Mikhail Essa
Dyson BusinessFeed

Student input adds flavor, variety to halal, kosher meals

Dyson student Mikhail Essa’s goal is to work with Cornell Dining to have more kosher and halal food available at dining locations throughout campus.

Group of 20 students in Sage Atrium selected for 2024 Kessler Fellows
Dyson BusinessFeed

Cornell Introduces its 2024 Kessler Fellows Cohort

The Kessler Fellows program welcomed 20 students to its 2024 cohort.

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SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

An Undergraduate’s Journey in Financial Analysis

Caitlyn Walsh ’24 (CALS) reflects upon her four years at Cornell University studying investment research.

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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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SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

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.

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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SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Students debate freedom of expression’s impact on business

Is freedom of expression good for business? Student debated whether it drives innovation and improves business, or interferes with decision-making and results in gridlock

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Students debate free speech in the workplace

The debate series is a collaboration between the ILR School’s Office of Engaged and Experiential Programs and the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.

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Undergrads to debate free speech in the workplace

Is promoting freedom of expression in the workplace a good business practice? This question will be debated at two upcoming events, one in Spanish and one in English, co-hosted by the Cornell Speech and Debate Program, the SC Johnson College of Business, and ILR.