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CTI Workshops foster faculty teaching community

The workshops brought together faculty from across campus to discuss successful teaching strategies from fall courses and ways to adapt them to the challenges of spring 2021.

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New ILR courses on racial inequality offered

“Advancing Racial Equity in Organizations” and “Race and the America Labor Market in Historical Perspective” begin this semester.

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$1.5M grant to explore integrated reuse of industrial waste, CO2

A new research project will seek an integrated approach to turning sludge, dust and slag into valuable materials by improving the recovery and quality of waste products using carbon dioxide.

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Leadership lessons from 2020: Navigating the new normal

Several faculty members in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business talk about what key lessons leaders and managers can gain from the experiences of 2020 and apply to 2021 and beyond.

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Book: Thai poet uses Buddhist principles to “re-enchant” the modern world

In “Teardrops of Time: Buddhist Aesthetics in the Poetry of Angkarn Kallayanapong,” Fuhrmann places this Thai poet among the most significant of the 20th century, arguing that his poetry adapts Buddhist principles to “re-enchant,” through art, a Thailand and Southeast Asia depleted by modernization during his lifetime.

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“Shaping the Future of Work” published

A new social contract is possible if workers, business, labor, education and government work together, ILR emeritus professor Lee Dyer and Tom Kochan say in the new edition of their book.

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Biofortified foods fuel healthy microbiome, combat malnutrition

New research from Elad Tako, associate professor of food science, shows that iron and zinc in biofortified foods, such as beans and wheat, can improve the health of gut bacteria and reduce the risk of malnutrition.

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The impact of the white gaze at work

ILR Assistant Professor Courtney McCluney co-authored new research exploring the ways in which white gaze permeates organizations and is experienced by Black women in the workplace.

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3MT: Skills Valuable Beyond Degree Conferral

In the Three Minute Thesis competition, graduate students compete for monetary prizes by distilling their thesis or dissertation research into a three-minute presentation in front of a non-technical audience.

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