In the News

Financial Times

Eswar Prasad, professor of trade policy and economics, discusses the hesitancy to declare a win over inflation.


“What you're learning here is that employees have very few to little rights in the workplace,” says Cathy Creighton, director of the ILR Buffalo Co-Lab.

Boston Globe

Rosemary Batt, professor of women and work at ILR, says “I question how bridge financing at this point can help solve the underlying financial problems that run so deep in the system and have accumulated over many years.”


Brooke Erin Duffy, associate professor of communication, discusses influencer marketing and entrepreneurship desires from students, “There’s this sense of, ‘How am I going to learn to engage in self-branding to monetize whatever my field of expertise is?’”

The Independent

Continued coverage of the development of an electric vehicle battery that charges in five minutes, led by Lynden Archer, dean of the College of Engineering.

New York Magazine

Blair Murphy-Rose, clinical instructor of dermatology at Weill Cornell Medicine, explains what snail mucin is and how it is used.

Associated Press

Bruce Kornreich, director of the Feline Health Center, explains the benefits of spending time with animals.

El Pais

“The results in terms of public security have exceeded the wildest predictions, but the cost in terms of human rights and individual rights has been considerable,” explains Gustavo Flores-Macías, professor of government.

The New York Times

Ashim Datta, professor of engineering, notes that liquid is important to microwave cooking and says “The microwave is perfect for boiled food.”

The Washington Post

Vanessa Bohns, professor of organizational behavior, explains the downsides to not saying 'no'.


“We keep discovering new cell types that can be infected by the virus. We’re still trying to understand how it damages them. We need to keep the work ongoing, keep watching to see what happens,” says Shuibing Chen, associate professor of chemical biology in surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Associated Press

Kate Bronfenbrenner, director of labor education research at ILR, says “Union organizing gains continue to be offset by job growth in nonunion jobs and job loss in heavily unionized sectors.”