BS in Hotel Administration

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CREF’s annual WX panel discussion covers corporate culture and career advice

This year’s WX panel discussion, hosted by CREF and Cornell REW, featured an all-female panel of distinguished executives in the real estate industry.

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Student takeaways from the 2019 HR in Hospitality Conference in Las Vegas

Taylor Hardy ’19 recaps her experience at the 13th annual HR in Hospitality Conference, hosted by CIHLER.

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Student hospitality startups win $37.5K at competition

Five student teams pitched their hospitality-oriented startups at the ninth annual Cornell Hospitality Business Plan Competition.

Myron Spikes
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Cornell’s ‘positive energy’ is just what Myron Spikes ’22 was looking for

The first in his family to attend college directly after high school, Myron has always held onto an unyielding determination to excel and earn a degree.

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“Finding Synergy” at the 94th Annual Hotel Ezra Cornell

Hotel Ezra Cornell, an annual SHA tradition and entirely student-run event, hosted its 94th gathering in 2019. The Board of Directors shares reflections.

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2019 Best & Brightest: Marissa Block, Cornell University

Marissa Block, SHA ’19, has been named one of the Best & Brightest Business Majors by Poets & Quants. After graduation, Block will join ZS Associates as a hospitality insights and strategy consultant.

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Noteworthy: Dean Walsh says SHA selects students who exemplify “the essence of service”

Dean Kate Walsh offers her insights into why Hotelies and hospitality leadership go hand-in-hand in an interview with Today’s Hotelier.

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Students attend 2019 National Farmers Union College Conference on Cooperatives

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

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A wanderer at heart, Andrea Bonds ’20 finds her home as a Hotelie

Andrea Bonds earned money for college by playing her flute as a street performer. Now she’s focused on hospitality entrepreneurship at her dream school.