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Academic Programs in Applied Economics and Management


Why Dyson?

Grace Zhao

The size of the business program is small and class sizes are small, so this makes for a very individualized learning experience. It also allows students to know most of the students in their class year...

Grace Zhao ’18
Sam Kaner

Dyson sets you up to work with and meet all of these incredible people. Lifelong friends and connections are made. There is a sense of community within Dyson.

Sam Kaner ’16
Madison Madrid

Dyson is great because we are accepted into the program as a group, not as individuals. We have an atmosphere where everyone wants each other to succeed, which is why I love Dyson.

Madison Madrid ’17

Faculty Passion Pitch

Prof. Miguel Gómez on his work with a multidisciplinary team to develop a competitive, year-round East Coast broccoli industry.


Dyson BusinessFeed News & Features

Empower initiative logo, two hands shaking
July 31, 2020

New student-led initiative makes connections, supports Black-owned businesses

Empower, founded by Dyson’s Arianna Kohilakis ’22, identifies project opportunities and pairs Black-owned businesses with Cornell undergraduate volunteers.

She Has a Deal finalists Nancy Guzman, Marlene Reyes, Joanne Angbazo, Kristen Collins, and Lera Covington
July 28, 2020

SHA, Johnson teams both make finals of She Has a Deal pitch competition

The teams are among five nationally who will compete for $50,000 in deal equity in the women-only real estate competition in October.

portrait of Ed McLaughlin
July 17, 2020

Interim Dean Ed McLaughlin returns to lead Dyson at a critical point in time

Ed McLaughlin once again became the interim David J. Nolan Dean of the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management on July 1.