Alumnus Alan Rosen ’91 shared his journey at the helm of one of the most delicious operations in the country—Junior’s, a restaurant company famed, increasingly widely, for its cheesecake.
Studying accounting is akin to what students learn in linguistics class, says Michael Paz; but instead of developing a proficiency in a foreign tongue, accounting makes one fluent in the most familiar language on earth: business.
Cornell’s Institute for the Social Sciences (ISS) announces its 2018-19 cohort of 15 faculty fellows, offering a dream semester to the university’s most promising young social scientists.
The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business has launched a new minor in entrepreneurship and innovation open to undergraduates majoring in any field at any college or school at Cornell.
Five of eLab’s 15 chosen 2017–2018 startups were founded by teams with students from schools within the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.