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Gene editing, brand acquisition, neural dust: Kessler Fellows devote summer to startups

While some returning students left behind long days at the beach and summer barbeques, the student entrepreneurs in the 2021 cohort of the Kessler Fellows program returned having completed 10-week internships with startups around the nation.

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Registration opens for online Winter Session 2022

Registration is now open for Cornell's Winter Session 2022. You can choose from a wide range of online courses taught by Cornell faculty during the three-week period from Jan. 3-21. Enrollment is open to anyone interested in taking a class—from undergrads and high school students to alumni and any motivated adult.

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Structured management protocols help firms thrive

New research from Daniela Scur in Dyson finds that companies with a culture of highly structured management practices were able to attract and keep top workers, and companies with structured operations practices attracted top-flight managers.

WIN Conference aims to boost representation of women in investing

The Undergraduate Women in Investing Conference aims to educate undergraduate women about career options in investment management and facilitate recruiting, networking opportunities with sponsoring firms.

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Students recount life-changing CCE internships

Their projects served communities across New York, from improving soil at community farms in New York City to developing an anti-racism curriculum for Hudson Valley teens.

New moral psychology minor takes on challenging questions

Students across the university can now minor in the growing field of moral psychology, with faculty recently approving the new area of study.

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eLab introduces newest cohort of student startups

Following a competitive application process, eLab announced the 20 student teams selected for participation in the 2021-22 cohort.

Women indirectly hurt more by noncompete pacts

There are no references to gender in a typical noncompete agreement, but they still have a more deleterious effect on women entrepreneurs than they do on men, according to Dyson professor Matt Marx.

Prasad examines implications of digital currencies in new book

In his newest book, Cornell economist Eswar Prasad details how accelerating financial change – including the rise of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin – will transform economies for better and worse.