The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, in Catherwood Library, recently digitized the anti-union files donated by former HR executive Leonard C. Scott, who specialized in combatting labor unions.
Marketing strategies that boost feelings of psychological ownership can increase people's willingness to clean up trash, donate money and volunteer at public parks, according to research co-authored by Suzanne Shu, professor of marketing.
Student startup accelerator eLab has selected 21 teams of student-entrepreneurs for its 2020-21 cohort. The rigorous for-credit program assists startups with evolving their business models and readying them for launch.
Cornell’s network of business incubators and accelerators have developed into a growing and robust entrepreneurial engine nurtured with resources, training and mentorship that help faculty, research staff and graduate students launch marketable ideas and technologies.
By helping students think like entrepreneurs, programs like the Commercialization Fellows program in the College of Engineering can add another crucial level of practical knowledge to graduate student training.
Potential entrepreneurs looking to commercialize their inventions, applications of their research, or Cornell technologies have multiple paths and resources available to them across the university’s campuses.
Cornell’s incubator directors often work with aspiring entrepreneurs to assist them in applying to programs; they also may advise them on developing a plan, finding resources and growing their potential business, helping them take further advantage of the plethora of startup resources across Cornell’s campuses.