Employing tradeoffs for more realistic COVID messaging

Johnson associate professor Ori Heffetz and a colleague conducted experiments in three countries to gauge the public’s perception of relative risk factors of different public health behaviors amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

New Sustainable Tourism program charts course for travel’s future

The virtual Sustainable Tourism Destination Management course seeks to educate and build cooperation at the regional level to protect environmental, social, and cultural heritage while facilitating inclusive community processes. 

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Any person, any venture: Seeking to diversify entrepreneurial community

The newest member of the Cornell’s entrepreneurial community is already working with students to expand opportunities for involvement.

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Creating tech to improve workplace diversity, inclusion

Translator, founded by Natalie Egan ’02 (she/her) is the next guest on the Startup Cornell podcast.

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Entrepreneurship program emboldens spice startup founder

Abena Foli founded POKS Spices in 2016 to bring flavors from West Africa into American home kitchens. In 2021, she became one of the 60,000 women to participate in the certificate program offered by the Bank of America Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell, which is managed by the Cornell Law School and powered by eCornell.

ILR School’s Climate Jobs Institute launches in New York City

Building off years of partnership with New York and national labor leaders to foster high-quality, climate-friendly employment that advances equity, the ILR School Climate Jobs Institute is launching Jan. 25 in New York City.

Bluemercury founder Barry J. Beck named Entrepreneur of the Year

Beck '90 co-founded and served as the chief operating officer of Bluemercury, the nationwide luxury beauty brand that was acquired by Macy’s in 2015.

The Wardrobe provides attire for ‘any student, any opportunity’

Hundreds of students borrow professional clothes from the Wardrobe each semester, for reasons ranging from convenience to financial need.

Eleven eLab teams advance to spring semester

Of the 28 teams that eLab welcomed in the fall, 11 student startups will continue on to the spring semester. To allow a wider net to be cast in identifying which businesses show the most promise, eLab’s structure took a new form in 2022-23.

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