Farm-to-school programs, which bring healthy foods to children and support rural economic development, actually work from an economic perspective in at least one upstate New York school district, according to new Cornell research.
A partnership between the Law School and the Dyson School, the practicum helps undocumented workers and others resolve their tax complications.
Cornell SC Johnson College researchers measured the likelihood that a U.S. household’s food expenditures equal or exceed the minimum cost of a healthy diet.
People judge members of their own circles more harshly than they judge individuals from other groups for the same transgressions, new Cornell SC Johnson College of Business research has found.
New research from the Nolan Hotel School sheds light on the ways people assess organizations.