Research: Technology is changing how companies do business

New research from Cornell SC Johnson College of Business reveals that companies that embrace digital technologies now are likely to be the ones that thrive in the future.

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ILR School’s new banner reflects its breadth

The ceremonial banner's new design reflects the ILR School's contemporary breadth, which includes labor and labor relations, human resources, business, law, government and social justice, while staying true to the school's founding principles.

New research initiative tackles pressing global development issues

CIDER unites 24 faculty across campus and the world, along with students, staff, researchers and external partners, to create and share knowledge.

Faculty Cooking Throw Down dishes up camaraderie

Teams of faculty members tested their culinary skills by preparing an entree featuring sea bass and a secret ingredient.

Trisha Beher ’25 empowers the next generation of women leaders

The newest episode of the Startup Cornell podcast features Trisha Beher ’25, founder of Women Leaders of Color at Cornell and the Art Shine Foundation.

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High status leads to increased happiness – sometimes

Attaining high-status positions generally increased one’s well-being and happiness, but only in groups that are central or relevant to a person’s identity, according to research out of the Johnson School.

Cornell Keynotes podcast: The American South braces for a huge unionization push

Andrew Wolf, a professor of global labor and work at Cornell’s ILR School, discusses the opportunities and challenges of unionization in the auto industry on the Cornell Keynotes podcast from eCornell.

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Big Red Ventures shares portfolio updates at Annual Meeting

Big Red Ventures (BRV), Cornell University’s early-stage venture capital fund run by MBAs and other graduate students, presented its portfolio and announced a new investment during the Annual Meeting on April 18 at Cornell Tech. 

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Satellite images of plants’ fluorescence can predict crop yields

Cornell researchers and collaborators have developed a new framework that allows scientists to predict crop yield without the need for enormous amounts of high-quality data – which is often scarce in developing countries, especially those facing heightened food insecurity and climate risk.