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Dyson hosts symposium in honor of late professor Gregory Poe

Students, faculty, and staff from across the university came together in April for a special symposium in celebration of the life and professional contributions of Gregory Poe.

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Dyson community celebrates students, faculty, and staff at awards ceremony

Students, faculty, and staff gathered on Friday, April 27, 2018, for an awards ceremony in recognition of some of the many excellent contributions during the 2017–2018 academic year.

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Quick Q & A: Jawad Addoum

Father, basketball fan, and passionate about finance—learn a little more about Jawad Addoum, assistant professor of finance at the Dyson School.

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Johnson alumni: Work with faculty to advance behavioral research

New behavioral research initiative will bring alumni together with Johnson’s stellar behavioral faculty to engage in research into the mechanisms of decision making.

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International Women’s Day: Our best advice for women MBAs and business leaders

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we asked our faculty and program directors to share their best advice and words of wisdom for Johnson’s women MBAs.

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Three things Cornell’s entrepreneurial spirit taught me

It is sometimes said that an MBA cannot do anything for an entrepreneur. Over my last two semesters at Johnson, I have found this proven wrong every day that I spent in class.

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Quick Q & A: Arnab Basu

Soccer aficionado, development and labor economics expert, and early career journalist in India—learn a little more about Arnab Basu, professor at the Dyson School.

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Research Recap: How cooperatives may be able to bring broadband infrastructure to rural communities

Research by Dyson’s Todd Schmit and Roberta Severson surveys the economic landscape of broadband markets across rural northern New York.

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Noteworthy: Hotel School’s Michael Paz featured in YesCollege.com accounting podcast

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.