Alumni

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The road less traveled: How Alex Ruiz ’90 carved a career in digital marketing and advertising

Embracing his entrepreneurial spirit, Alex Ruiz ’90 surprisingly found a home in digital marketing and communications at global powerhouse Accenture Interactive.

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Reggie Fils-Aimé visits campus, delivers inaugural Leaders in Residence lecture

Former Nintendo president and COO Reggie Fils-Aimé delivers guiding principles for next generation leaders in Cornell lecture.

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Dyson alumni offer advice for new and returning students

Dyson alumni encourage new and returning students to choose a career path they’re passionate about and remember to enjoy their Cornell journey.

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Dwane Morgan ’02: When life gives you data, make decisions

Dwane Morgan ’02, director of global consumer insights at Under Armour, has an analytical view of the world—every interaction is a learning experience.

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Making partner: How Jen Davis ’99 discovered her passion and forged a path at Goldman Sachs

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.

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Making people smile: Reggie Fils-Aime ’83 shares the driving force behind innovation at Nintendo

At Nintendo, innovation means not only breaking the mold but also staying true to the brand’s core mission—putting smiles on people faces.

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Back to the roots: How small town girl, Cathy Gaffney ’89, became a vice president at Wegmans

Cathy Gaffney ’89 grew up on a dairy farm. She’s now a leader in at Wegmans, one of the northeast’s most successful grocery chains.

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Dyson veterans reflect on their Cornell experience

In recognition of Veterans Day, Dyson veterans reflect on their Cornell experience.

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Advice for new Dyson students from those who came before

Being a new student can be overwhelming—but there are so many good things to come. Current Dyson students and alumni offer their best advice for the incoming class.