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Entrepreneurship @ Cornell to honor student business

Entrepreneurship@Cornell will award a new annual $5,000 Student Business of the Year award that recognizes commitment to develop and operate a business while pursuing an education.

Ronald Ehrenberg wins career award

The Association for the Study of Higher Education gave ILR School Professor Ronald Ehrenberg its 2013 Howard Bowen Distinguished Career Award.

Consumers want ingredient details, study shows

Food labeling - like "Contains irradiated ingredients" - should explain what warnings mean, Cornell economists recommend.

New course blends health policy and facility design

Policy Meets Design, a new course offered by the Department of Design and Environmental Analysis, gives students real-world design experience in health care facilities.

Real estate leaders gather for Cornell conference in NYC

Cornell students traveled to New York in early October to attend More than 300 students, faculty, and professionals attended the 31st annual Cornell Real Estate Conference in New York City, Oct. 10-11.

Johnson center to lead marine ecosystem group

The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise will lead a $2.3 million effort to improve economic links to marine ecosystems.

Early teacher retirement effect? Better student scores

A study of an early retirement incentive given to teachers in Illinois in the 1990s shows that although early retirement incentives lead to the replacement of experienced educators with novice teachers, they do not result in reduced student test scores.

Johnson faculty discuss new initiatives, MBA program

During a TCAM event Oct. 25, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management faculty discussed new programs and degrees to be offered.

Korean gender equality pioneer lectures, signs MOU

Sun-Uk Kim, president of Ewha Womans University in South Korea, delivered the Law School's Clarke Lecture Oct. 21 and also signed a memorandum of understanding with Cornell.