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Cornell ILR Buffalo Co-Lab Announces Mapping and Data Analysis Internship for Social Impact
The Cornell University ILR Buffalo Co-Lab has announced a $50,000 planning grant from The John R. Oishei Foundation for Cornell undergraduates.
Michael Sanchez '23 Earns Maribel Garcia Community Spirit Award
The Maribel Garcia Community Spirit Award for Remarkable Contributions to the Spirit of Humanity is given each year to a Cornell student for making a remarkable, creative specific contribution to the spirit of humanity.
NFL player performance decreases by 12% after a new contract is signed, according to research being presented at a SUNY conference. The findings suggest the importance of tailoring incentive plans for other workers.
Terrill Malone ’21 was active in the ILR Global Service Learning program in Mysore, India, the ILR/University College Dublin program, ILR’s Hopi and Navajo Mediation Engaged Learning program and the Minority ILR Student Organization.
ILR’s new class posts a yield rate of 79 percent, the highest in the school’s history. Seventy of the 164 first-year students identify as African-American, Latino or Native American, underrepresented populations in higher education.