From Food Network to his kitchen, student crafts better butter

Jonah Gershon ’24, a winner of $20,000 in the inaugural Northeastern Dairy Product Innovation Competition, and a past contestant on the Food Network, is spending the summer working on his idea for Spekld, a form of brown butter that could be purchased in a stick, similar to traditional butter.

Spring freeze: Cornell helps vintners recover growing season

Following a mid-May freeze, two Cornell viticulture experts are advising grape growers in New York on how to rescue their season, as vineyards now face a reduced crop and economic loss.

Cornell debuts biotech, pharma management program

A new biotech and pharmaceutical management program offered through the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy will allow students to explore industry trends and cutting edge research with a cohort of peers, executives and renowned faculty from the university.  

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Nolan School graduate champions global social change

Brian Kaufman leverages his learning from the Cornell Nolan School of Hotel Administration in managing Blackstone's hospitality assets. His leadership of social change initiatives is adding new dimensions to his career.

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Students donate handmade canoe to Haudenosaunee youth

On May 7, Cornell students presented a handmade canoe to Hickory Edwards, Onondaga Nation Turtle Clan member and founder of the Haudenosaunee Canoe Journey, a program that guides Indigenous youth through ancestral waterways in upstate New York. 

Upstate 2.0 wins $1M NSF award to transform economy

A $1M award will support Upstate 2.0, which aims to grow the regional economy in upstate New York while helping to realize the state and nation’s goal of a net-zero carbon economy.

Alum’s software helps teachers know what’s working in the classroom

The next episode of Startup Cornell features Nona Ullman ‘88, an entrepreneur creating software to help teachers.

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Commercialization Fellows assess innovations’ potential

Mehrnaz Sabet, Mokshin Suri and Ruben Trujillo make up the latest cohort of the Cornell Engineering Commercialization Fellowship, a program that helps researchers evaluate their technology through a business lens.

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New Cornell certificate emphasizes dialogue in DEI

Dialogue for Change, a new Cornell certificate program, provides a fresh approach to DEI for team managers and supervisors, executives and all employees interested in building equitable cultures.

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