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Landmark gift establishes Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration

September 17, 2021

A historic $50 million gift from Peter Nolan ’80, MBA ’82, and Stephanie Nolan ’84 will establish the Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration.

Meet Jinhua Zhao, Dyson’s new dean

August 31, 2021

Dean Zhao believes Dyson is positioned to push the frontiers of business education to address 21st century challenges. Learn why and more in this Q&A.

What the UN Climate Report Means for Food

August 10, 2021

"It becomes more and more efficient to have wind turbines and solar arrays and geothermal wells in what are today working farmlands,” Professor Chris Barrett tells Modern Farmer.

As climate change disrupts supply chains, American life is poised to change drastically

August 5, 2021

"Disruptions are more likely to be on the supply side rather than on the demand side," Professor Ariel Ortiz-Bobea tells Salon.

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.

UniPantry helps inexperienced home cooks create delicious, inexpensive meals

July 12, 2021

Startup Snapshot: Moussa Paye ’19, co-founder and CEO, UniPantry


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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.

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!

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

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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

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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.

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Researchers find grocery taxes harm low income households

May 18, 2021

Professor Harry Kaiser and his co-authors research the connection between grocery taxes and food insecurity in the United States.

Learning From COVID-19: Addressing impacts in Dyson’s curriculum

May 6, 2021

Dyson faculty incorporated pandemic challenges into their curriculum, allowing students to keep pace with a business world in flux.

Leadership lessons from 2020: Navigating the new normal

January 29, 2021

Cornell SC Johnson College of Business faculty share lessons that leaders can gain from the experiences of 2020 and apply to 2021 and beyond.


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Landmark gift establishes Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration

September 17, 2021

A historic $50 million gift from Peter Nolan ’80, MBA ’82, and Stephanie Nolan ’84 will establish the Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration.

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Johnson honors 10 Under 10 notable alumni

September 15, 2021

Johnson’s 10 Under 10 finalists, a diverse group of notable alumni, are making an impact as leaders in their careers and communities.

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Million Meals Mission provides meals to food-insecure communities around the world

September 10, 2021

Hotelie Samay Bansal ’21 founded Million Meals Mission to be a conduit between donors and small, grassroots organizations worldwide.

SHA BusinessFeed

Study examines if US firms are becoming more short-term oriented

August 24, 2021

Yuan Shi has found intriguing data that provides new details around the active debate among managers, investors, researchers, and policymakers.

Johnson BusinessFeed

Virtuelly helps companies, events organizers adapt to a virtual-first world

August 12, 2021

Virtuelly is a marketplace that curates virtual experiences for remote and distributed teams to do team building and other fun activities.

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Low self-esteem leads to low-quality purchases

August 10, 2021

Study proposes that low self-esteem consumers gravitate toward inferior products because those products confirm their pessimistic self-views.