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$1.3M funds research for a kinder, more inclusive internet

The CAT Lab, led by J. Nathan Matias, assistant professor of communication in CALS, recently received nearly $1.3 million in grants to further its citizen science studies on the effects of digital technology on society.

Agarwal, Rush, Tschida, Udell win Sloan Fellowships

Four early-career faculty members have won 2021 Sloan Research Fellowships from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, which support research and education related to science, technology, mathematics and economics.

Leaders valued over managers, regardless of fit

People tend to prefer prototypical leaders even in situations that call for prototypical managers, a bias that can be tempered by deliberative thinking, according to new Cornell research.

Want to hire more women? Expand your short list

New research has found that when considering candidates for a position in a male-dominated field, individuals consistently included more women on longer “short lists.”

Star employees get most of the credit – and blame

Working with a “star” employee – someone who demonstrates exceptional performance and enjoys broad visibility relative to industry peers – offers both risks and rewards, according to new research from the ILR School.

New ILR courses on racial inequality offered

“Advancing Racial Equity in Organizations” and “Race and the America Labor Market in Historical Perspective” begin this semester.

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Prolonged immaturity an evolutionary plus for human babies

The long period of helplessness in human babies and other species, long thought to be a drain on resources, is actually an evolutionary advantage, Cornell researchers say.

Center for Social Sciences announces 2021-22 faculty fellows

As CCSS fellows, a dozen faculty members representing seven colleges and schools will pursue ambitious research projects on issues ranging from political polarization to environmental justice.

“Shaping the Future of Work” published

A new social contract is possible if workers, business, labor, education and government work together, ILR emeritus professor Lee Dyer and Tom Kochan say in the new edition of their book.

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