Creating a remote sensor to detect health troubles

The device could be particularly helpful for patients with geriatric heart failure and other serious conditions.

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First-gen students, alumni connect in mentorship program

The new Accelerator Scholars Program in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business connects first-generation Dyson and Nolan freshmen and sophomores with student and industry mentors.

Students from 29 campuses join forces for health hackathon

Teams addressed the weekend’s patient safety challenges related to medication, patient care, procedures/surgery, infection and diagnostic error.

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Promoting thank-you gifts can boost charitable donations

Researchers from the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business found that for some charitable donors, the extra incentive of a gift is an important lever for opening pocketbooks, and advertising it prominently can help charities increase giving.

Many firms prefer ready-made AI software, with a few tweaks

Many firms are opting for ready-made AI technology that can be tailored to the specific needs of the firm, according to a research team that included Chris Forman, professor in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.

Higher NYS minimum wage would boost spending, create jobs

Raising New York state’s minimum hourly wage to $21.25, as proposed in the NYS Raise the Wage Act currently before the state Legislature, would help nearly two-thirds of workers earn a living wage, according to data from the Cornell ILR Wage Atlas.

Unraveling the pursuit of entrepreneurship in the fashion industry

New research from Cornell SC Johnson College of Business unravels the organizational and social dynamics influencing entrepreneurship in the fashion industry.

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Stand by your group: Loyalty can blur ethics line

Calling for loyalty to a group, rather than to an individual, was more effective in eliciting followers’ compliance with unethical requests, Johnson School researcher Angus Hildreth found.

Cornell launches new general counsel executive education program

Cornell Law School and Cornell Tech will host the General Counsel Summit, an executive education program for senior in-house attorneys and corporate leaders, on June 20 and 21, 2024, at Cornell Tech.

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