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Women in Leadership program enrolls 1,000 students

eCornell’s Women in Leadership certificate program has enrolled 1,000 students since it launched in January 2017.


New York vintners urged to pop their corks at annual wine event

New York has the unique soil and climate conditions to establish itself as a significant presence in the market for sparkling wine, experts said at B.E.V. NY, Cornell’s annual outreach event for the wine industry.

New York City events honor Triangle fire victims, focus on new activists

“Triangle Fire: See You in the Streets" a commemoration of the Triangle Factory fire tragedy, will be held March 26 at the Center for Jewish History in Manhattan.

Teaching online sharpens instruction in the classroom

Faculty members who have created online courses with eCornell say the process improved the way they think about and organize material in their classes on campus.

Yeast research aims to reduce stress for New York wineries

Food science professor Patrick Gibney is researching stressed-out yeast, which poses difficult production problems for the wine industry.

Business faculty weigh the promise, pitfalls of technology

Three Cornell SC Johnson College of Business professors offered their thoughts on the value of technology during a Jan. 18 alumni event in San Francisco.

A homegrown business with billion-dollar ambitions

Hotel School alumnus Alan Rosen ’91 shared his journey at the helm of one of the most delicious operations in the country – Junior’s, a restaurant chain famous for its cheesecake.

Two alumnae named 2019 Schwarzman scholars

An-Chi “Angela” Dai ’15 and Kelly McClure ’16 have been selected to join the third class of Schwarzman Scholars, a program that sends young leaders to Beijing for a year of master’s degree study.

Interested in social entrepreneurship? Become a 'change-maker'

Cornell delegates to the Clinton Global Initiative University presented their commitments to action at a pitch competition Jan. 31.