across public engagement and industry outreach activities based in disciplines, and provide a greater number of faculty to support specialized programs, like our centers and institutes.

Faculty Areas & Chairpeople

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News & Highlights

SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Help Wanted: Advancing Women in Leadership

December 16, 2022

To support more equitable workplaces, Michelle Duguid investigates hiring practices intended to increase diversity.

Nolan School BusinessFeed

Meet our New Faculty: Tom Estad

October 12, 2022

Meet Tom Estad, lecturer in management communication at the Nolan Hotel School and learn about his interests and teaching.

SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Cornell SC Johnson College of Business Taps Leaders for Corporate Engagement and Impact

October 6, 2022

Cornell taps leadership for corporate engagement

Students in the field

Engaged College Initiative

The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business is the proud inaugural recipient of the Engaged College Initiative block grant from the David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement. Through this grant-funded initiative, the college of business is extending community engagement within each of its three schools. We believe that all students should be empowered to consider critically how the hands-on application of their business education is serving to build a better world.