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From Capital Project Owner to Consultant: A Q&A with Liezl Diaz, EMBA/MS ’21

Career Corner: Architect Liezl Diaz pivoted from managing capital projects for a healthcare provider to consulting for healthcare capital projects.

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Dyson Alum Discusses Free Expression, Corporate Responsibility

Corporations are caught in a bind when it comes to social issues, Natalie R. Williams ’86 said during the Dyson School Dean’s Distinguished Lecture.

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Using AI in Your Job Search

Career Corner: AI can help guide key areas of your job search, including exploring career paths, optimizing your resume, networking, and prepping for interviews.

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Research: Unraveling the Pursuit of Entrepreneurship in the Fashion Industry

The research from the Johnson School suggests that the decision to launch a startup is not solely based on personal characteristics but also involves how organizational roles and social dynamics influence the choice.

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From Higher Ed to Global Cosmetics: A Q&A with Christian Balmaseda-Lucca, MBA ’22

Career Corner: Balmaseda-Lucca credits his career coaches, coursework, and Cornell’s alumni network for helping him to make a successful career pivot.

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Navigating Work Environments: In-Office, Remote, or Hybrid?

Career Corner: Review the possible benefits and liabilities of each work model and assess their weights to help determine the best situation for you.

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Foundation Gift from Henry Renard ’54, MBA ’55, Expands Alumni Career Coaching

Thanks to a foundation gift from Henry Renard ’54, MBA ’55, the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business now offers career coaching to all college graduates.

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Johnson MBAs and Network Power Builders Honored on Forbes 50 Over 50 List

Linda Latsko Lockhart and Karen Derr Gilbert, both MBA ’85, share their career trajectories and offer aspiring woman leaders career tips.

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The Internship: Smart. Driven. Googley.

Two-Year MBA student Taylor Nguyen writes about her summer internship at Google and the intersection of Google and sustainability.