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Cornell Dyson 7h
Professor Gómez estimates that only about 8-12% of the Colombian beans grown today are ☕️
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Cornell Dyson 8h
students in the SMART program were challenged to investigate how Cau Chocolates could upgrade its offerings and provide value-added products in rural
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Cornell Dyson 10h
Happy Move-In, Cornellians 🐻 We hope to see you at the Open House! Stop by the Warren Hall Lobby outside B25 until 2pm to meet various faculty and staff members and grab a snack
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Cornell Dyson 11h
Retiring faculty members Grossman, McLaughlin, and Streeter reflected on their extraordinary careers
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Cornell Dyson 23h
“The of Poverty Traps,” co-edited by Professor , highlights cutting-edge on the mechanisms that keep people entrenched in poverty
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Cornell Dyson Aug 22
it back to orientation in 2000 🎒 We can't wait for Move-In and orientation activities to start tomorrow! Use and to share your memories throughout the week and the year ❤️
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#CornellFamBiz Aug 22
We welcome to Cornell. Daniela is one of our Scholars, and has been active in many of our programs already, including the "Women, Leadership and their Family's Business" Roundtable. Daniela joins as an Assistant Professor of Strategy.
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Cornell Dyson Aug 22
“One reoccurring theme throughout the trek was the importance of leaving your comfort zone in order to learn and grow as a person." —Arin Sheehan, '22
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Cornell Dyson Aug 21
The team aims to take a whole-system, sustainable-model approach that integrates food safety and economic analysis.
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Andrea Poag Aug 21
Spending the day finalizing our orientation and it a mix of excitement and anxiety - I think this is exactly how our students must feel! Move-in starts in two days!!!
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Cornell Dyson Aug 21
At Dyson, we immerse out students in unparalleled learning experience, both inside and outside the classroom.
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Cornell Dyson Aug 21
Professor spoke about her research on measuring the societal costs of water pollution at an and event
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Cornell Dyson Aug 20
Research from showed that subsidizing production, rather than investment in wind farms, tended to be more cost-effective for the government and produced more electricity.
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TCI Aug 20
Exciting news! OUR BOOK HAS 10,000 DOWNLOADS!!! In less than 4 months, our book "Transforming for a Rising " has really been making waves. 🌊🌊🌊 🙏Thanks to all who have been reading, engaging & sharing this book. 🙏 🆓
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Cornell Dyson Aug 20
"Working at a $25bn credit manager, I was able to execute over 20 deals across a variety of industries. Everyone was super supportive and helped me grow as a financial analyst and as a person. "—Tim Luang, '20, Investment Research Intern at CIFC Asset Management
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Cornell Dyson Aug 20
In Ballito, , students in the SMART program developed effective market growth strategies for Cappeny Estates to scale existing products and services while tapping new ones
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Calum Turvey Aug 19
A good start to 2nd day of Choice Experiments in Jiangsu China. Led by 3 excellent MS students and a team from Nanjing Agricultural University via prof ZHOU Li. 5 from 10 from NAU. 1. Does Risk Balancing hold? 2. Reciprocity 3. Obj/subj risk and insurance
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Cornell Dyson Aug 19
Social entrepreneur , MS '13, is using ride-sharing technology to fight poverty and scarcity in Africa’s remote rural communities.
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Cornell Dyson Aug 19
. spoke with Dean to find out about the challenges she faced as dean, changes she’s seen in the industry, and what more business students can do to help their careers.
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Cornell Dyson Aug 19
“Inequality is a dominant issue of our time, no question about it. Our college of business has skills and perspectives that can address this issue directly.” —Professor Kanbur
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