Sandi Mulconry is founder and principal of Group M Communications, a public relations consultancy in Skaneateles, NY, that serves institutions of higher education and the travel/tourism sector. Before founding Group M Communications in 2005, she held a variety of communications posts at Syracuse University, her alma mater, and served seven years as associate vice president for university communications.
To save their back yard, they built a town
Hotelie Garnie Nygren ’05 discusses the inspiration and vision for Serenbe, a model built environment that she is helping to create in the woods southwest of Atlanta.
A spa-tacular learning experience with Inns of Aurora
The Inns of Aurora is moving ahead with plans to develop a destination spa. And they’re involving students from the Hotel School in the process.
Uma Lele, “a leader in the world of economic development,” receives Dyson’s Wharton Award
To the many significant honors and awards she has accrued in her career, Uma Lele recently added one from the Dyson School, the Clifton R. Wharton Jr. Emerging Markets Award.
Looking addiction straight in the eye—and treating it with science and empathy
Through Shatterproof, the national organization that Gary Mendell ’79 founded to change how addiction is perceived, prevented, and treated, his son Brian is continuing to help others years after his death in 2011 at the age of 25.
Cheryl Stanley’s winning ways with wine
Four years after taking over the legendary Introduction to Wines course, Stanley has won deep admiration, respect, and affection from many (many) hundreds of Cornellians.
Societal Solutions Scholars are bettering the world, one grant at a time
Dyson’s Societal Solutions (S2) Scholars Program allows students to follow their passions, refine their career goals, and help create a better world.