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Aaron Holiday, MBA '12, is Kauffman fellow finalist

As one of 30 Kauffman fellow finalists selected this year, Aaron Holiday, MBA '12, will aim to work for two years for a leading venture capital firm. (April 11, 2012)

Aetna CEO: Technology can improve health care system

Mark Bertolini, MBA '84, chairman, CEO and president of Aetna Inc., said technology was key to making the health care system easier to use and affordable in the 2012 Durland Lecture April 5. (April 11, 2012)

Randi Weingarten '80 is keynote speaker at Union Days

Randi Weingarten '80, leader of 1.5 million members of the American Federation of Teachers, speaks on campus April 12 as part of the ILR School's Union Days. (April 11, 2012)

Farmers into fungi can reap forest rewards

Agroforestry experts are encouraging farmers to get into fungi, particularly shiitake and lion's mane mushrooms. Camp Mushroom at the Arnot Teaching and Research Forest, April 13-14, will show them how.

Matthiessen to address big oil, climate change refugees

Author Peter Matthiessen will present the 2012 Iscol Distinguished Environmental Lecture on 'Big Oil and Our First Climate Change Refugees,' April 23 at 4:30 p.m. in Statler Auditorium. (April 10, 2012)

'PULSE' throbs with entrepreneurial activity

PULSE, a showcase of student-run startups, was held April 7 in Sage Atrium. After that event, students were invited to the grand opening of PopShop, a co-working space at 206B Dryden Road. (April 9, 2012)

Combat makes for gun-shy investors, study says

A study finds that veterans who have experienced battle choose less risky - and therefore less profitable - investments than peers who have no combat experience. (April 9, 2012)

Dolgin '81 wins ILR's Alpern Award

Television sports executive Tracy Dolgin '81 received the ILR School's Alpern Award for his success outside the field of industrial and labor relations. (April 4, 2012)

Speaker says to keep pressure on Fair Labor Association

A corporate sustainability advocate speaking on campus urged students to keep pressure on a Cornell-affiliated watchdog group that investigates labor abuses. (April 4, 2012)