Hospital executive Reginald M. Ballantyne III, MBA '67, discussed his ideas for health care reform at the Sloan Program in Health Administration's alumni weekend May 4.
At a May 10 open studio, Cornell Tech's seven-member beta class offered a glimpse of graduate high-tech education reinvented.
Members of Cornell NYC Tech's inaugural class were all attracted to the program's startup feel, and they all wanted to take part in a trailblazing master's degree program.
Diversity MBA Prep, an online community that brings together women and minorities interested in pursuing MBA degrees, recognized Johnson for diversity in recruitment practices.
Cornell Dining helped Martin Andonov '13 refine his ideas for fast-food, high-quality Mediterranean offerings. Andonov, who won $15,000 for his concept, will launch a London eatery after graduation.
Adapt-N, a free Web-based tool, provides farmers with better estimates of nitrogen fertilizer needs for corn, in real time, throughout the season, saving money and the environment.
Neal Gottlieb '99, founder of Three Twins Ice Cream, donated his wares for the College of Human Ecology’s Ice Cream in the Courtyard event May 2.
The Cornell International Summit: Hospitality, Real Estate and the Built Environment, in Shanghai April 20, attracted 275 Cornellians and friends to discuss the state of China's hospitality and commercial real estate markets.
The sixth Cornell Asia-Pacific Leadership Conference, held April 19-21 in Shanghai, drew record-high attendance of nearly 100 Cornell alumni, parents, friends and faculty members.