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Do People Regret Their Unhealthy Behaviors?

Regret you feel before you indulge may be higher than what you’ll feel afterwards, according to new research by Manoj Thomas and Helen Chun.

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Reducing the “invisible burden” of overtourism

As global tourism grows, the tolls on infrastructure threaten natural and cultural icons reports the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise.

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The yin and yang of social activism

Social activists boost social entrepreneurs’ success but provoke “green hush” among established companies, according to research by Professor Wesley Sine.

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The character of conscience

You can help yourself to act virtuously in your personal and professional life by acknowledging that you are vulnerable to mistakes in moral judgement.

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How Chinese citizens’ activism curbs pollution

Research by Professor Christopher Marquis finds that, in China, civil protests are more effective than petitions in bringing about environmental reform.

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Think alike? Swipe right.

Innovation flourishes when corporations with similar cultures merge.

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Getting To Green

Glen Dowell, associate professor of management and organizations at Johnson, focuses his research on corporate sustainability.

The Power of Intrinsic Rewards
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The Power of Intrinsic Rewards

Having trouble sticking to your goals? Research by Kaitlin Woolley finds that focusing on what feels good about new habits helps you to stay the course.

A true spirit of inclusiveness
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A true spirit of inclusiveness

When Ezra Cornell was inspired to found our university for “… any person …. any study,” he meant everyone — women and minorities alike.