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John Tobin-de la Puente is bridging the gap between private investment and conservation

John Tobin-de la Puente, professor of practice, is on a mission to bring about positive environmental change through the power of private investment.

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SMART students learn from the unexpected to make a global impact

Part of Dyson’s Emerging Markets Program, SMART takes students out of the classroom to make an impact in developing and emerging economies.

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Tata-Cornell Institute’s co-authors launch new book on food systems in India

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.

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Research Recap: Can groundwater conservation policies have unintended consequences?

C.-Y. Cynthia Lin Lawell and Cornell students examine possible perverse consequences of incentive-based programs for agricultural groundwater conservation.

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Dyson recognizes achievements and award winners for 2018–2019 academic year

Dyson held its annual awards reception to honor outstanding students, faculty, and staff for their contriubtions thoughout the 2018–19 academic year.

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The truths of teaching: Retiring Dyson School professors reflect on their careers

Dyson School faculty Dale Grossman, Ed McLaughlin, and Deb Streeter spoke to alumni and friends as they were honored at the Last Lecture event in NYC.

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Beyond #MeToo: Re-examining sexual harassment in the workplace

Dean Wooten and co-author Erika James re-examine their original findings amidst a sea of recent sexual assault allegations.

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A daily enjoyment: What is clean water worth?

Cathy Kling has dedicated her career to studying the value of clean water and how this information can be used to enact change in the world.

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The cost of water

Dyson professor Cathy Kling writes and records an audio essay on the costs of water pollution, as featured on a recent episode of Cornell’s Arts & Sciences podcast.