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Staying Safe amid an Evolving COVID-19 Landscape

The Dyson community, and the larger Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, is unified with the university regarding COVID-19 guidelines. Stay up-to-date on how all of us on campus can continue to keep each other safe by reviewing and following the latest guidelines.

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Jinha Zhao David J. Nolan Dean of the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

Jinhua Zhao Named New Dean of Dyson School

Jinhua Zhao has been named the David J. Nolan Dean of the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, beginning his appointment July 1.

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Black lives matter. A message from our college

Dyson's Commitment to Antiracism

Dyson joined college leadership in outlining preliminary action steps across the areas of measurement and accountability; representation; curriculum; culture, community, and support; and research and external impact.

Learn More About Our Action Plan


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

Dyson BusinessFeed News & Features

A female professor addresses a group in a lecture hall.
August 4, 2022

Climate finance takes center stage at ESG Investing Research Conference

Researchers and practitioners examined efforts to fund the abatement of biodiversity loss at the Cornell ESG Investing Research Conference.

Surreal painting of the back of a man standing at the threshold of a huge doorway or opening shaped like the outline of a head, looking out on a green, pastoral landscape, implying a sustainable future.
July 20, 2022

New Research Theme to Solidify SC Johnson College as a Leader in Sustainability

The Business of Sustainability research theme will facilitate collaboration, program coordination, and curriculum across the college’s three schools.

aerial view of the Cornell Campus and Cayuga Lake in the summer
July 14, 2022

Cornell SC Johnson College of Business Hosts ESG Investing Conference

The conference is timely given that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has two new proposed rules targeting ESG investing.