New fellowship to bolster innovation in clean technology

The Green Technology Innovation Fellowship will prepare participants to launch their own startups or serve as leaders in the global transition to clean energy and technology.

Hotel Ezra Cornell 98 set for April 20-22

Equity and sustainability will be front and center for the 98th annual Hotel Ezra Cornell, the student-run hospitality business conference for industry leaders and members of the Cornell community from across the globe.

BioEntrepreneurship Initiative fosters entrepreneurial community

Members of the Cornell entrepreneurial community gathered to celebrate a successful first year of the BioEntrepreneurship Initiative at the program’s culminating workshop on March 18 in Midtown Manhattan.

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Some advice for life from Barry Beck '90, Cornell’s Entrepreneur of the Year

The latest Startup Cornell podcast features Barry Beck '90, who will be honored on campus April 13-14 as this year's Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year.

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Former director at the SC Johnson College of Business discusses his summer business course in NYC

This summer, students can explore business management in the center of global business by taking The Business World in New York City, offered by Cornell’s School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions. This popular three-credit foundation course runs May 30 through June 16, 2023, on the Cornell University ILR NYC Campus on Lexington Avenue.

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P&G CEO Jon Moeller ’86: ‘Constructive disruption’ creates value

During the 2023 Durland Lecture Moeller said Procter & Gamble boosted its organic sales after a sweeping organizational restructuring that significantly changed its portfolio and structure.

Applications open for fifth annual Grow-NY competition

Innovative agribusinesses are encouraged to apply through June 15 for the fifth iteration of the Grow-NY food and agriculture business competition, which will award a total of $3 million in prizes.

Remember me? Gender, race may make you forgettable

Systemic biases in the way we remember people could influence social networks important to career advancement, new economics research finds.

Entrepreneurship celebration recognizes Cornellian startups

Statler Hall will fill with hundreds of Cornell students, faculty and alumni April 13-14 for the Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration, an annual event for the entrepreneurial community that recognizes Cornellian startup successes.