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Hilton’s Christopher J. Nassetta named 2019 Cornell Hospitality Icon

The School of Hotel Administration has selected Christopher J. Nassetta, president and chief executive officer of Hilton, to receive the 2019 Cornell Hospitality Icon of the Industry Award.

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CIHLER welcomes Gretta Brooks to industry advisory board

The Cornell Center for Innovative Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations welcomes hospitality sales training expert Gretta Brooks, founder and CEO of SalesBoost.

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New center improves employment relations in hospitality

CIHLER, formerly an institute, has become a center—now equally shared with the ILR School. It provides a collaborative space for dialogue on labor relations in the hospitality industry.

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Hotel Ezra Cornell announces 2019 theme: Finding Synergy

This year, HEC will examine the ways that hospitality infuses itself into other industries and breaks the boundaries of what is considered “traditional.”

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Pablo Azcárraga, MPS ’85, awarded 2018 MMH Outstanding Alumnus of the Year

Pablo Azcárraga, MPS ’85, chairman of the board of directors for Posadas, will be honored at the 2018 Cornell MMH Reception.

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Alumni and friends celebrate at 10th annual Icon and Innovator Awards

The Hotel School hosted its 10th annual Cornell Hospitality Icon and Innovator Awards on June 5, 2018 at the Pierre Hotel in New York City.

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Reflections at the close of another outstanding academic year

As I reflect back on the spring semester, there is so much to share and even more to be proud of. There’s no doubt our students continue to amaze us all.

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Research Recap: Legal analysis proposes new standards in the age of “Me Too”

David Sherwyn and Paul Wagner discuss what constitutes sexual harassment, identify the problems, and propose a solution that could eradicate, or at least mitigate, the reason for the Me Too movement.

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Real estate titans discuss the importance of mentorship

Moderated by Richard Baker ’88, the CEO of NRDC Equity Partners and governor and executive chairman of the Hudson’s Bay Company, the discussion was hosted by Cornell’s Center for Real Estate and Finance (CREF) and Baker Program in Real Estate.