News — Business for a Better World
Being a new student can be overwhelming—but there are so many good things to come. Current Dyson students and alumni offer their best advice for the incoming class.
In a series of articles with farmdoc Daily, Jennifer Ifft, assistant professor, and colleagues report on changes to financing in agribusiness.
We all want to be successful and that looks different for everyone. Something that touches us across industries is sustainable business practices.
Eswar Prasad, Nandlal P. Tolani Senior Professor of International Trade Policy at the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, on how technology could impact the future of banking.
During Cornell’s 150th Commencement I had the honor and privilege of addressing the Class of 2018 at the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management graduate recognition ceremony.
From launching a biotechnology investment firm to founding a pharmaceutical startup, four entrepreneurs discussed how they forged careers that combine their passion for the life sciences and business.
To the many significant honors and awards she has accrued in her career, Uma Lele recently added one from the Dyson School, the Clifton R. Wharton Jr. Emerging Markets Award.
Graduates of the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management were celebrated at the Dyson Graduate Recognition Ceremony and reception on Saturday, May 26. Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
Scott Yonker knows a thing or two about the finance industry. His research, however, isn't about where the money flows within markets. Instead, he's interested in better understanding why corporate finance managers behave the way they do.
Students, faculty, and staff from across the university came together in April for a special symposium in celebration of the life and professional contributions of Gregory Poe.
A recently published paper reveals the farm cost of implementing antibiotic-free dairy production and its potential financial and social impacts.
Serial entrepreneur Shelly Porges ’74, MPS ’77, has followed one guiding principle throughout her successful career: If you become a lifelong learner, opportunities will come your way.
Celebrating its fifth anniversary, the Tata-Cornell Institute for Agriculture and Nutrition (TCI) highlighted its community-based fieldwork, where graduate students work towards uncovering failures in food systems and empowering communities to solve them.
This year I’ve been one of the lucky graduate students to participate in GRASSHOPR, which provides a way for Cornell graduate students to share their knowledge with local grade schoolers.
Students, faculty, and staff gathered on Friday, April 27, 2018, for an awards ceremony in recognition of some of the many excellent contributions during the 2017–2018 academic year.
According to Robert Karpman, MD, MBA, and director of the Dyson Business Minor for Life Sciences Majors, if you’re planning on a career in medicine, there is one subject you need to study on top of anatomy, biochemistry, and physics—business.
Shanjun Li, professor of economics and policy at the Dyson School, contextualizes technological advancements of Chinese domestic automakers and its relation to the recent announcement by the Chinese government.
Steven Kyle, associate professor at the Dyson School, speaks to CGTN America about President Donald Trump's economic policies.
Michael Lee, Dyson '11, is a rising star at financial advisory firm HKS Capital Partners. Read more about what makes this Cornelian an up-and-comer worth keeping an eye on, according to Real Estate Weekly.
Dyson alumna Lisa Levey '86 analyzes the findings from McKinsey and Lean In's 2017 annual Women in the Workplace report, writing as a guest contributor for The Glass Hammer.