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The Out Space team holds the winning $25,000 check.
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App connecting driveways with beachgoers wins hospitality business contest

Barge-deck restaurants and robotics startup for cooking kitchens among pitches presented during the 12th Cornell Hospitality Business Plan Competition.

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First Among Giants: Chuck Feeney ’56

Learn more about Chuck Feeney’s colossal impact on Cornell, the tourism and retail industries, and, with no exaggeration, the world.

Vance A. Christian raises a glass of wine to 350 students in wine course

Intro to Wines: A Vintage Classic Turns 40

Described as “an essential Cornell experience” more than a decade ago, the Intro to Wines course has a long and storied history at Cornell.

Howard Bagnall Meek surveys the model for Statler Hall

Honoring Professor Howard Bagnall Meek

H.B. Meek was the sole professor of the new Program in Hotel Management when it held its first day of classes at Cornell on September 20, 1922.

Rada Griffin poses with a glass of wine
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NASA Engineer is Alabama’s First Certified Black Woman Winemaker

After honing her wine skills through eCornell classes, Rada Griffin, an engineer at NASA, launched Anissa Wakefield Wines—establishing her as the first certified Black woman winemaker in Alabama.

2022
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Use business research and expertise to start the year off right

Expert tips from Cornell SC Johnson College of Business faculty to help you enter 2022 with your best foot forward

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ESG pressure takes center stage at the 2021 Emerging Markets Institute conference

Emerging markets are making progress in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) efforts but also face hurdles, including metrics and governance.

Nell Oliver charging a car at an EVgo charging station
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Electric Uprising: EVgo charges forward to create a network of EV charging stations

The U.S. has more than 150,000 gas stations but only 43,000 EV charging stations. EVgo aims to change that, says VP Nell Oliver ’88, MBA ’93.

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Electric uprising: How American companies are accelerating the drive to EVs

EVs should make up 50% of all car sales by 2030 to help achieve Paris Agreement decarbonization goals. Cornell faculty weigh in on what it will take.