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Johnson BusinessFeed

Park Perspective: Getting involved at Johnson

John Van Orden, MBA ’24, reflects on his first year as a Johnson MBA student.

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Park Perspectives: Working hard and being kind in the most competitive of arenas

Darren Horne, MBA ’23, advises on leaning in to support systems during recruiting.

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SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Nolan Gift and Challenge Funds Boost Scholarships for SC Johnson College Students

More than $66 million in scholarship funds are opening up possibilities for students across the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.

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Nolan School BusinessFeed

Noteworthy: 12th Annual CIRECC Brings First Cornell Triumph in Five Years

The 12th Annual Cornell International Real Estate Case Competition (CIRECC) held its finals on November 6, with Cornell’s WEBS Group in first place.

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Nolan School BusinessFeed

Why some countries are opening back up to tourists during a pandemic

Professor Steve Carvell discusses why some countries are opening back up to tourists during the pandemic.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Learning to recognize discrimination in business language

According to Angela Noble-Grange, senior lecturer of management communication, a reason we use business speak is to build credibility.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

An urban farmer aims to address food insecurity

Johnson’s alumni magazine, Cornell Enterprise, profiles Harlan Blynn, MBA ’10, and features his urban-farming startup, Topping Out Farms, based in Denver.

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Charging toward Duracell: A P&G case study

Drew Pascarella, lecturer of finance, indicated this was, “our easiest and shortest case” for the Investment Banking Immersion. It is amazing how the banker in me came out to put my best foot forward.