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Alumni Mark and Brian Canlis Pivot During a Pandemic and Flourish

Canlis restaurant owners practice flexibility to thrive and flourish during pandemic.

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Students serving students

Operating under the ethos of ‘students serving students,’ SHA’s Dean’s Student Advisory Board represents the student perspective.

A new day rises on the hotel industry
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SHA working with hospitality foundation to strengthen DE&I for the industry

Dean Kate Walsh is collaborating with other industry leaders to ensure the future of the industry is as diverse as the customers it serves.

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Student Voices: Meet Yifan Wu, Two-Year MBA Class of 2022

A marketing production executive and a musician who is pursuing a career in consulting, learn why Yifan Wu joined the Two-Year MBA Class of 2022.

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How Barbara Novick ’82 helped grow BlackRock from startup to asset management giant

BlackRock co-founder Barbara Novick outlined eight key lesson she deems critical to BlackRock’s success.

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19th Annual Labor and Employment Roundtable – Session 4

Hospitality labor and employment roundtable assembles different perspectives on election and pandemic effects

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International Women’s Day: A Message from Dean Kate Walsh

Take a minute to hear from Dean Kate Walsh, the first woman dean of the Cornell School of Hotel Administration (SHA), who has advice for her younger self and the brilliant woman in the Cornell community.

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Making it count: Emanuele De Biase, Cornell Executive MBA Metro NY class of 2021

Emanuele De Biase set out to build his network and broaden his outlook when he joined the Cornell Executive MBA Metro NY class of 2021.

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MBAs launch high-growth startups in deep tech through radical collaboration

Big Red Tech Strategy partners MBAs with Cornell Engineering Commercialization Fellows to launch businesses based on their technological innovations.