Collaboration is a good fit for wearable sensor startup

A Cornell startup is working with the Performance Apparel Design Lab to take its wearable sensor technology, which can track the movement of athletes, and use it to monitor pilots undergoing high-gravitational-force training.

Enrollment now open for Summer Session 2022

Students are invited to enroll now for Cornell’s Summer Session where they can earn up to 15 credits. Courses are offered online, on campus and around the world in three-, six- and eight-week sessions between May 31 and August 2, 2022.

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2022 Kessler Fellows reflect diversity of disciplines

The Kessler Fellows program welcomes fifteen new student entrepreneurs from across Cornell's colleges for entrepreneurship training and startup internship experience. 

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ILR creates workplace inclusion, diversity education program

The new ILR Workplace Inclusion and Diversity Education program will develop and deliver innovative teaching methods, conduct research and develop partnerships with leading organizations to help promote workplace inclusion and study approaches that foster a culture of inclusive leadership through empathy and dialogue-based interventions.

Pfizer executive describes making the impossible, possible

Pfizer Group President Angela Hwang MBA '94 and Cornell University President Martha E. Pollack discussed Hwang's leadership and Pfizer’s journey to help combat COVID-19 at the 2022 Hatfield lecture.

Working, studying in ‘off’ hours can harm motivation

Working a nontraditional schedule, and checking in at all hours of the day, night and weekends, is not necessarily beneficial for the 21st-century workforce, according to new Cornell research.

Anesthesia costs rise with corporate outsourcing

Anesthesiology prices jump significantly after medical facilities contract with corporate physician management companies – especially those backed by private equity firms – and threaten to hike patient costs, according to new research.

New 3D body-mapping tech helps consumers, the environment

The technology, developed in the Department of Human Centered Design, aims to improve the fit and design of clothing and increase the sustainability of online shopping.

ILR School tracks scope of 2021 US labor unrest

When the ILR Labor Action Tracker kicked off in early 2021, no one anticipated the pace of workplace activism that ensued. Findings include about 265 actions, such as strikes, with more actions in the South than elsewhere.