Diversity & Inclusion
Juneteenth gives corporate America a chance to act on pledges to fight racism following George Floyd’s killing
Dean Lynn Perry Wooten discusses Juneteenth as many companies begin to give their employees the day off or a day of reflection.
For businesses to be actively anti-racist, they have to put in the work and investment for the long-term
In a contributed piece, Professor Christopher Marquis discusses creating sustained change in business around the plague of racial injustice.
Assistant Professor Jamie Perry says matching contributions is one way companies can show their employees they know what’s going on right now.
According to Angela Noble-Grange, senior lecturer of management communication, a reason we use business speak is to build credibility.
Tyeise Huntley Jones, MBA ’10, & Adrienne Rose Martinez ’01, MBA ’08, were presented awards at the 2017 Diversity Awards Dinner.
Cornell’s entrepreneurship boot camp program trains veterans who want to start businesses in the food and beverage industry.
Duncan returned to his alma mater to celebrate the very day he found out he had received an interview for Johnson 10 years ago.
In my experience as a veteran in the Executive MBA Americas program at Cornell, Johnson is similar to the Marines in that it’s creating great leaders.