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Shadi Atallah Integrates Biology and Economics to Advance Sustainable Agriculture

July 12, 2024

10 Under 10 honoree Shadi Atallah, a professor of agricultural and consumer economics, is a teacher, mentor, academic leader, and scientific advisor.

Aspiring Entrepreneurs Get Inspired at NYC Event

July 10, 2024

“How to Leap into Entrepreneurship” panelists talk the importance of networking, using their Cornell connections and experiences and handling failure.

Dealing with a Difficult Boss: Strategies for Senior-Level Professionals

July 9, 2024

Career Corner: Do you have a challenging boss? Take a strategic approach to maintain professionalism, preserve morale, and ensure well-being.

Protecting Livestock and Livelihoods

July 8, 2024

Cornell dissertations launch a long-term data and economics project to predict and prevent livestock loss and reduce poverty among African herders.

Dirty Cooking Fuels Pose Major Threat to Infants in India

July 2, 2024

Dyson School professors Basu and Chau quantify the impact of cooking fuel choice on indoor air pollution and early childhood mortality in India.

In Memoriam: Richard T. Curtis

June 27, 2024

Richard T. Curtis, beloved senior lecturer at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, passed away June 9, 2024.


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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 Launches Online Marketplace for Ski and Snowboard Gear

June 27, 2024

Dylan Seale ’25 (Dyson School) debuts an online ecosystem for entrepreneurs in the winter sportswear and gear industry.

2024 Graduates Reflect On Their Cornell Experience

May 24, 2024

Congratulations to the class of 2024! Cornell SC Johnson College of Business Graduates share their most memorable moments and learnings

Students ask, ‘How could reusable coffee cups become standard practice?’

January 10, 2024

Students at the SC Johnson College of Business proposed a plan for making reusable coffee cups standard practice in Tompkins County.

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

UNDERGRAD VOICES


Graduate

Shadi Atallah Integrates Biology and Economics to Advance Sustainable Agriculture

July 12, 2024

10 Under 10 honoree Shadi Atallah, a professor of agricultural and consumer economics, is a teacher, mentor, academic leader, and scientific advisor.

2024 Graduates Reflect On Their Cornell Experience

May 24, 2024

Congratulations to the class of 2024! Cornell SC Johnson College of Business Graduates share their most memorable moments and learnings

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

Master’s Voices


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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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Shadi Atallah Integrates Biology and Economics to Advance Sustainable Agriculture

July 12, 2024

10 Under 10 honoree Shadi Atallah, a professor of agricultural and consumer economics, is a teacher, mentor, academic leader, and scientific advisor.

Protecting Livestock and Livelihoods

July 8, 2024

Cornell dissertations launch a long-term data and economics project to predict and prevent livestock loss and reduce poverty among African herders.

In Memoriam: Richard T. Curtis

June 27, 2024

Richard T. Curtis, beloved senior lecturer at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, passed away June 9, 2024.


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Dyson BusinessFeed

Shadi Atallah Integrates Biology and Economics to Advance Sustainable Agriculture

July 12, 2024

10 Under 10 honoree Shadi Atallah, a professor of agricultural and consumer economics, is a teacher, mentor, academic leader, and scientific advisor.

Johnson BusinessFeed

Aspiring Entrepreneurs Get Inspired at NYC Event

July 10, 2024

“How to Leap into Entrepreneurship” panelists talk the importance of networking, using their Cornell connections and experiences and handling failure.

Johnson BusinessFeed

Dealing with a Difficult Boss: Strategies for Senior-Level Professionals

July 9, 2024

Career Corner: Do you have a challenging boss? Take a strategic approach to maintain professionalism, preserve morale, and ensure well-being.

Dyson BusinessFeed

Dirty Cooking Fuels Pose Major Threat to Infants in India

July 2, 2024

Dyson School professors Basu and Chau quantify the impact of cooking fuel choice on indoor air pollution and early childhood mortality in India.

Dyson BusinessFeed

In Memoriam: Richard T. Curtis

June 27, 2024

Richard T. Curtis, beloved senior lecturer at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, passed away June 9, 2024.

Dyson BusinessFeed

Student Launches Online Marketplace for Ski and Snowboard Gear

June 27, 2024

Dylan Seale ’25 (Dyson School) debuts an online ecosystem for entrepreneurs in the winter sportswear and gear industry.