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Book Co-edited by Besky Wins Prize
Described as “an anthropology of labor that is sharply attuned to the irreversible effects of climate change, extinction, and deforestation,” book wins Society for the Anthropology of Work Book Prize.
Grant to Fund Conference on Climate Change in South Asia
A Cornell-led international team of researchers, including ILR's Sarah Besky has received a $65,000 grant from the NEH for its project, “The Next Monsoon: Climate Change and Contemporary Cultural Production in South Asia.”
Many businesses in varied industries, along with organizations such as the Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, turned to Nellie Brown for guidance on adjusting practices and policies during the pandemic.
Merrill Scholars Thank Educators Who Shaped Cornell Journeys
In a virtual ceremony, Merrill Presidential Scholars – including ILR’s Terrill Malone, Tyler Rodriguez and Leah Rosner – recognized the university faculty or staff member who most influenced their academic development. Among those honored were ILR’s Balu Balasubramaniam, Brigid Beachler, Kate Griffith and Sam Nelson.
Dean Colvin & Spencer Levy Discuss Covid and Commercial Real Estate on WORK!
Spencer Levy ’92, chairman of Americas Research and senior economic adviser for CBRE, joins Dean Alex Colvin on the latest episode of the ILR School’s podcast to discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on the world of work.