Ami Stuart

Ami Stuart

  • Visiting Lecturer

Faculty Expertise

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Organizational Behavior


Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management


Cornell Directory Entry


Ami Stuart is director of hackathons, entrepreneurship at Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. She teaches Creativity Sprint: An Entrepreneurship Hackathon.

In 2014, Stuart turned her focus to designing experiential learning via hackathons for Cornell University, Cornell Tech, and Weill Cornell Medicine students. All degree programs, fields of study, and colleges have students participating. Through these immersive experiential weekend events, students deep dive into a topic, hone their skills, and apply classroom learning to real world applications while working in interdisciplinary teams.

Stuart has organized, designed, and facilitated over 50 hackathons, and been an advisor to numerous hackathons for corporate and institutional partners. Hackathon programming includes, and has included, animal health, human health, digital agriculture, human performance, dei, vr, fintech, data science, hospitality, human trafficking, disabilities, radiology, sustainability, and nonprofits.

Stuart graduated with her bachelors and masters from Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations with a focus on micro-organizational behavior.

Recent Courses

  • AEM 4940 - Undergraduate Special Topics in Applied Economics and Management

Academic Degrees

  • MS School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University
  • BS School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University