Cathy Creighton, director of the ILR Buffalo Co-Lab, discusses the impact of the loss of pandemic-era funding on the childcare industry.
Flavio Lehner, assistant professor of Earth and atmospheric sciences, says, “The more extreme the precipitation, the bigger of a relative effect we see from climate change.”
A new study from the College of Engineering’s Fengqi You shows one day a week of remote working cuts emissions by just 2% but two or four days lowers them by up to 29%.
Adam Seth Litwin, associate professor of industrial and labor relations, is quoted in this piece about fears of technology replacing jobs.
Harry Katz, professor of collective bargaining, talks about the threat of competition that makes union negotiations different for auto workers than UPS employee and airline pilot bargaining powers.
Andrew Karolyi, dean of the SC Johnson College of Business, joins The Close to discuss the Johnson School's graduate and undergraduate programs.
Jason Judd, senior extension associate, discusses the climate response in the fashion industry.
John Moore, professor of microbiology and immunology at Weill Cornell Medicine, discusses the COVID variant BA.2.86 and the new vaccines rolling out soon.
Suzanne Shu, professor of marketing at the Dyson School, examines the psychological factors of claiming early Social Security benefits.
Holly Prigerson, professor of sociology in medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, discusses the stages of grief and prolonged grief disorder.
Eswar Prasad, professor of international trade policy and economics, answers questions about China's economy.
Kate Bronfenbrenner, senior lecturer at ILR, explains why the Biden administration does not engage in labor negotiations.