Community summer projects connect Dyson students with local businesses and nonprofits
Dyson students connect with local businesses and nonprofits for Community Summer Projects
Reflecting on international service projects with Dyson’s SMART program
In January 2020, total of 44 students and leaders from across Cornell completed service projects with international organizations in Africa and Asia.
Noteworthy: Eli Shanks ’18 converts school bus into solar-powered home
In a recent article, Cornell Daily Sun talked to Shanks about his unusual home and the work it took to turn the bus into an inhabitable living space.
Start building your academic success network with Student Services
It is my hope that our new Student Services team at Dyson will become an integral part of our students’ academic success network.
Quick Q & A: Cindy van Es
Statistics expert, social justice advocate, and Jazzercise pro—learn a little more about Cindy van Es, professor of practice at the Dyson School.
Connecting with your professors beyond the classroom
Throughout my training to become a professor, and during the course of my life, I have been inspired by those who dedicate their lives to teaching others.
The ultimate guide to getting more involved on campus
If you are a new Dyson freshman, sophomore transfer, or anyone in between wondering where you’ll fit in, don’t fret! I found my path here and so will you.
The power of doing things differently and standing out at the Dyson School
Having really taken my own path at Cornell and beyond, here is my advice for Dyson students who seek to do things differently and stand out in the crowd.
What is the Dyson School like for transfers?
In hindsight, there was not merely one instance, but numerous, seemingly trivial moments that collectively shaped my opinion of and love for the school.