Students

Jameson Wang looking in a mirror and applying eye black in a photo taken from behind and showing his reflection.
Nolan School BusinessFeed

Dual Threat: Cornell Big Red Quarterback Jameson Wang’s Balancing Act

Starting quarterback Jameson Wang ’25 has found a home at Schoellkopf Field and at the Nolan School. Here’s how he stays in the zone.

4 men and one woman standing and smiling.
Nolan School BusinessFeed

Hot air balloon hotel concept wins international competition

Four MMH students won the Sustainability Hospitality Challenge for their business plan for “NIMBUS,” a carbon-neutral, hot air balloon hotel room.

a young woman and man in business suits standing and delivering their presentation.
Nolan School BusinessFeed

Contestants Cash In on a Case for Cannabis

Hospitality Pitch Deck Competition showcases marketable business ideas, polished presentations, expert feedback, and $5,000 in seed funding.

one female and two male students sitting at a table with laptops, talking, gesturing, and laughing, with another man and woman standing in the background.
Nolan School BusinessFeed

Students Envision New Programs for “Workcation” Guests at Hospitality Hackathon

Students from across Cornell proposed new programs aimed at delivering exceptional experiences for the hotel guest of the future.

Raghu Reddy standing in front of a Honeywell sign.
Johnson BusinessFeed

Bringing Sustainability to Buildings

Raghu Reddy, MBA ’23, Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow, describes his internship at Honeywell’s Sustainable Building Technologies unit.

Woman students in business attire pose next to a WIN Conference banner.
Johnson BusinessFeed

Women Gain Investing Knowledge and Insights at the Undergraduate WIN Conference

Joanne Hu ’24 (CALS) shares her experience of the 7th Undergraduate Women in Investing Conference, held at the Westin New York at Times Square.

Pedro Tucci with the Antler Brazil team sitting and standing as a group.
Johnson BusinessFeed

Finding the Next Big Thing in Brazil

The Social Impact Internship Fund enabled Pedro Tucci, MBA ’23, to identify diverse entrepreneurs in Brazil for Antler, a venture capital fund.

A picture of Adit Desai, Beto Durón, Dave Dougherty, and Carly Dougherty posing in front of a purple warehouse door.
Johnson BusinessFeed

Food and Ferments: The Growth of a Culture

Adit Desai and Beto Durón, both MBA ’23, reflect on their experience helping local fermentation company Food and Ferments with plans for expansion.

Three female graduate students stand next to their research poster.
Dyson BusinessFeed

Emerging Markets Program hosts celebration of SMART experiential research

The SMART Program hosted a dinner to honor Professor Iwan J. Azis with the Wharton Award and celebrate a student poster presentation.