Durland Lecture
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Opposing views of regulation emerge at Durland Lecture

The Durland Lecture focused on the topics of regulation of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ethereum; environmental social governance disclosure rules; and regulation in general.

Female student speaks into a microphone in front of a screen with a photo of pickleball players.
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Team Pickleball Mania Wins Pitch Competition

Top honors went to the students working with the alumna-owned Pickleball Mania, offering space in the Ithaca Mall to play the fastest growing racket sport in America.

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Promoting Thank-you Gifts Can Boost Charitable Donations

For some charitable donors, the extra incentive of a gift is an important lever for opening pocketbooks SC Johnson College of Business research finds.

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Many Firms Prefer Ready-made AI Software, with a Few Tweaks

Many firms are opting for ready-made AI technology that can be tailored to a firm’s specific needs finds research coauthored by Dyson’s Chris Forman.

Dean Andrew Karolyi speaks at a podium with arm outstretched, while four panelists and the audience look on.
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Faculty panel addresses values-based leadership in business

Businesses and society can benefit when leaders keep both personal and companywide values in sight, according to a panel of Cornell faculty, administrators and alumni.

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First-gen students, alumni connect in mentorship program

The new Accelerator Scholars Program provides first-generation Dyson and Nolan School students with mentorship, networking, knowledge and skills.

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To Vape or Not to Vape: When an E-Cigarette Tax Has an Impact

The Johnson School research suggests that taxation could have an impact on reducing vaping among young people.

Meng Zhou, M.S. ’92, Ph.D. ’96, and his doctoral advisor, E.V. Baker Professor of Agricultural Economics Emeritus Andrew Novakovic.
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Donor’s New Fund to Support Students, Mentoring

Meng Zhou, M.S. ’92, Ph.D. ’96 established a fund to support doctoral students in applied economics and management.

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Cornell Nolan School receives No. 1 Ranking by CEOWorld Magazine

The Nolan School led the CEOWorld Magazine rankings and is one of six programs worldwide to earn a “AAA” ranking.