MEDIA ALERT: Experts available on the UAW strike

Cornell labor experts are available to discuss multiple aspects of the United Auto Workers contract dispute as well as implications going forward.

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Expert Quotes

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NYS agencies are encouraging hunters to choose non-lead ammunition to benefit both wild animals and humans, with help from Cornell communication and wildlife experts.

In The News

The Atlantic

Richard Friedman, professor of clinical psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine, wonders if a Trump reelection will result in “learned helplessness on a population-level scale.”

Marketplace

Alex Susskind, professor of food and beverage management, discusses the labor effort involved in implementing new restaurant concepts.

New Atlas

Coverage of a new technique to implant a thread-like device containing islet cells developed by Minglin Ma, professor of biology and civil engineering.

National Geographic

Iliyan Iliev, associate professor of immunology in medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, discusses research that suggests gut fungi may cause inflammation in the lungs after a severe COVID-19 infection.

The New York Times

John August, program director at the Scheinman Institute, discusses why more doctors and pharmacists are becoming interested in unionizing.

Huffington Post

Johnnie Kallas, Ph.D. candidate at ILR, discusses the rise of unionizing.