Through teaching, research and outreach, ILR generates and shares knowledge to solve human problems, manage and resolve conflict, establish best practices in the workplace and inform government policy.
Professors Share Future
Ronald G. Ehrenberg waited five years for a kidney transplant. He never dreamed the donation would come from an ILR School faculty colleague.
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.
ILR faculty members Verónica Martínez-Matsuda and Kate Griffith are among Cornellians engaged with partners to improve the lives of farmworkers, a hidden community of more than 50,000 laborers essential to the state’s agricultural industry.
Teaching About Tech Change and the Future of Work: Litwin Outlines His Approach
In ILR’s TΔ@W course, students learn how technologies can benefit many. It’s knowledge they can deploy as they become managers, policymakers, professionals, parents, teachers and workers, Litwin writes in an Aspen Institute blog post.