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Creating Stability in an Ever-changing Social Environment

May 2, 2022

Businesses delivering products and services that help people feel connected to the world and that promote a sense of groundedness may have an advantage over competitors.

Business Impact Symposium Explores the Need for Climate Finance

April 14, 2022

Investments need to focus not only on climate change mitigation measures but also on adaptation issues communities worldwide are facing.

Student Experience: The Grand Challenges Framework

April 7, 2022

The Grand Challenges program at Dyson is a way for undergrads to engage in complex community challenges on a local and global scale.

Student, Founder, Leader

March 15, 2022

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re telling the stories of women student leaders from across the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics […]

Rumbidzai Mangwende ’23 is Finding Leadership in Community

March 8, 2022

Rumbidzai Mangwende ’23—a Dyson undergraduate and founder of EthosSphere—is learning what it means to be a leader in the Cornell community.

Celebrating Women Student Leaders

March 1, 2022

The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business is celebrating Women’s History Month by sharing the experiences of women student leaders from across the college’s three schools. Each student leader has […]


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Dyson prepares tomorrow’s leaders who will apply business and economics principles to solve some of the toughest societal challenges around the globe.


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VOICES

Perspectives authored by Dyson students


Our students tell Dyson’s story the best. Read about coursework, getting involved, studying abroad, internships, and more from our undergraduate and graduate students.

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Undergraduate

Student Experience: The Grand Challenges Framework

April 7, 2022

The Grand Challenges program at Dyson is a way for undergrads to engage in complex community challenges on a local and global scale.

Student Voices: Meet Alethia Chan ’22

January 12, 2021

Fueled by her studies and experiences, Alethia Chan MS '22 wants to use business as a vehicle for positive change around the world.

Student Voices: Meet Thatcher Hollis ’24

December 22, 2020

A former delegate to the World Food Prize Global Youth Institute who calls Waterloo, IA, home–meet Thatcher Hollis ’24.

Read more posts by undergraduates in Dyson’s BS in Applied Economics and Management program

UNDERGRAD VOICES


Graduate

A Nairobi sunrise, vegetarian haggis, a seat at the table, and friends for life

May 22, 2020

Dyson's Class of 2020 shares their favorite Cornell memories. Congratulations to our newest applied economics and management graduates!

2019 SMART program reflections: O’live Handmade Soaps, South Africa

May 21, 2019

The 2019 O’live SMART team traveled to Cape Town, South Africa. They were challenged to develop a marketing for the family-owned skincare business.

Students attend 2019 National Farmers Union College Conference on Cooperatives

March 8, 2019

As part of the Dyson School’s Cooperative Business Management course, students had the opportunity to travel to Minnesota for this invitation-only event.

Read more posts by students in the MPS and MS in Applied Economics and Management programs

Master’s Voices


Research &
Outreach

Highlighting Dyson’s faculty, researchers, and extension associates


Dyson’s faculty are sought-after experts in areas such as brand advertising, economic development, agribusiness, market behavior, policy, and the business of food. Our faculty, researchers, and extension associates apply business and economics principles in service of people across New York State and around the world.

ALL STORIES

Structured management protocols help firms thrive

October 18, 2021

Companies with highly structured management practices attract, keep top workers, and those with structured operations attract top-flight managers.

The future of money

October 4, 2021

Professor Eswar Prasad examines the implications of the rise of digital currencies in newest book.

Background Noise? TV Advertising Affects Real-Time Investor Behavior

July 27, 2021

What influences retail stock investing? Advertising–that's according to Dyson Professor Jura Liaukonyte and her co-researchers.


More Across the
Cornell SC Johnson College of Business


Nolan School BusinessFeed

The Nolan School’s Hotelies Show Up and Give Back

May 12, 2022

Hotelies Give Back returned to campus last month, highlighting the role of service in hospitality and beyond for Cornell Nolan School students.

Johnson BusinessFeed

Hitting the High Notes for 21 years (and Counting)

May 9, 2022

Barry Massarsky, MBA ’81, and Nari Matsuura, MBA ’01, pioneered valuation for the music industry; demand for their expertise is higher than ever now.

Johnson BusinessFeed

A SPAC Built to Bridge the Gap between North America and Asia

May 3, 2022

Korean Johnson MBA alumni combined their financial expertise to launch a SPAC targeting breakthrough life-science and sustainable technology in Asia.

Nolan School BusinessFeed

Cornell Hotel Indices: First Quarter 2022 Beware the Ides of March

May 3, 2022

Hotels in gateway and non-gateway cities continue to post positive performance, but hotels in non-gateway cities are experiencing greater gains, according to research from Professor Crocker H. Liu and coauthors.

Johnson BusinessFeed

Physician Promise Offers Asynchronous Telehealth for Personal and Couple’s Healthcare

May 2, 2022

Shady Henien and Anand Narayan, both MBA ’20, launched Physician Promise to make treatment more accessible, convenient, and comfortable for patients.

SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Creating Stability in an Ever-changing Social Environment

May 2, 2022

Businesses delivering products and services that help people feel connected to the world and that promote a sense of groundedness may have an advantage over competitors.