- Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise
- Energy and Environment
- Organizational Behavior
- Sustainable Global Enterprise
Research by Professor Christopher Marquis finds that, in China, civil protests are more effective than petitions in bringing about environmental reform.
From roundtables to conferences, CIHLER sponsors a variety of experiences that focus on legal issues, human resources, and labor relations in the hospitality industry.
Part of Dyson's Emerging Markets Program, SMART takes students out of the classroom to make an impact in developing and emerging economies.
Serial entrepreneur Gang Yu, MS ’86, addressed alumni at the inaugural event of the Cornell SC Johnson China Council of Alumni.
The Cornell Center for Innovative Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations is pleased to welcome Christian White to the advisory board.
Dwane Morgan ’02, director of global consumer insights at Under Armour, has an analytical view of the world—every interaction is a learning experience.
Nicholas Zuba of the Connecticut Green Bank gives students a glimpse of the considerations at play in the world of green energy finance.
The Present Value podcast interviews Hernan Saenz, MILR ’98, MBA ’98, as he reflects on his past in consulting and what's to come in the future.
Linda Giuliano, MBA ’02, of AllianceBernstein gives students a glimpse of the key themes and considerations in responsible investment as part of SGE’s Finance and Sustainability speaker series.
Elaine Lu, MBA ’11, is co-founder and COO of Visbit, a streaming technology company that delivers VR videos in the best quality anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
Hannah Cho, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on her decision to pursue both her bachelor’s degree and MBA at Cornell over the course of five years.
At the Diversity Business Clubs Summit, students discussed the hurdles of increasing diversity in clubs and businesses and how to overcome them.
To take your foodservice career further, you can join SHA faculty for executive education classes on optimizing food and beverage program profits.
The Tata-Cornell Institute announces its new book, Transforming Food Systems for a Rising India, which reflects the institute’s past five years of research.
MPA student and EMI fellow Claudia Poclaba recaps her experience in a leadership role at the annual Masters Argentina Conference for Argentine students.
Several students across Johnson’s seven MBA programs and two MPS programs were recognized for their achievements, contributions, and academic performance.
Blake Allen Steenhoven, PhD in Management, has been recognized with the prestigious Deloitte Doctoral Fellowship in Accounting at the recommendation of Bob Libby.
Cornell students from both the United States and Cornell-Tsinghua Finance MBA competed in the fourth annual Business Model Hackathon in New York City.
The 2019 Cappeny Estates SMART team was challenged with creating marketing strategies for a minority-owned strawberry farm in South Africa.
Johnson alumni and friends gathered in NYC for the Big Red Bash, Johnson's "biggest night," to celebrate its 2019 alumni award recipients.
Tim Shaw, Two-Year MBA ’20, recounts conversations with top officials and thought leaders on the Washington D.C. trek as part of the SGE Immersion.
The 2019 O’live SMART team traveled to Cape Town, South Africa. They were challenged to develop a marketing for the family-owned skincare business.
Heloisa Menezes, visiting scholar at the Emerging Markets Institute, recounts working as a businesswoman in Brazil and the sabbatical that’s enabled her to study at Cornell.
World-renowned wildlife conservationist Laurie Marker discusses the work of the Cheetah Conservation Fund and its impact in Namibia.
Christopher Marquis was recognized as a finalist for the 2019 Responsible Research in Management award for his paper published in Organization Science.
Dr. Geraldine McGinty, MD, MBA, FACR, discusses the benefits of an MBA for healthcare professionals with the Radiology Leadership Institute.
Mukul Aggarwal, Two-Year MBA ’19, offers advice to incoming students on making the most of opportunities available at Johnson.
As part of the practicum he participated in, Angus J. McKenzie, MPS ’19, provided services to low-income taxpayers from diverse communities.
Patricia Guzman, Two-Year MBA ’19, recounts her nine-day trek to the Middle East over spring break. She visited Israel alongside 90 of her Johnson classmates.
C.-Y. Cynthia Lin Lawell and Cornell students examine possible perverse consequences of incentive-based programs for agricultural groundwater conservation.
The Johnson Food, Beverage, and Agribusiness (JBFA) student club focuses on issues of sustainability and farm-to-table eating in the Ithaca area.
