Students take on United Nations sustainable development goals at Dyson’s inaugural Grand Challenges Pitch Competition.
Melanie Abreu honed leadership and communications skills in and outside the classroom and mentored students through the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
A Cornell professor and her co-author learned, in a study involving hundreds of participants, that when individuals replace an item with a photo or memento, it satisfies the sense of ownership and makes downsizing easier.
Mardiya Shardow, who concentrated in marketing at Dyson, broadened her education at Cornell by minoring in inequality studies and creative writing.
The Grand Challenges program at Dyson is a way for undergrads to engage in complex community challenges on a local and global scale.
Dyson alum Connell Rae’s passion for public service drives him to be successful both inside and outside of the classroom.