Investing at Cornell is an interdisciplinary theme that connects faculty and students across the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and Cornell University who are interested in studying, researching, and working in the field of investments.

With a broad representation of thought leaders and resources dedicated to research, academic excellence, and industry relevance, the Investing at Cornell thematic area aims to provide students with the experiences, networks, and tools needed to develop skills and insights that will position them for success.

Uniting Cornell’s strengths in investing

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Events

Student Clubs

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Coursework

The SC Johnson College’s three schools each offer resources, coursework, student clubs, and events related to investing and asset management—united under the Investing at Cornell theme, these offerings are amplified and can reach a wider audience. Investing at Cornell also connects the business college with expertise in the College of Engineering by way of the Master in Engineering with Financial Concentration program. Together, all of these entities offer support to undergraduate and graduate students as they prepare to enter the field of investments, and faculty and staff across Cornell can work together sooner as they discover synergies among their investment research and initiatives.

Investing at Cornell

An Overview of the Investments Related Offerings at Cornell University

What’s possible with Investing at Cornell?

Investing at Cornell provides many opportunities for the campus community to learn and network among industry professionals. Whether students are just beginning to dive into investments or they’re ready to start their career, there are several ways to tap into the theme’s resources:


Investing at Cornell co-directors

Scott Stewart

Scott Stewart

Johnson Graduate School
Clinical professor and faculty co-director of the Parker Center for Investment Research

Sanjeev Bhojraj

Sanjeev Bhojraj

Johnson Graduate School
Alumni Chair in Asset Management, professor of accounting, and faculty co-director of the Parker Center for Investment Research

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Daniel Quan

School of Hotel Administration
Arthur Adler ’78 and Karen Newman Adler ’78 Director of the Center for Real Estate and Finance and Robert C. Baker Professor in Real Estate

Scott Yonker

Scott Yonker

Dyson School
Associate professor and Lynn A. Calpeter Sesquicentennial Faculty Fellow in Finance

Lakshmi Bhojraj

Lakshmi Bhojraj

SC Johnson College
Breazzano Family Executive Director of the Parker Center for Investment Research

Pamela Moulton

Pamela Moulton

School of Hotel Administration
Associate professor of finance

Gregory Besharov

Gregory Besharov

College of Arts and Sciences
Senior lecturer in the Department of Economics

Victoria Averbukh

Victoria Averbukh

College of Engineering
Professor of practice in the School of Operations Research and Information Engineering

Additional Investing at Cornell contributors

Supporting organizations and programs

Johnson

Parker Center for Investment Research

Advancing asset management, education, practice, and research

School of Hotel Administration

Center for Real Estate and Finance

Respected as an international leader in hospitality real estate and finance

Dyson School

Institute for Behavioral and Household Finance

IBHF-affiliated professors and fellows conduct independent research in behavioral finance and household finance

Dyson School

Initiative on Responsible Finance

A focal point for research, teaching, and outreach and engagement activities at the interface of finance and sustainability

School of Hotel Administration

Baker Program in Real Estate

A comprehensive, multidisciplinary, and flexible MPS in real estate degree program

ORIE (College of Engineering)

Master in Engineering with Financial Concentration

An MEng program with a Financial Application Module that includes Johnson and ORIE courses