Present Value interviews Mark Nelson and Robert Libby, both of whom are longtime Johnson professors and experts in financial accounting.
Dyson held its annual awards reception to honor outstanding students, faculty, and staff for their contriubtions thoughout the 2018–19 academic year.
Over spring break, Cornell International Agribusiness Fellows traveled to Catalonia, Spain, to immerse themselves into a week of co-ops, culture, and cuisine.
Inspired by her parents and Cornell alumni, Yasmin Watt ’22 chose Cornell because she wants to become a passionate business leader.
Alex Ivanov and John Kyles, MBAs '00 and Park Fellows, founded Big Red Ventures, a student-run, evergreen venture capital fund that continues to thrive today.
Deon Provost, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on the newly founded Sports Analytics Club at Johnson and how he has been able to contribute to and grow from leadership in the club.
Michael Stanat, Executive MBA Metro NY ’19, was inspired by high-performance culture and tech entrepreneurs during the program’s global business immersion.
Liz Colodny explains how the Executive MBA Career Development Office coaches Americas students and facilitates career and leadership development.
Present Value: David Easley on financial contagion and the effect of contradictory beliefs on market optimalityMay 4, 2019
Economics professor David Easley shares new research on financial market outcomes and bitcoin transaction fees.
Wenni Cai, MBA ’19, and BVC finalists discuss their experiences as entrepreneurs at Cornell and as part of the BenDaniel Venture Challenge.
Ellis Chase, career advisor, shares his own story on the symbiotic effects of building relationships in business.
Allison Latham, Two-Year MBA ’20, recognizes that a formal leader does not need to be defined in all instances, but initiative and structure are key.
Katie Meyer, Executive MBA Metro NY student, reflects on her global business study in Israel, a “life changing” experience.
Members of the Cornell Real Estate Club ventured down under to Sydney, Australia for their 2019 Spring Break Real Estate Trek.
Johnson faculty, staff, and current MBA students welcomed the admitted Two-Year MBA Class of 2021 during its annual Destination Johnson event.
Lisa Liu, MMH ’19, reflects on her trip to Las Vegas as part of the MMH experiential learning course, hosted this year by MGM Resorts International.
The 2019 international treks brought together students from all three of Johnson’s residential MBA programs who visited Brazil, Colombia, and Israel.
Johnson's Two-Year MBAs planned an unofficial trek to New Orleans during February break, fostering camaraderie amongst classmates.
Yewande Salau, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on Johnson’s trek to Kenya and South Africa in December.
Roger Hill ’87 and Andrew Fay ’87, cofounders of the Gettys Group, have been named the 2019 Cornell Hospitality Innovator honorees.
This year's WX panel discussion, hosted by CREF and Cornell REW, featured an all-female panel of distinguished executives in the real estate industry.
Sheri Hunter, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on her role in the annual Community Impact Auction. The event raised a record $24,000 in March.
Jodi Glickman, MBA ’02, CEO & founder of Great On The Job, discusses her career journey, the importance of being "great on the job," and making a difference.
While immersions prepare you to deliver large projects, these tips will help you successfully navigate the day-to-day challenges of your internship.
Incoming candidates for Johnson’s One-Year MBA in Ithaca and the Johnson Cornell Tech MBA in NYC met at the annual Accelerate Johnson (AJ) welcome event.
The Faculty Immersion Trek helps faculty to remain current with global trends and continually learn new ways to approach their teaching and research.
Davis’s path to investment banking was an evolution, not a predetermined destination. She reminds us it’s important to keep an open mind about career paths.
- Center for Innovative Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations
- Real Estate
Taylor Hardy ’19 recaps her experience at the 13th annual HR in Hospitality Conference, hosted by CIHLER.
The 2019 Azuri Health SMART team traveled to Kenya. They were challenged to work with the company to find market opportunities for growth.
McQuillan, Baldor’s VP of corporate strategy, culture, and sustainability, talks to students about innovations in the food industry to reduce food waste.
Ellis Chase, career advisor, offers tips on managing out-of-state addresses, networking, and more to improve the outcome of a long-distance career search.