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Both the type of online content moderator and the “temperature” of the harassing content influenced people’s perception of the moderation decision, new research finds.
Parking-ticket recipients who would benefit most from gentle “nudges” to pay their fines respond least to them, research by Ori Heffetz finds.
Dyson Professor Miguel Gomez is a contributing researcher to this study focused on the sustainability and profitability of the organic dry bean industry.
Ideas that sprang from a pre-pandemic discussion at Cornell now inform a UN initiative aimed to meet looming global food needs in a healthy, equitable and sustainable way.
Individuals are more likely to persist if they receive their first reward after completing a chunk of a task followed by a stream of small incentives.
Research by Jūra Liaukonytė and colleagues sought to understand the sales effect of social media posts targeting specific brands.
10 Under 10 honoree and senior LinkedIn manager Illianna Acosta aims to give a voice to those who have been historically marginalized.
Kehkashan Basu, MBA ’25, hopes to kindle positive global change. She moderated the first roundtable meeting between government officials and youth at COP27.
Every feature of our built environment has a relationship with climate; we can no longer separate fields of learning into rigid, prescribed pathways.
10 Under 10 honoree Olga Abrosimova Juin, MBA ’17, a senior M&A director at EY-Parthenon, is committed to increasing diversity in business.
Sustainability in real estate is about more than energy efficiency; environmental justice for communities requires looking at a far broader picture.
From investment opportunities to risk protection and energy savings, climate change awareness is sparking transformation in real estate.
A look at how climate change is impacting the places we live and work and how we should be preparing for the changes to come.
Adit Desai and Beto Durón, both MBA ’23, reflect on their experience helping local fermentation company Food and Ferments with plans for expansion.
Johnson’s 10 Under 10 honorees, a diverse group of leaders, are making notable contributions in their workplaces, their communities, and to Johnson.
The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business community is celebrating the achievements and success of the Class of 2022. Undergraduate and graduate students across the college’s robust catalog of degree […]
A yearlong celebration of the 100th anniversary kicked off at the 97th annual Hotel Ezra Cornell (HEC).
The Cornell Nolan School of Hotel Administration announces a yearlong celebration to commemorate its 100th anniversary.
Paul Kavuma, MBA ’93, inaugural recipient of the Emerging Markets Institute Cañizares Alumni Award, discusses opportunities in post-COVID Africa.
Raghu Reddy, MBA ’23, Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow, describes his internship at Honeywell’s Sustainable Building Technologies unit.
Meet Tom Estad, lecturer in management communication at the Nolan Hotel School and learn about his interests and teaching.
Alumni are asked to share their journeys and recollections. Harsha L'Acqua, MMH '14 is founder and CEO of Saira Hospitality.
Cornell Nolan Hotel School Professor leads on first benchmarking DEI hospitality study
Marisa Sergi is a graduate of the Cornell Nolan School and affiliated with the Pillsbury Entrepreneurs in Residence Program.
Home sharing has opened up a world of opportunities for people looking to rent out their properties. Airbnb and similar companies have become a popular way for people to list […]
In its 15 years, the Pillsbury Institute has come a long way. So, too, have its alumni. If you’re an alum, where are you now?
Valerie Hanke, MBA ’23, reflects on learning how to develop courage as a daily habit.”
Rachel Starr, MBA ’22, reflects on how embracing her struggles have made her an approachable leader.
Sharad Daswani, MBA ’03, has primarily worked in structured real estate finance since Johnson and is fascinated by how technology has changed over the years.
Kate Nguyen, MBA ’23 shares her experience at the 12th Annual MBA Women in Investing Conference, held virtually for the second time.