Empower, founded by Dyson’s Arianna Kohilakis ’22, identifies project opportunities and pairs Black-owned businesses with Cornell undergraduate volunteers.
The teams are among five nationally who will compete for $50,000 in deal equity in the women-only real estate competition in October.
Professor David Sherwyn says big hotel brands can recommend anti-discrimination training for franchised properties, but lack teeth under the law to require it.
Professor Prabhu Pingali finds India's strict COVID-lockdown has led to increased produce prices, limiting the affordability of a diverse diet.
Ed McLaughlin once again became the interim David J. Nolan Dean of the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management on July 1.
Professor Christopher Anderson says goodbye to the buffet, hello to the pre-wrapped meal option.
Professor Karan Girotra says large net incomes this quarter for major grocery chains is not surprising as consumer spending shifts during the pandemic.
Professor Mukti Khaire discusses commitments fashion brands are making to diversity and inclusion, and the challenges faced with changing consumer values.
Dyson students connect with local businesses and nonprofits for Community Summer Projects
Professor Alex Susskind predicts that 30% of restaurants may go out of business as their incomes have been decimated by COVID-19 shutdowns.
Professor Chekitan Dev examines the relationship between key operating factors and opportunism on the part of brands and their hotel partners.
Professor Vicki Bogan discusses high-profile trading apps that increase access to the stock market but could also be gamifiying trading.
Associate Professor Miguel Gómez discusses global and U.S. food supply chains and how improvements can help populations avoid the worst case scenario.
Duguid, an associate professor of management and organizations, assumed the role of associate dean for diversity, inclusion, and belonging on July 1, 2020.
A group of dedicated Johnson MBA students came together with a community of graduate business programs in an effort to raise funds to help fight against racial injustice.
Expert perspectives from Cornell SC Johnson College of Business faculty on COVID-19’s impact on business, hospitality, and the economy.
Johnson’s BGBA launches the Black MBA Alliance with Black MBA student associations at other schools to advance racial justice awareness and education
Kate Walsh, Dean of the School of Hotel Administration, shares the school's preliminary action steps and commitments to combat racism.
Mark Nelson, Anne and Elmer Lindseth Dean of Johnson, shares the school's preliminary action steps and commitments to combat racism.
Edward McLaughlin, interim David J. Nolan Dean of the Dyson School, shares the school's preliminary action steps and commitments to combat racism.
Associate Professor Luo Zuo discusses how fintech companies may operate under several business models and use multiple accounting methods.
Kevin F. Hallock, dean of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, shares the college's preliminary action steps and commitments to combat racism.
Professor Alex Susskind discusses the new reality restaurants will have to navigate in a changed world and food industry.
Senior Lecturer Stephani Robson shares tips for restaurateurs seeking to ensure customers will still want to visit despite coronavirus precautions.
Lecturer Lilly Jan says that cost-benefits will have to be carefully considered by restaurants reopening in the age of the coronavirus.
Professor Chekitan Dev comments on pains to the travel industry as European countries close their borders to American tourist travelers.
Professor Steve Carvell discusses the benefits of new services allowing stuck-at-home employees to escape their dwellings for a short-term workspace.
Zach Zirkle, MBA ’20, reflects on his MBA experience and says the choice regarding what we want in life is the most important choice we will ever make.
Emile Schachter, MPS-RE ’20 (Baker), reflects on Asian culture, economics, and the real estate market after his trek to Thailand, Singapore, and Indonesia.
Dean Kate Walsh says hospitality programs and recent grads view the COVID crisis as an opportunity to think differently, and play up applicable skills.
Professor Kaushik Basu writes the COVID-19 crisis provides opportunity for economists to rethink some of the ideas they have long taken for granted.
Professor Murillo Campello has leveraged big data on job-vacancy postings to reveal several dimensions of the impact of COVID-19 on the U.S. job market.
Dean Kate Walsh says that investment in new cleanliness protocols, born from the pandemic, is a cost that hotels will take on because they have to.
What we’ve learned from how sustainability and sustainable companies have weathered the Covid-19 crisisJune 24, 2020
Professor Mark Milstein says that COVID-19 is not distracting many companies from their sustainability commitments as they deal with the pandemic.
Roundtable Recap: Card check, employer associations, and hotel arbitration discussed at annual Labor Relations RoundtableJune 23, 2020
The 8th Annual Labor Relations Roundtable invited hospitality industry representatives to discuss the ever-changing landscape of labor and employment law.
Chekitan Dev, professor of marketing at the School of Hotel Administration, has co-authored a study recently published in Industrial Marketing Management.
Johnson is proud to announce the 2020 faculty awards for outstanding teaching, research excellence, and research fellowships.
The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management proudly presents its student, faculty, and staff award winners for the 2019–2020 year.
Associate Professor Robert J. Kwortnik describes the great lengths hotels are taking to ensure sanitization and guest safety.
Lecturer Douglas Miller says that, for many restaurants, focusing on delivery during the onset of COVID-19 was the only way to stay in business.
Juneteenth gives corporate America a chance to act on pledges to fight racism following George Floyd’s killingJune 19, 2020
Dean Lynn Perry Wooten discusses Juneteenth as many companies begin to give their employees the day off or a day of reflection.
Senior Lecturer Stephani Robson says even a little home reorganizing and redecorating can indeed alleviate anxiety.
Three EMBA Metro NY students combine classroom lessons and group experience to form a diverse team and launch a telemedicine business.
Professor Eswar Prasad says a rising stock market, within current economic conditions, will disproportionately benefit the haves over the have-nots.
One pandemic lesson learned at the Johnson Graduate School of Management is that guest speakers are a lot easier to book on Zoom vs. in-person visits.
Professor Chekitan Dev provides tips on how to vacation responsibly and minimize exposure to COVID-19 this summer.
For businesses to be actively anti-racist, they have to put in the work and investment for the long-termJune 14, 2020
In a contributed piece, Professor Christopher Marquis discusses creating sustained change in business around the plague of racial injustice.
Professor Andrew Karolyi discusses stocks and what some historical trends could mean today.
Assistant Professor Jamie Perry says matching contributions is one way companies can show their employees they know what’s going on right now.
Donald Douglas, MBA ’00, a former Roy H. Park Leadership Fellow, is giving back to the program that supported him during his time at Cornell in the form of two new endowed funds.
The School of Hotel Administration's expertise is helping the hospitality industry implement best practices in a new COVID-19 pandemic reality.