Investors threaten financial stability of health care providers: new study

The financial stability of providers and their ability to serve patients is being threatened by Wall Street, according to new research co-authored by ILR Professor Rose Batt.

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Coates wins 2022 Eni Award for environmental solutions in chemistry

An international honor recognizes Geoff Coates for innovations in sustainable plastics.

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Chasing carbon from trees to soils

Four undergraduates are working with a professor this summer to research how forests cycle and store carbon and nutrients in trees, microbes, and soil, and how these processes respond to changes in climate, air pollution and disturbances. 

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Harrison College Scholars explore politics, wellness, environment in summer work

From Ithaca to Hawaii to Ecuador, students in the Robert S. Harrison College Scholars Program in the College of Arts & Sciences took advantage of the summer as a time to explore their research interests.

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New employee excellence award honors sustainability service

Honoring the importance of sustainability stewardship, culture, and contributions by employees, a new "Culture of Sustainability" category has been added to the campus employee excellence awards in 2022.

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Gröhn receives national lifetime excellence award for veterinary, biomedical science research

This award recognizes a veterinary researcher on the basis of lifetime achievement in basic, applied or clinical research. Winners are selected on the total impact their career has had on the veterinary or biomedical professions.

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Research in Focus: Fishers and fish react to a changing environment

Kathryn Fiorella seeks to ensure the health of fisheries by taking into account the nutritional and livelihood needs of the people who depend on them.

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Johnson Summer Startup Accelerator takes NYC

Student entrepreneurs in the Johnson Summer Startup Accelerator gathered in Manhattan for the first annual JSSA New York City Trek, a day dedicated to engaging with NYC-based investors, founders, and entrepreneurs. 

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Fighting for worker rights takes psychological toll

New ILR research shows that individual workers who file claims over workplace rights violations suffer emotionally. 

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